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How you can find your collaborator PIs:

  1. Search the University of Michigan School of Medicine Basic Science Departments for PIs with research interests that match yours and contact them to discuss potential collaborative projects Endowment for Basic Science (EBS)  
  2. Browse through our list of established collaborations between University of Michigan PIs (see below) 
  3. If you have been at the University of Michigan since June 2020, you can find collaborative PIs to broaden your current project.

Our Collaborator PI List

Carole Parent, Ph.D. and Brendon Baker, Ph.D.

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CONTACT GUIDANCE DURING IMMUNE DISEASES AND CANCER METASTASIS.

Lonnie Shea, Ph.D. and Ariella Shikanov, Ph.D.

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MONITORING OF FETAL ANTIGEN-PRESENTING AND REGULATORY T CELLS IN PREGNANCY.

Daniel A. Beard, Ph.D. and Philip C. Andrews, Ph.D.

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MITOCHONDRIAL PROTEIN DYNAMICS IN DISEASE.

Melanie Ohi, Ph.D. and Carole Parent, Ph.D.

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STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF LTB4 SYNTHESIZING ENZYMES IN DEFINED LIPID ENVIRONMENTS.

Yatrik Shah, Ph.D. and Costas A. Lyssiotis, Ph.D.

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METABOLIC REPROGRAMMING IN THE TUMOR MICROENVIRONMENT SUPPORTS CANCER GROWTH AND IMMUNE EVASION.

Deepak Nagrath, Ph.D. and Venkat Keshamouni, Ph.D.

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METABOLIC ENGINEERING OF CAR-NK CELLS 

Lori L. Isom, Ph.D. and Jack M Parent, M.D.

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CARDIAC MECHANISMS OF SUDDEN UNEXPECTED DEATH IN EPILEPSY

Nils G. Walter, Ph.D. and Melanie Ohi, Ph.D.

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UNDERSTANDING THE CROSS-COUPLING OF BACTERIAL RNA POLYMERASE AND RIBOSWITCHES

Durga Singer M.A., M.D. and Ormond MacDougald, Ph.D. and Darleen Sandoval, Ph.D.

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BARIATRIC SURGERY EFFECTS ON MYELOPOIESIS, MARROW ADIPOSE TISSUE AND BONE HEALTH

Bethany Moore, Ph.D. and Katherine Ann Gallagher M.D.

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Project 1: ROLE OF TLR4 AND NOTCH SIGNALING IN DIABETIC WOUND HEALING
Project 2: ROLE OF PROSTAGLANDIN PATHWAY IN DIABETIC WOUND HEALING 

Mara Duncan, Ph.D. and Pierre Coulombe, Ph.D.

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INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF MEMBRANE TRAFFIC IN SKIN DISORDERS

Kristen Verhey, Ph.D. and Michael Cianfrocco, Ph.D.

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REGULATION OF MICROTUBULE-DEPENDENT TRANSPORT BY THE TUBULIN CODE

Ryoma Ohi, Ph.D. and David Sept, Ph.D.

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THE A, B, AND C’S OF THE TUBULIN CODE: PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF TUBULIN PTMS AND THEIR READERS

Roman Giger, Ph.D. and Geoffrey G. Murphy, Ph.D.

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THE ROLE OF AXONAL GUIDANCE PROTEINS IN NEURODEVELOPMENT AND DISEASE.

Geoffrey G. Murphy, Ph.D. and Jack M Parent, M.D.

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CELLULAR MODELS OF SEIZURE RELATED DISORDERS.

Daniel A. Lawrence, Ph.D. and Geoffrey G. Murphy, Ph.D.

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THE NEUROVASCULAR UNIT AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE. 

Melvin McInnis, M.D.and Emily Mower Provost and Santiago Schnell, DPhil

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mHealth Mood Affect Physiology in Bipolar Disorder (MAP-BD)

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