Matthew A. Wilson - US grants

Affiliations: 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Hippocampus
Website:
http://web.mit.edu/wilsonlab/

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According to our matching algorithm, Matthew A. Wilson is the likely recipient of the following grants.
Years Recipients Code Title / Keywords Matching
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1999 — 2002 Wilson, Matthew A.
P50Activity Code Description:
To support any part of the full range of research and development from very basic to clinical; may involve ancillary supportive activities such as protracted patient care necessary to the primary research or R&D effort. The spectrum of activities comprises a multidisciplinary attack on a specific disease entity or biomedical problem area. These grants differ from program project grants in that they are usually developed in response to an announcement of the programmatic needs of an Institute or Division and subsequently receive continuous attention from its staff. Centers may also serve as regional or national resources for special research purposes.

Memory Consolidation--Neocortical/Hippocampal Interaction in Memory Formation

@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1
2002 — 2006 Wilson, Matthew A.
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.

Hippocampal Prefrontal Cortical Interactions in Memory

@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1
2004 — 2008 Wilson, Matthew A.
P50Activity Code Description:
To support any part of the full range of research and development from very basic to clinical; may involve ancillary supportive activities such as protracted patient care necessary to the primary research or R&D effort. The spectrum of activities comprises a multidisciplinary attack on a specific disease entity or biomedical problem area. These grants differ from program project grants in that they are usually developed in response to an announcement of the programmatic needs of an Institute or Division and subsequently receive continuous attention from its staff. Centers may also serve as regional or national resources for special research purposes.

Project 1: Hippocampal and Entorhinal Contributions to Memory

@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1
2007 — 2011 Wilson, Matthew A.
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.
R56Activity Code Description:
To provide limited interim research support based on the merit of a pending R01 application while applicant gathers additional data to revise a new or competing renewal application. This grant will underwrite highly meritorious applications that if given the opportunity to revise their application could meet IC recommended standards and would be missed opportunities if not funded. Interim funded ends when the applicant succeeds in obtaining an R01 or other competing award built on the R56 grant. These awards are not renewable.

Hippocampal and Prefrontal Cortical Interactions in Rodent Memory Formation

@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1
2012 — 2016 Boyden, Edward S. (co-PI) [⬀] Boyden, Edward S. (co-PI) [⬀]
Brown, Emery N.
Solt, Ken
Wilson, Matthew A. (co-PI)
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.

Redesigning General Anesthesia

@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1
2013 — 2018 Poggio, Tomaso [⬀]
Wilson, Matthew (co-PI)
Kreiman, Gabriel (co-PI) [⬀]
Mahadevan, Lakshminarayana
Hirsh, Haym (co-PI) [⬀]
N/AActivity Code Description:
No activity code was retrieved: click on the grant title for more information

A Center For Brains, Minds and Machines: the Science and the Technology of Intelligence

@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

0.915
2013 — 2014 Wilson, Matthew (co-PI)
Chen, Zhe [⬀]
N/AActivity Code Description:
No activity code was retrieved: click on the grant title for more information

Crcns: Computational Approaches to Uncover Neural Representation of Population Codes in Rodent Hippocampal-Cortical Circuits

@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

0.915
2014 Boyden, Edward S. (co-PI) [⬀] Boyden, Edward S. (co-PI) [⬀]
Brown, Emery N.
Solt, Ken
Wilson, Matthew A. (co-PI)
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.

Redesigning General Anesthesia (Admin Supp)

@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1
2017 — 2018 Manoach, Dara S [⬀]
Wilson, Matthew A.
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.

Sleep-Dependent Memory Processing in Schizophrenia

@ Massachusetts General Hospital

0.94
2018 Chen, Zhe [⬀] Chen, Zhe [⬀]
Wilson, Matthew A. (co-PI) [⬀]
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.

Crns: An Integrative Study of Hippocampal-Neocortical Memory Coding During Sleep

@ New York University School of Medicine

0.91