HEI Awards FY 2006 - FY 2016

High-End Instrumentation Awards:

FY 2006 – FY 2016

AlabamaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutFloridaGeorgiaIllinoisIndianaIowaMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMissouriNew JerseyNew YorkNorth CarolinaOhioOregonPennsylvaniaTennesseeTexasUtahVirginiaWashingtonWisconsin

Since 2006, the HEI Program has provided 192 awards to biomedical research institutions in 28 states, totaling $284,834,733. An additional 80 High-End Instrumentation awards were made through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) in Fiscal Years 2009 and 2010 totaling $158,330,356.

Alabama - 1 Award ($1,999,900)

University of Alabama at Birmingham        

  • Nepalli R. Krishna - 2009
    800 MHz NMR Spectrometer for the Central Alabama High-Field NMR Facility - $1,999,900

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Arizona - 3 Awards ($3,581,065)

Arizona State University – Tempe

  • John C. Spence - 2016
    3D Nanoprinter - $659,260

Translational Genomics Research Institute

  • Edward B. Suh - 2008
    Highly Parallel Supercomputing for Translational Research - $1,996,810

University of Arizona

  • Vicki H. Wysocki - 2007
    Linear Ion Trap/Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometer - $924,995

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Arkansas - 1 Award ($855,594)

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences           

  • Samuel G. Mackintosh - 2015
    Orbitrap Fusion Tribrid Mass Spectrometer - $855,594

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California - 33 Awards ($46,065,181)

City of Hope/Beckman Research Institute

  • David L. Digiusto - 2009
    Seven Laser inFlux Cytometer at COH Cytometry Core Facility - $890,921

J. David Gladstone Institutes

  • Marielle Cavrois - 2011
    BD FACSAria II Flow Cytometer - $544,471

La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology

  • Shane P. Crotty - 2014
    CyTOF Mass Cytometer - $802,350

Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute

  • Maurizio Pellecchia - 2007
    NMR Spectroscopy Instrumentation for Probing Intermolecular Interactions - $1,444,784
  • Dorit Hanein - 2012
    Intermediate Voltage TEM - $1,885,000

SRI International

  • Lidia C. Sambucetti - 2011
    Compound Management System with High-Throughput Tube and Vial Picking Workstation - $826,538

Stanford University

  • Mostafa Ronaghi - 2006
    High-Throughput Sequencing by Pyrosequencing - $543,750
  • Michael Clarke - 2010
    BD FACSAria II - $663,871
  • William I. Weis - 2010
    A Large-Area Pixel Array Detector System for Macromolecular Crystallography - $2,079,278
  • Aaron F. Straight - 2012
    OMX BLAZE High Speed Super Resolution Imaging System - $1,109,461
  • Daniel M. Spielman - 2013
    Hyperpolarizer for 13C MR Metabolic Imaging of Human Subjects and Animal Models - $2,000,000

University of California Berkeley

  • William J. Jagust - 2010
    PET/CT Imaging System - $1,896,426
  • Paul D. Adams - 2016
    Pilatus 6m - $979,500

University of California Davis

  • Alice F. Tarantal - 2011
    PET/CT for Nonhuman Primate Imaging - $2,131,668

University of California Irvine

  • Jogeshwar Mukherjee - 2013
    Cyclotron for Radiopharmaceuticals - $1,968,840

University of California Lawrence Berkeley Lab

  • Scott Classen - 2014
    A Pixel Array Detector System for Small Angle X-ray Scattering - $997,587

University of California Los Angeles

  • Joseph A. Loo - 2006
    High Resolution Hybrid FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer - $1,244,821
  • Z. Hong Zhou - 2006
    High-End CryoEM Instrument for the UCLA Electron Imaging Center for Nanomachines - $1,600,000
  • Joseph A. Loo - 2014
    High Resolution Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometer - $914,873

University of California San Diego

  • Mark H. Ellisman - 2007
    A Replacement 300 kV IVEM for Meso-Scale 3D Data Acquisition at the NCMIR - $2,000,000
  • Joseph G. Gleeson - 2010
    Super-Resolution Imaging at the UCSD Microscopy Core - $972,386
  • Pieter C. Dorrestein - 2011
    Synapt Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometer - $802,398

University of California San Francisco

  • John Kurhanewicz - 2007
    High Field NMR System for Metabolic Imaging of Human Disease - $1,801,980
  • Henry F. Vanbrocklin - 2007
    MicroPET/CT for Small Animal Imaging - $1,277,085
  • Matthew F. Krummel - 2011
    Multiphoton Instrumentation for Translational Assays from Human Tissue Biopsies - $635,523
  • Youngho Seo - 2015
    Combined Dual-Modality SPECT/CT for Small Animal Imaging Research at UCSF - $1,185,177
  • Yifan Cheng - 2016
    Acquisition of an Electron Microscope for High-Resolution Single Particle Cryo-EM - $2,000,000
  • David A. Saloner - 2016
    Combined X-ray Angiography and MRI Suite- $1,541,250

University of California Santa Barbara

  • Frederick W. Dahlquist - 2006
    800 MHz NMR Spectrometer - $2,000,000

University of California Santa Cruz

  • Glenn L. Millhauser - 2015
    800 MHz NMR Spectrometer and Helium Cryoprobe - $2,000,000

University of Southern California

  • Peter S. Conti - 2011
    Cyclotron for Molecular Imaging Program- $3,082,046
  • Peter S. Conti - 2013
    MicroPET/CT for Small Animal Imaging - $1,131,879
  • Peter S. Conti - 2015
    Phase Contrast Tomography X-Ray Microscope System - $1,111,318

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Colorado - 4 Awards ($5,771,740)

Colorado State University - Fort Collins

  • John E. Rash - 2009
    Jeol JEM-1400 Tomographic Transmission EM with High-Resolution Digital Cameras - $804,260

University of Colorado

  • Robin Knight – 2013
    A High Memory Supercomputer for Proteomics, Text Mining, and Microbiome Research - $1,900,000

University of Colorado Denver

  • Kirk C. Hansen - 2007
    LTQ FT-ICR Hybrid Mass Spectrometer Purchase - $1,067,480
  • Jason R. Tregellas - 2014
    3T MRI - $2,000,000

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Connecticut - 6 Awards ($8,532,646)

University of Connecticut School of Medicine and Dentistry

  • Jeffrey C. Hoch - 2007
    An Open-Access 800 MHz NMR Spectrometer for Central New England - $2,000,000

Yale University

  • Douglas L. Rothman - 2006
    7T Human MR System for the Development of Ultra High Resolution - $2,000,000
  • Shrikant M. Mane - 2007
    GeneChip Automation and MegAllele System for Microarray Analysis - $1,054,868
  • Robert D. Bjornson - 2011
    High Performance Computing Instrumentation for Yale University Biomedical HPC Center - $587,958
  • Todd R. Constable - 2014
    Acquisition of a Siemens Console and Gradients for a 7T MRI/MRS System - $2,000,000
  • Shrikant M. Mane - 2015
    High Performance Computing Instrumentation for the Yale Center for Genome Analysis - $889,820

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Florida - 2 Awards ($3,376,600)

Florida State University

  • Kenneth A. Taylor - 2008
    FEI Titan Krios for 3-D EM - $2,000,000
  • Timothy A. Cross - 2014
    14.1 T Magnet with +/- 1280 G Field Regulation and Integrated MAS Cryogenic System - $1,376,600

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Georgia - 3 Awards ($3,054,030)

University of Georgia

  • Bi-Cheng Wang - 2010
    Phase II SER-CAT Optimization: Acquisition of a Next Generation Area Detector - $1,472,000
  • I. Jonathan Amster - 2011
    Thermo Fisher Scientific LTQ Orbitrap XL Mass Spectrometer - $832,030
  • Parastoo Azadi - 2014
    Orbitrap Fusion Tribid Mass Spectrometer - $750,000

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Illinois - 12 Awards ($26,156,087)

Northwestern University

  • William A. Russin - 2008
    JEM-3200FS Field Emission Electron Microscope - $1,900,000

Northwestern University at Chicago

  • Debaio Li - 2008
    7T MRI Scanner for Small Animal Imaging - $2,000,000
  • Rex L. Chisholm - 2011
    Automated Sample Handling and Storage System for Northwestern University - $1,043,070

University of Chicago

  • Jia-Hong Gao - 2007
    3T MRI Scanner for High Resolution MRI/MRS Research - $2,000,000
  • Ian Foster - 2010
    Beagle: A Supercomputer for Computational Biology, Simulation, and Data Analysis - $6,967,431
  • John K. Moffat - 2011
    High Speed Detector for Time-Resolved Research at BioCARS - $1,709,377
  • Robert F. Fischetti - 2014
    High-Speed High-Sensitivity Detector for X-ray Micro-Crystallography at GM/CA@APS - $2,000,000
  • Ian Foster - 2014
    Beagle-2 - $1,999,760
  • Gregory S. Karczmar - 2014
    3T MRI Scanner for Multidisciplinary Imaging and Image-Guided Therapy - $2,000,000

University of Illinois at Chicago

  • Yoshitaka Ishii - 2009
    700 MHz Wide-Bore NMR System for Solid-State NMR - $2,000,000

University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign

  • Chad M. Rienstra - 2008
    High-Field, Wide-Bore Solid-State NMR Spectrometer for Membrane Protein Structure - $1,936,449
  • Gabriele Gratton - 2010
    Diffusive Optical Tomography (DOT) at the Biomedical Imaging Center - $600,000

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Indiana - 4 Awards ($5,820,241)

Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis

  • Claire E. Walczak - 2008
    High-Throughput Confocal Imaging System - $927,375

Purdue University

  • Michael G. Rossmann - 2006
    An Electron Microscope for the Study of Complex Biological Assemblies - $2,000,000
  • Chang H. Kim - 2010
    A Multiphoton Confocal Microscope for Biomedical Research - $892,866
  • Ulrike Dydak - 2015

3T MRI Scanner dedicated to Life Sciences Research - $2,000,000

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Iowa - 4 Awards ($5,349,400)

University of Iowa

  • Richard D. Hichwa - 2009
    Inveon Preclinical PET, CT, and SPECT Scanning System - $1,511,268
  • Kevin G. Rice - 2011
    High Throughput Drug Screening Robot - $729,690
  • Eric A. Hoffman - 2015

Ultra-low Dose, High Speed, High Resolution, Multispectral, Multi-Source MDCT Scanner - $2,000,000

  • Jessica C. Sieren - 2015
    Nodestruction Multi-Scale Micro-CT Imaging System - $1,108,442

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Maryland - 9 Awards ($12,902,818)

Johns Hopkins University

  • Robert J. Cotter - 2007
    Linear Ion Trap/Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometer - $928,365
  • Raimond L. Winslow - 2008
    Large-Scale Compute Cluster for the Institute for Computational Medicine - $2,000,000
  • Benjamin M. W. Tsui - 2013
    High Performance Multi-modularity Small Animal Imaging System - $1,749,000
  • Michael J. McCaffery - 2014
    FEI Tecnai F20 Transmission Electron Microscope for Core Microscopy Facility - $1,289,184
  • Akhilesh Pandey - 2016
    Fourier Transform Orbitrap Fusion Lumos Tribrid Mass Spectrometer with ETD - $1,081,149

Kennedy Krieger Institute

  • Peter C.M. Van Zijl - 2016
    State of the Art 3T Research Scanner - $1,999,000

University of Maryland Baltimore

  • William J. Lederer - 2007
    Confocal High Speed Imaging System - $737,850
  • Alan R. Shuldiner - 2013
    Integrated Hamilton Storage System to Support the UMBioBank - $1,603,270

University of Maryland Baltimore County

  • Daniele Fabris - 2006
    A Hybrid 12T Q-FTMS for the Investigation of Nucleic Acids Non-Cov./Cov. Adducts - $1,515,000

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Massachusetts - 15 Awards ($23,714,905)

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

  • John V. Frangioni - 2006
    FLEX TM MicroPET/SPECT/CT to Support Cancer Research at Harvard Medical School - $938,175
  • Deborah Burstein - 2009
    BIDMC 9.4T 20cm Biospec MRI System - $2,395,000

Boston University Medical Campus

  • Catherine E. Costello - 2009
    LTQ-FT MS System for On-line Protein and Glycan Analysis - $1,252,927

Brandeis University

  • Nikolaus Grigorieff - 2009
    High Resolution Electron Cryo-Microscope - $2,213,768

Brigham and Women's Hospital

  • Ferenc A. Jolesz - 2007
    Intraoperative 3T MRI Scanner for Minimally Invasive Therapy - $2,000,000
  • Claude P. Lechene - 2008
    NanoSIMS 50L Ion Micro-Analyzer - $2,000,000

Harvard Medical School

  • James J. Chou - 2010
    AvanceIII 700MHz NMR Spectrometer with Cryogenic Probe - $1,620,000

Harvard University

  • Samuel M. Kunes - 2010
    A Multi-User Super Resolution Microscope for Developmental Biology - $1,049,516

Immune Disease Institute, Inc.

  • Timothy A. Springer - 2008
    Pulsed EPR Spectrometer - $952,390

Massachusetts General Hospital

  • Jerome L. Ackerman - 2006
    15T Ultrahigh Field Horizontal MR Microscope for Mouse Imaging - $2,000,000
  • Alma G. Sorensen - 2006
    Silicon Graphics Prism Extreme 128P/1TB - $1,510,934
  • Bruce Jenkins - 2007
    Combined MRI/PET Imager for Simultaneous Acquisition of PET/MRI Data - $2,000,000
  • Tayyaba Hasan - 2012
    VisualSonics Photoacoustic and Ultrasound Imaging System - $912,195
  • Georges El Fakhir - 2016
    Simultaneous Whole Body PET MR Scanner - $2,000,000

University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester

  • Donald J. Hnatowich - 2007
    PET/SPECT/CT Camera for Small Animal Imaging at UMMS - $870,000

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Michigan - 5 Awards ($7,584,914)

Michigan State University

  • Walter J. Esselman - 2011
    Multiuser Facility for Flow Cytometry and Sorting - $599,734

University of Michigan

  • Douglas C. Noll - 2007
    Small Bore 7T Magnetic Resonance Instrument - $1,900,000
  • Douglas C. Noll - 2012
    MRI Scanner - $2,000,000
  • Kristina Hakansson - 2016
    Orbitrap Fusion Lumos ETD with IRMPD for UM Chemistry MS Facility Expansion - $1,095,180

Wayne State University

  • Ewart M. Haacke - 2007
    Evaluation of New Imaging Methodologies at 7T - $1,990,000

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Minnesota - 3 Awards ($4,079,190)

University of Minnesota

  • Michael G. Garwood - 2008
    Ultra-High Field (16.4 Tesla) Animal MRI/MRS System - $2,000,000
  • Douglas H. Ohlendorf - 2008
    High-Throughput Nanoliter Crystallization Facility - $1,279,450
  • Gianluigi Veglia - 2016
    Console Upgrade for a 600 MHz NMR Spectrometer - $849,740

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Missouri - 6 Awards ($9,691,090)

Washington University

  • Michael L. Gross - 2008 
    High Field Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometer for Biomedical Applications - $1,879,719
  • Richard A. Laforest - 2009
    Inveon Small Animal PET/CT System - $988,523
  • Fred W. Prior - 2009
    High Performance Biomedical Imaging Computer Resources - $1,941,026
  • Robert C. McKinstry - 2012
    ACS-TR19 Cyclotron - $2,000,000
  • Richard A. Laforest - 2016
    Acquisition of a Pre-Clinical Simultaneous PET/MR Scanner - $1,865,970
  • Matthew J. Silva - 2016
    3D X-ray Phase Contrast Microscope for Submicron Quantitative Biological Imaging - $1,015,852

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New Jersey - 1 Award ($1,717,123)

Rutgers University

  • Leslie P. Michelson - 2015
    Supercomputing: Rutgers Catalyst for Discovery at the Frontiers of Medicine - $1,707,123

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New York - 23 Awards ($33,254,791)

Columbia University Health Sciences

  • Andrea Califano - 2012
    High-Performance Computer Cluster for Biomedical Computing- $2,000,000
  • Robert S. Kass- 2012
    Nanion Syncro Patch 96 - $913,875

Cornell University

  • Steven E. Ealick - 2010
    Pixel Array Detector for X-Ray Crystallography - $1,835,278
  • Christopher J. Hernandez - 2013 
    Nano-Computed Tomography Instrument for Shared Cornell Imaging - $754,684
  • Warren Zipfel - 2014
    Broad Wavelength Range Zeiss 780 NLO/Confocal System for the Cornell Imaging Core - $834,384
  • Steven E. Ealick - 2016
    Pixel Array Detector for Macromolecular Crystallography - $2,000,000
  • Jack H. Freed - 2016
    X/Q Band Pulsed ENDOR Spectrometer - $1,398,090

Mount Sinai School of Medicine of NYU

  • Cheuk Y. Tang - 2009
    7T MRI Scanner - $1,999,000
  • Patricia Kovatch - 2014
    Transforming Genomics with 5 PB Big Omics Data Engine Cray CS300-AC Supercomputer - $1,947,041

Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research

  • Craig A. Branch - 2007
    3.0 Tesla MRI for Psychiatric Applications - $2,000,000

New York State Psychiatric Institute

  • Mazen A. Kheirbek - 2015
    2-photon Microscope for in vivo Functional Imaging of Neuronal Circuits - $846,619

New York Structural Biology Center

  • Arthur G. Palmer - 2015
    Acquisition of 700 MHz NMR Spectrometer - $1,117,890

New York University School of Medicine

  • Fengxia Liang - 2016
    Scanning Electron Microscope with 3View - $1,143,907

Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research

  • Pat B. Zanzonico - 2011
    NanoSPECT/CT for Oncology Research - $907,340
  • Pat B. Zanzonico - 2012
    The Inveon PET/CT for Pre-Clinical Oncology Research - $1,027,842

State University New York Stony Brook

  • Charles R. Iden - 2008
    Thermo Scientific Orbitrap XL Hybrid FT Mass Spectrometer - $850,874
  • Marc Allaire - 2012
    Simultaneous SAXS/WAXS Detector System - $1,057,550
  • Huilin Li - 2015

A 200KV Cryo-TEM for Imaging Biological Structures - $1,995,732

University of Rochester

  • Timothy P. Bushnell - 2012
    CyTOF Mass Cytometer for Western New York - $775,000

Upstate Medical University

  • Stephan Wilkens - 2013 
    A 800MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer in Support of Life Science Research - $2,000,000

Weill Medical College of Cornell University

  • Douglas J. Ballon - 2007
    Small Animal 7.0 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy System - $2,000,000
  • Harel Weinstein - 2012
    An Extensible Resource for Genomic Analysis and Petascale Storage - $1,849,685
  • Yi Wang - 2016
    3.0T Magnetic Resonance Imaging System for Preclinical, Translational and Clinical Research - $2,000,000

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North Carolina - 4 Awards ($6,261,380)

Duke University

  • Sara Miller - 2016
    Serial Block Face Scanning Electron Microscope - $1,286,721

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

  • Russell M. Taylor - 2007
    Supercomputer Instrumentation for Biomedical Image Analysis and Simulation - $1,988,494
  • Weili Lin - 2008
    Siemens Tim Trio 3T Whole Body MR Scanner - $2,000,000

Wake Forest University Health Sciences

  • Kathleen B. Brosnihan - 2012
    VisualSonics Vevo LAZR Photoacoustic Imaging System - $986,165

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Ohio - 4 Awards ($5,790,108)

Children's Hospital Medical Center (Cincinnati)

  • Yi Zheng - 2011
    Multi-Photon Confocal Microscope - $826,609

Ohio State University

  • Christopher P. Jaroniec - 2012
    800 MHz Solid-State NMR Spectrometer - $2,000,000
  • Vicki H. Wysocki - 2014
    15 Tesla Bruker SolariX FTICR MS- $1,999,999

University of Cincinnati

  • Patrick A. Limbach - 2005
    Hybrid Transform Mass Spectrometer for Proteomics - $918,973

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Oregon - 3 Awards ($3,736,398)

Oregon Health and Science University

  • Larry L. David - 2012
    LTQ Orbitrap Velos - $853,719
  • William D. Rooney - 2016
    A Prisma Upgrade for the OHSU Advanced Imaging Research Center 3T MRI Instrument - $1,582,679

Oregon State University

  • Elisar J. Barbar - 2015
    Acquisition of a 700 MHz NMR Spectrometer - $1,300,000

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Pennsylvania - 12 Awards ($20,443,540)

Carnegie-Mellon University

  • Marcel A. Just - 2009
    MRI System for Neuroimaging Typical and Atypical Cognitive and Social Development - $2,000,000

University of Pennsylvania

  • Ravinder Reddy - 2006
    Whole-Body 7 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging System - $2,000,000
  • Chaitanya R. Divgi - 2008
    Cyclotron for Biomedical Research - $2,000,000
  • Junhyong Kim - 2013
    High Performance IBM iDataPlex/SONAS Computing Cluster for Genomics - $1,954,859
  • Rahim R. Rizi- 2014
    A Diamond System for Real-Time Metabolic Imaging - $2,000,000

University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh

  • Chester A. Mathis - 2008
    PET Insert for MAGNETOM Trio - $2,000,000
  • Sunil K. Saxena - 2011
    High Frequency Pulsed Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometer - $1,623,490
  • Simon C. Watkins - 2011
    Zeiss 710 Multiphoton 5 Live Duoscan Microscope - $1,123,669
  • Angela M. Gronenborn - 2013
    750MHz Wide Bore NMR Spectrometer - $2,000,000
  • James M. Mountz - 2013
    PET/CT for Quarantine Biomarker Assessment of Disease and Early Therapy Response - $1,999,999
  • D. Lansing Taylor - 2013
    InCell 6000 High Content Instrument for Cellular Systems Biology Program - $502,020
  • Simon C. Watkins - 2016
    Request for a Leica 3X STED Microscope - $1,239,503

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Tennessee - 8 Awards ($11,508,561)

Vanderbilt University

  • John C. Gore - 2007
    LSM 5 Live Microscope for Cell Imaging Shared Resource - $2,000,000
  • Dan M. Roden - 2008
    Automated Storage and Retrieval of Biological Systems - $988,312
  • Richard M. Caprioli - 2012
    15 Tesla Bruker SolariX FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer - $1,596,640
  • Matthew J. Tyska - 2012
    Super-Resolution Optical Microscope - $1,122,674
  • John C. Gore - 2015
    A PET-CT Scanner for Translational Research - $1,963,449
  • Robert H. Carnahan - 2016
    Integrated automated liquid handling system for novel antibody discovery - $1,168,819
  • Roger D. Cone - 2016
    Fluorescent and Luminescent Kinetic Imaging Plate Reader - $670,818
  • John C. Gore - 2016
    Replacement and Upgrade of a 3T MR Scanner for Research - $1,997,849

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Texas - 8 Awards ($9,864,521)

Baylor College of Medicine

  • Wah Chiu - 2016
    Acquisition of a 300 kV Electron Microscope for Structural Biology - $2,000,000

University of Texas Health Sciences Center Houston

  • Michael D. Davis - 2007
    A High-Field (7T) MRI System for Translational Imaging Research - $1,950,000
  • Susan T. Weintraub - 2009
    Orbitrap XL/ETD Mass Spectrometer - $776,090

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

  • Tomasz Zal - 2011
    Super-Resolution OMX Microscope - $1,023,721

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

  • Craig R. Malloy - 2011
    A Clinical MR Scanner for Imaging Hyperpolarized Carbon-13 - $2,237,277
  • David H. Hawke - 2013 
    Orbitrap Elite High-Resolution Mass Spectrometer for Proteomics and Metabolomics - $877,433
  • Craig R. Malloy - 2015 
    A Clinical Polarizer for Carbon-13 (SpinLab) - $1,000,000

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Utah - 2 Awards ($2,909,311)

University of Utah

  • Edward W. Hsu - 2006
    Utah Small Animal MRI Research Resource - $1,709,320
  • Dennis L. Parker - 2015
    Siemens MAGNETOM Prisma 3T MRI Scanner - $1,199,991

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Virginia - 3 Awards ($4,591,300)

University of Virginia

  • John H. Bushweller - 2006
    800 MHz NMR Spectrometer for High-End NMR Structural Studies - $2,000,000
  • Stuart S. Berr - 2008
    iCyt Reflection Cell Sorter - $1,992,300
  • William A. Petri - 2010
    Flow Cytometry for BSL 3 - $599,000

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Washington - 6 Awards ($6,187,523)

Institute for Systems Biology

  • Leroy E. Hood - 2009
    LTQ-Orbitrap XL for Protein Identification and Biomarker Discovery - $892,482

University of Washington

  • David R. Goodlett - 2006
    Multi-Tiered Proteomic Compute Cluster - $500,000
  • Bruce H. Robinson - 2007
    Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR)/Q-Band ENDOR Spectrometer - $1,040,735
  • James E. Bruce - 2008
    An LC-FTICR Mass Spectrometer for Proteomics and Metabolomics Research - $989,825
  • Martin J. Kushmerick - 2010
    Bruker Avance III 600 MHz (14T) Wide Bore Spectrometer - $1,014,958
  • David G. Castner - 2014
    MS Chemical Imager Instrument - $1,749,523

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Wisconsin - 7 Awards ($10,034,776)

University of Wisconsin Madison

  • Paul M. DeLuca - 2007
    A Device for PET Tracer Development and Production - $1,499,745
  • John L. Markley - 2008
    Integrated State-of-the-Art LC-MS/NMR System - $1,665,930
  • Lingjun Li - 2011
    High-Field Dual Source FTICR-MS for Pharmaceutical Research - $2,070,000
  • Silvia Cavagnero - 2013
    Laser-Enhanced NMR Instrumentation for Chemical and Biochemical Research - $1,027,473
  • Martin Shafer - 2013
    HR Multi-Collector Inductively-Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer - $863,714
  • Ying Ge - 2015
    Ultra High Resolution Mass Spectrometer for Biomedical Research - $1,999,999
  • Tomy Vaghese - 2015
    Ultrasonic and Photoacoustic Imaging System for Cancer & Cardiovascular Research - $907,915

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