Zheng Li - US grants

Affiliations: 
National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, United States 
Area:
development, synaptic plasticity

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According to our matching algorithm, Zheng Li is the likely recipient of the following grants.
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2007 — 2008 Li, Zheng
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Apoptotic Molecules in Synapse Plasticity

@ National Institute of Mental Health

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2007 — 2009 Li, Zheng
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Neuregulin in the Development of Hippocampal Neurons

@ National Institute of Mental Health

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2009 Li, Zheng
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Non-Apoptotic Function of Casapses in Synapses

@ National Institute of Mental Health

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2010 — 2013 Li, Zheng
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Characterization of Mirnas On Neural Development and Plasticity

@ National Institute of Mental Health

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2010 — 2018 Li, Zheng
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Molecular Mechanisms of Synapse Development and Plasticity

@ National Institute of Mental Health

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2014 — 2018 Li, Zheng
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Characterizing the Function of Mirnas in Neural Development, Synaptic Plasticity and Schizophrenia.

@ National Institute of Mental Health

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