Jim Klostergaard - US grants

The University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston 
Molecular Biology, Oncology

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According to our matching algorithm, Jim Klostergaard is the likely recipient of the following grants.
Years Recipients Code Title / Keywords Matching
1985 Klostergaard, Jim P
R23Activity Code Description:
Undocumented code - click on the grant title for more information.

Biochemistry and Biological Role of Lymphotoxins

@ University of Texas Md Anderson Can Ctr

1997 Klostergaard, Jim P
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.

Mechanisms of Hyperthermic and Tnf Cytotoxic Interaction

@ University of Texas Md Anderson Can Ctr

2009 — 2010 Chiu, Wah (co-PI) [⬀]
Decuzzi, Paolo
Drezek, Rebekah A. (co-PI) [⬀]
Ferrari, Mauro
Gorenstein, David G (co-PI) [⬀]
Klostergaard, Jim
Li, Chun
Lopez-Berestein, Gabriel (co-PI) [⬀]
Sood, Anil K (co-PI) [⬀]
Suh, Junghae (co-PI) [⬀]
West, Jennifer L (co-PI) [⬀]
Wilson, Lon
RC2Activity Code Description:
To support high impact ideas that may lay the foundation for new fields of investigation; accelerate breakthroughs; stimulate early and applied research on cutting-edge technologies; foster new approaches to improve the interactions among multi- and interdisciplinary research teams; or, advance the research enterprise in a way that could stimulate future growth and investments and advance public health and health care delivery. This activity code could support either a specific research question or propose the creation of a unique infrastructure/resource designed to accelerate scientific progress in the future.

Subcellular Localization of Nanoparticles

@ University of Texas Hlth Sci Ctr Houston