- Synergy Grant Program
Synergy Grant Program
2023 Synergy Grant applications are now closed; be on the lookout for updates about the next round of 2025 grants in Fall 2024.
Established in 2019, the Synergy Grant program aims to connect faculty from different domains, through science and innovation. Studies funded demonstrate new synergistic collaboration as well as potential for external funding. PSOM is pleased to support these awards, in 2023, in conjunction with funding from SEAS and CHOP.
All dates are subject to change
Congratulations to our 2023 Synergy Grant Awardees! :
"Defining how neurons and astrocytes execute quality control in response to proteotoxic stress in
Sandra Maday, PhD; Department of Neuroscience
Kelvin Luk, PhD; Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
"Developing a novel mRNA-LNP therapy for treating HPV+ head and neck cancers"
Jianxin You, PhD; Department of Microbiology
Devraj Basu, MD/PhD; Department of Otorhinolaryngology
"Leveraging Biophysical Cues to Improve Cortical Organoid Viability and Maturation"
Isaac Chen, MD; Department of Neurosurgery
Christopher Madl, PhD; SEAS
"Spatial transcriptomic profiling of the sentinel lymph node to identify molecular determinants of tumor recurrence"
Alexander Huang, MD; Department of Medicine
Mingyao Li, PhD; Department of Biostatistics & Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Giorgos Karakousis, MD; Department of Surgery
"Swine Models for NAD+ Supplementation in Heart Failure"
Joseph A. Baur, PhD; Department of Physiology
Cory Michael Tschabrunn, PhD; Department of Medicine
"The epigenetic determinants of CAR T cell response to Diffuse Midline Glioma"
Jessica Foster, MD; CHOP
Richard Phillips, MD/PhD; Department of Genetics and Neurology
“Regression Discontinuity to Quantify Outcomes and Optimize Thresholds”
“Structural Biology of the Androgen Receptor and its Complexes”
Trevor Penning, PhD; Departments of Systems Pharmacology & Translational Therapeutics, Biochemistry & Biophysics, Obstetrics & Gynecology
Gregory Van Duyne, PhD; Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
Vera Moiseenkova-Bell, PhD; Departments of Systems Pharmacology & Translational Therapeutics