Below is a listing of the Predictive ADME/Tox projects funded during the Molecular Libraries (ML) Pilot phase.
Information on Funded Research from all the ML initiatives can be found in the Funded Research section of the website.
Please note: This Predictive ADME/Tox Initiative will not continue into the Production Phase of Molecular Libraries, so there are no current funding opportunities available.
Predictive ADME/Toxicology Funded Research
|PI Name||Institution Name||Title|
|Benet, Leslie Z||University of California San Francisco||Transporter-Enzyme Interplay Evaluation via Microfluidic HTS Cell Culture Devices|
|Ganey, Patricia E||Michigan State University||Gene Expression in Drug-inflammation Models as Predictive of Idiosyncratic ADRs|
|Haystead, Timothy A||Duke University||Proteome Mining as a Predicitve Tool of Drug Toxicity|
|Macrae, Calum A||Massachusetts General Hospital||Zebrafish Assays Predictive for Drug-Induced Cardiac Repolarization Toxicity PS-149|
|Sumner, Susan J||Research Triangle Institute||Metabolomics: Markers of Drug-Induced Liver Injury|
|Tropsha, Alexander E||University of North Carolina Chapel Hill||Robust computational framework for predictive ADME-Tox Modeling|
|Zacharewski, Timothy R||Michigan State University||Human Stem Cells for Toxicity Screening|