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Congratulations to the 2016 Schulich Equipment AID Grant recipients

Ten applications have been funded through the latest Schulich Equipment AID (Advancement, Improvement, Development) Grant competition.

The Schulich Equipment AID program provides Schulich Medicine & Dentistry faculty with a mechanism to acquire, develop or improve equipment directly used for research that they cannot obtain through other funding channels. This program aims to also catalyze collaborative research for Schulich Medicine & Dentistry across many disciplines. The focus of this competition was on repairing/replacing of aging equipment within the faculty.

Congratulations to this year’s recipients:

Imaging system for Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
PI: Subrata Chakrabarti (Pathology and Laboratory Medicine)
Co-PIs: Joan Knoll, Zia Khan, Lisa Cameron, Martin Duennwald and Christopher Howlett (Pathology and Laboratory Medicine)

Variable-speed mutlitple-purpose refrigerated microcentrifuge for molecular biology experiments
PI: Wing-Yiu Choy (Biochemistry)

Epidermal integrity and transformation: from cell biology to therapies
PI: Lina Dagnino (Physiology and Pharmacology)
Co-PIs: Peter Stathopulos and Silvia Penuela (Physiology and Pharmacology)

In vivo Imaging of Cell-based lmmunotherapies
PI: Greg Dekaban (Robarts Research Institute/Medical Biophysics)
Co-PI: Paula Foster (Robarts Research Institute/Medical Biophysics)

Repairs and Upgrades to the Transgenic and Gene Targeting Facility
PI: Fred Dick (Biochemistry)
Co-PI: Chris Pin (Paediatrics)

Microbiology CSLII equipment repair
PI: David Heinrichs (Microbiology and Immunology)

Replacement Preparative Centrifuge for Multi-User Facility
PI: David Litchfield (Biochemistry)
Co-PIs: Eric Ball, Stan Dunn, Gary Shaw and Brian Shilton (Biochemistry)

Inverted Microscope to Evaluate the Health and Morphology of Cells in Culture
PI: Jane Rylett (Robarts Research Institute/Physiology and Pharmacology)

OpenSPR Instrument to Enable Studies of Macromolecular Interactions
PI: Brian Shilton (Biochemistry)
Co-PIs: Stan Dunn (Biochemistry) and Marco Prado (Robarts Research Institute/Physiology and Pharmacology)

Urgent Replacement of a -86C FORMA 957 400BX 208-230V
PI: Andrew Watson (Physiology and Pharmacology)
Co-PIs: Dean Betts and Dan Hardy (Physiology and Pharmacology)