Principal Investigators in the School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology receive research grants valued at 2.3 million
Congratulations to School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology staff who received research grants through the SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme valued at €2.3 million.
Congratulations to School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology staff, Professor Pasha Baranov, Dr Anne Moore and Dr Paul Young who received research grants through the SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme valued at €2.3 million. The research supported will further expand ongoing research in the School in the areas of mRNA decoding, vaccines and neurological disorders.
|Professor Pavel Baranov||Characterisation of human mRNA decoding diversity||€986,186|
|Dr Anne Moore||Induction of Broad Systemic and Mucosal Immune Responses by Non-Injected Stable Vaccines||€886,739|
|Dr Paul Young||Investigation of LNX proteins as novel regulators of synaptic function and potential drug targets in neurological disorders||€410,716|
The SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme supports the development of world class research capability and human capital in areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) that demonstrably support and underpin enterprise competitiveness and societal development in Ireland.