David Gate, PhD - US grants

2015 University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
 2015-2021 Neurology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
 2021- Neurology Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Alzheimer's disease, Aging, Neuroimmunology

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According to our matching algorithm, David Gate is the likely recipient of the following grants.
Years Recipients Code Title / Keywords Matching
2013 — 2014 Gate, David
F31Activity Code Description:
To provide predoctoral individuals with supervised research training in specified health and health-related areas leading toward the research degree (e.g., Ph.D.).

Targeting Abeta Phagocytosis by Blocking Irak-M Innate Immunity in Alzheimer Mice

@ University of Southern California

2018 Gate, David
F32Activity Code Description:
To provide postdoctoral research training to individuals to broaden their scientific background and extend their potential for research in specified health-related areas.

Reversing Epigenetic Changes in Aged Microglia Via Young Circulatory Factors

@ Stanford University

2020 — 2021 Gate, David
K99Activity Code Description:
To support the initial phase of a Career/Research Transition award program that provides 1-2 years of mentored support for highly motivated, advanced postdoctoral research scientists.

A Novel Blood-Csf Adaptive Immune Response in Alzheimer's Disease

@ Stanford University