Funded Research

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HuBMAP Integration, Visualization & Engagement (HIVE) Collaboratory
RFA-RM-18-001

Funded ProjectPI NameInstitute
Comprehensive, Flexible, and Fair Tools for the HuBMAP HIVEZiv Bar-JosephCarnegie-Mellon University
Benedict PatenUniversity of California, Santa Cruz
Sarah TeichmannWellcome Sanger Institute
Comprehensive Reference Map Construction, Geolocation and Data Integration for HuBMAP HIVERahul SatijaNew York Genome Center
John MarioniEuropean Bioinformatics Institute
Flexible Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure for Seamless Management of HuBMAP ResourcesPhil BloodPittsburgh Supercomputing Center
Jonathan SilversteinUniversity of Pittsburgh
HuBMAP HIVE Tools ComponentNils GehlenborgHarvard Medical School
The Human Body Atlas: High-Resolution, Functional Mapping of Voxel, Vector, and Meta DatasetsKaty BörnerIndiana University Bloomington


Tissue Mapping Centers (TMC)

Funded ProjectPI NameInstitution
RFA-RM-17-027
A 3D Tissue Map of the Human Lymphatic SystemMark AtkinsonUniversity of Florida
Bernd BodenmillerUniversity of Zurich
Harry NickUniversity of Florida
A Spatially Resolved Molecular Atlas of Human EndotheliumLong CaiCalifornia Institute of Technology
Jay ShendureUniversity of Washington
Cole TrapnellUniversity of Washington
KULMAP: Human Kidney, Urinary Tract, and Lung Mapping CenterKun ZhangUniversity of California, San Diego
James HagoodUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Sanjay JainWashington University School of Medicine
Peter KharchenkoHarvard Medical School
Xin SunUniversity of California, San Diego
Stanford Tissue Mapping CenterMichael SnyderStanford University
Garry NolanStanford University
Vanderbilt University Biomolecular Multimodal Imaging Center for 3-Dimensional Tissue MappingRichard CaprioliVanderbilt University
Jeffrey SpragginsVanderbilt University
RFA-RM-20-02
Multi-omic 3D tissue maps for a Human BioMolecular AtlasCharles AnsongPacific Northwest National Laboratories
Wei-Jun QianPacific Northwest National Laboratories
Clayton MathewsUniversity of Florida
James CarsonTexas Advanced Computing Center
Penn Center for Multi-scale Molecular Mapping of the Female Reproductive SystemJunhyong KimUniversity of Pennsylvania
Kathleen ONeillUniversity of Pennsylvania
Female Reproductive Tissue Mapping CenterLouise LaurentUniversity of California, San Diego
High resolution 3D mapping of cellular heterogeneity within multiple types of mineralized tissuesDavid RoweUniversity of Connecticut
Peter MayeUniversity of Connecticut
Dong-Guk ShinUniversity of Connecticut
Biomolecular Multimodal Imaging Center: 3-Dimensional Tissue Mapping of the Human Pancreas and EyeJeffrey SpragginsVanderbilt University
Richard CaprioliVanderbilt University
Alvin PowersVanderbilt University Medical Center
Kevin ScheyVanderbilt University
Center for Developmental Mapping of Heart and Bone TissuesKai TanChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
Liming PeiChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
Kathrin BerntChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia


Transformative Technology Development (TTD)

Funded ProjectPI NameInstitution
RFA-RM-17-027
High-Throughput, Highly Multiplexed In Situ Proteomic Imaging of Human TissuesPeng YinHarvard University
In Situ Transcriptome Profiling in Single CellsLong CaiCalifornia Institute of Technology
Guo-Cheng YuanHarvard University
Next-Generation Genomic Imaging TechnologyPehr HarburyStanford University
Tushar DesaiStanford University
Novel Platform for Quantitative Subcellular Resolution Imaging of Human Tissues Using Mass SpectrometryJulia LaskinPurdue University
RFA-RM-20-001
High-spatial-resolution ECM-inclusive multi-omics sequencing of human PFA and FFPE tissue slidesRong FanYale University
Spatially resolved characterization of proteoforms for functional proteomicsLjiljana Pasa-TolicPacific Northwest National Laboratory
A streamlined platform for phosphoproteome mapping of human tissuesTujin ShiPacific Northwest National Laboratory
Multimodal mass spectrometry imaging of mouse and human liverBrent StockwellColumbia University
Spatial in situ mapping of RNA-chromatin interactions at transcriptome-and-genome scale in human tissuesSheng ZhongUniversity of California, San Diego


 

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