Naoshige Uchida - US grants

Affiliations: 
Molecular & Cellular Biology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Olfaction
Website:
http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~biophys/Naoshige_Uchida.htm

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According to our matching algorithm, Naoshige Uchida is the likely recipient of the following grants.
Years Recipients Code Title / Keywords Matching
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2012 — 2016 Uchida, Naoshige
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.

Neural Circuits That Regulate Dopamine Neuron Activity

@ Harvard University

1
2013 — 2017 Uchida, Naoshige
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.

Experimental Examinations of the Mechanisms That Generate the Responses of Midbra

@ Harvard University

1
2016 — 2020 Uchida, Naoshige
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.

Context Dependent Modulations of Dopamine Signaling

@ Harvard University

1
2019 — 2020 Uchida, Naoshige
U19Activity Code Description:
To support a research program of multiple projects directed toward a specific major objective, basic theme or program goal, requiring a broadly based, multidisciplinary and often long-term approach. A cooperative agreement research program generally involves the organized efforts of large groups, members of which are conducting research projects designed to elucidate the various aspects of a specific objective. Substantial Federal programmatic staff involvement is intended to assist investigators during performance of the research activities, as defined in the terms and conditions of award. The investigators have primary authorities and responsibilities to define research objectives and approaches, and to plan, conduct, analyze, and publish results, interpretations and conclusions of their studies. Each research project is usually under the leadership of an established investigator in an area representing his/her special interest and competencies. Each project supported through this mechanism should contribute to or be directly related to the common theme of the total research effort. The award can provide support for certain basic shared resources, including clinical components, which facilitate the total research effort. These scientifically meritorious projects should demonstrate an essential element of unity and interdependence.

Dopamine Signaling and Function During Spatial Navigation

@ Harvard Medical School

0.934
2019 — 2020 Murthy, Venkatesh N [⬀]
Uchida, Naoshige
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.

Emergence of Valence Coding in the Ventral Striatum

@ Harvard University

1
2019 — 2020 Uchida, Naoshige
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.

The Diversity of Dopamine Neurons: From Connectivity and Activity to Functions.

@ Harvard University

1
2019 — 2020 Assad, John (co-PI) [⬀]
Datta, Sandeep R
Gershman, Samuel J (co-PI) [⬀]
Linderman, Scott Warren
Sabatini, Bernardo L [⬀]
Uchida, Naoshige
Wilbrecht, Linda E
U19Activity Code Description:
To support a research program of multiple projects directed toward a specific major objective, basic theme or program goal, requiring a broadly based, multidisciplinary and often long-term approach. A cooperative agreement research program generally involves the organized efforts of large groups, members of which are conducting research projects designed to elucidate the various aspects of a specific objective. Substantial Federal programmatic staff involvement is intended to assist investigators during performance of the research activities, as defined in the terms and conditions of award. The investigators have primary authorities and responsibilities to define research objectives and approaches, and to plan, conduct, analyze, and publish results, interpretations and conclusions of their studies. Each research project is usually under the leadership of an established investigator in an area representing his/her special interest and competencies. Each project supported through this mechanism should contribute to or be directly related to the common theme of the total research effort. The award can provide support for certain basic shared resources, including clinical components, which facilitate the total research effort. These scientifically meritorious projects should demonstrate an essential element of unity and interdependence.

Towards a Unified Framework For Dopamine Signaling in the Striatum

@ Harvard Medical School

0.934
2020 Drugowitsch, Jan (co-PI) [⬀]
Uchida, Naoshige
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.

Distributional Reinforcement Learning in the Brain.

@ Harvard University

1