Awarded Grants

The ODC offers over 50 grant opportunities in 30+ disease areas annually to researchers across the globe, as well as within the Penn and CHOP communities. Since 2011, our grant programs have funded $17.2 million in rare disease research.

See below for a complete list of ODC-awarded grants since 2011. 

Full list of CDKL5 Program of Excellence Awardees

Awarded Grants

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Awardee Project Title Institution Grant Amount Funding Year
Philip Stork, MD Are Raf dimers targets for therapeutic intervention in RASopathies? Oregon Health & Sciences University MDBR - RASopathies $44,000 2016
Tonis Timmusk Identification of direct target genes of TCF4 in neurons Tallinn University of Technology MDBR - Pitt Hopkins $51,000 2016
Carrie Shawber, PhD Identification of the Genetic Causes of Generalized Lymphatic Anomalies Columbia University Medical Center MDBR - GLA/GSD $101,000 2016
Silvana Zanlungo Impact on Niemann-Pick C disease of the cross-talk between the c-Abl and the TFEB signaling pathways Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile MDBR - NPC $51,000 2016
Christopher Stephen, MB, CHB Quantitative oculomotor assessment in Late-Onset Tay-Sachs Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School MDBR - Tay-Sachs $42,000 2016
Mara Riminucci Transgenic models of Fibrous dysplasia and models of intervetion Sapienza University of Rome MDBR - FD $74,000 2016
Peter Klein, MD Hematopoietic stem cell expansion to treat inherited bone marrow disorders University of Pennsylvania HTSC $110,000 2015
Maurizio Pacifici, PhD Drug Therapy for Hereditary Multiple Exostoses Children's Hospital of Philadelphia HTSC $109,548 2015
Daniel Rader, MD iPSC-derived hepatocytes as a model to screen and explore genes and mechanisms that ameliorate hepatic steatosis University of Pennsylvania HTSC $99,138 2015
J. Silvio Gutkind, PhD Development of next-gen animal models for fibrous dysplasia (FD)/McCune-Albright syndrome (MAS) University California San Diego, Moores Cancer Center MDBR - Fibrous Dysplasia $58,500 2015
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