Research Grants: Dr. Sanford Bernstein's Lab Personnel Home Page

Research Funding that has allowed Dr. Bernstein and his personnel to continue researching through out the years:


2015-2020 National Cancer Institute Training Grant, "Research Education Core: SDSU/UCSD Cancer Center Comprehensive Partnership"

2013-2018 National Institutes of Health Research Grant "Mechanism of Myosin Chaperone UNC-45: Structural, Functional & Genetic Approaches"

2013-2017 National Institutes of Health Research Grant "Genetics and Molecular Biology of Striated Muscle Myosin"

2012-2014 National Institutes of Health Research Grant "Mechanistic basis and potential therapies for myosin storage myopathy"

2012-2015 Muscular Dystrophy Association Research Grant "Disease mechanism and therapy development for inclusion body myopathy type 3"

2008-2017 National Institutes of Health Minority Biomedical Research Support Grant: "SDSU Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (SDSU IMSD)(William Tong, PI; Sanford Bernstein, co-PI)".

2008-2011 National Institutes of Health Research Grant "Structure of the UNC-45 Chaperone and its Interaction with Skeletal Muscle Myosin"

2008-2010 Muscular Dystrophy Association Research Grant "Disease mechanism and therapy development for inclusion body myopathy type 3"

1983-2013 National Institutes of Health Research Grants "Genetics and Molecular Biology of Drosophila Myosin"

1984-2006 Muscular Dystrophy Association Research Grants "Analysis and Importance of Muscle Gene Clustering"; "Molecular Genetic Analysis of Thick Filament Function"; "Probing Muscle Function by Genetic Suppression of Myopathies"; "Analysis and Amelioration of Defective Protein Folding in Skeletal Muscle"

1991-2007 National Institutes of Health Minority Biomedical Research Support Grant (Vernon Avila, PI.)

1994-97 NATO Collaborative Research Grant

1996-2000; 2001-2006 National Institutes of Health Research Grant "Role of the Myosin 'Hinge' Region in Contraction"

1997-2000 National Science Foundation Research Grant "Functional Analysis of Miniparamyosin in vivo"


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