Ricardo E. Dolmetsch - US grants

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 

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According to our matching algorithm, Ricardo E. Dolmetsch is the likely recipient of the following grants.
Years Recipients Code Title / Keywords Matching
2004 — 2008 Dolmetsch, Ricardo E
R01Activity Code Description:
To support a discrete, specified, circumscribed project to be performed by the named investigator(s) in an area representing his or her specific interest and competencies.

Calcium Channel Signaling in Neurons

@ Stanford University

2008 — 2012 Dolmetsch, Ricardo E
DP1Activity Code Description:
To support individuals who have the potential to make extraordinary contributions to medical research. The NIH Director’s Pioneer Award is not renewable.

Using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells to Identify Cellular Phenotypes of Autism

@ Stanford University

2009 — 2013 Dolmetsch, Ricardo E.
Hallmayer, Joachim F [⬀]
R21Activity Code Description:
To encourage the development of new research activities in categorical program areas. (Support generally is restricted in level of support and in time.)
R33Activity Code Description:
The R33 award is to provide a second phase for the support for innovative exploratory and development research activities initiated under the R21 mechanism. Although only R21 awardees are generally eligible to apply for R33 support, specific program initiatives may establish eligibility criteria under which applications could be accepted from applicants demonstrating progress equivalent to that expected under R33.

Exploring the Neuronal Phenotype of Autism Spectrum Disorders Using Induced Pluri

@ Stanford University