Major Grant Awards

Research Stories

  • Dr. Sue Hammoud and the Michigan Center for Single-Cell Genomic Data Analytics team awarded $3.7 million
    Dr. Sue Hammoud and the Michigan Center for Single-Cell Genomic Data Analytics team received grants from the Open Philanthropy Project ($2.5 million) and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative ($1.2 million). The Open Philanthropy Project awarded a grant of $2.5 million over four years to the University of Michigan to support research by Drs. Sue Hammoud and Jun Li focused on development of gametes from stem cells. The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative awarded $1.2 million to Drs. Sue Hammoud, Jun Li, Erica Marsh and Ariella Shikanov to establish a human cell atlas of the female reproductive system, focusing on the ovaries, fallopian tube, and uterus.
  • Midwest Big Data Hub transitions to second phase with new NSF award
    The National Science Foundation recently announced a second phase of funding for its regional Big Data Innovation Hub program, which comprises a growing network of partners investing in data and data sciences to address grand challenges for society and science.
  • More External Grant Awards
    Read more on the grants awarded to MIDAS faculty
  • Passive Suicidal Ideation May Be Underestimated Among Older Americans
    Work by MIDAS affiliated faculty member, Dr. Rich Gonzalez, and team is mentioned in the article, Passive Suicidal Ideation May Be Underestimated Among Older Americans.
  • Higher Prostate Cancer Death Risk Among Blacks May Be Tied to Socioeconomics
    Work by MIDAS affiliated faculty member, Matthew Schipper, et al. is the subject of the article "Higher Prostate Cancer Death Risk Among Blacks May Be Tied to Socioeconomics".
  • Hepatitis C Transmission in Young People who Inject Drugs: Insights Using a Dynamic Model Informed by State Public Health Surveillance
    Work by MIDAS affiliated faculty member, Dr. Marisa Eisenberg, et al. "Hepatitis C transmission in young people who inject drugs: Insights using a dynamic model informed by state public health surveillance" was published in Epidemics: The Journal of Infectious Disease Dynamics, June 2019.

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