RMM Grants Awarded

See where grants have been awarded across Minnesota.
Joseph Metzger, PhD
This proposal focuses on leveraging advances in cardiac stem cell biology to forge new therapeutic modalities for combating heart disease, the…
2022-2024
Troy Lund, MD, PhD
The goal of this project is to describe a new field of science: peroxisome transfer. This has never been shown, and we are poised to be the first lab…
2022-2024
Qiuying Liu, PhD
Congenital hydrocephalus is a major cause of childhood morbidity. Mutations in Trim71, a conserved stem-cell-specific RNA-binding protein, cause this…
2022-2024
Aaron Krych, MD
The overall goal of this study is to test the safety and feasibility for a one-stage cartilage restoration procedure for symptomatic defects of the…
2022-2024
James Dutton, PhD
Dry Age related macular degeneration is a chronic disease of aging that causes progressive loss of vision due to damage to the RPE cell layer in the…
2022-2024
Elizabeth Bradley, PhD
Type 2 diabetes is a highly prevalent chronic condition that affects Minnesotans' quality of life while also imparting a significant financial burden…
2022-2024
Ricardo Battaglino, PhD
The goal of this project is to test the efficacy of intraspinal administration of the protein Netrin-1 (NTN1), as a therapeutical approach to promote…
2022-2024
Atsushi Asakura, PhD
To elucidate how muscle vascular regeneration is regulated during muscle remodeling. To identify the interactions between muscle stem cells and…
2022-2024
Patrick Walsh, MS
This proposal will expand Anatomic facilities through equipment purchases to establish an independent laboratory. This will create room for…
2021-2022
Artur Serebrenik, PhD
The primary goal of the proposed work is to produce preclinical data to support the use of BIO 300 in patients with triple negative breast cancer…
2021-2022
Timothy O'Brien, DVM, PhD
Our goal is to develop a therapeutic product that can arrest or reverse the progress of osteoarthritis of the knee, delay or obviate the need for…
2021-2022
Andrew Lewis, PhD
The goal of this project is develop a platform for engineering cells from non-autologous sources for cell therapy. We will use a transposon-based non…
2021-2022