CTMR Pilot Grant Recipient Dr. Farid Moussavi-Harami awarded NIH R01 Grant

CTMR Pilot Grant Recipient Dr. Farid Moussavi-Harami awarded NIH R01 Grant

A huge congratulations to 2020 CTMR pilot grant recipient Farid Moussavi-Harami, MD, who recently received a Notice of Award for his first NIH R01 grant! An Assistant Professor with the UW Medicine’s Division of Cardiology, Dr. Moussavi Harami’s CTMR pilot grant study focused on the genetic mutations, such as dilated cardiomyopathy, impacted contractile force in…

Thurs 2/17: Talk by Jolanda van der Velden, PhD of VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam

Thurs 2/17: Talk by Jolanda van der Velden, PhD of VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam

Join us for the Breakfast Club talk this upcoming Thursday, February 17, 202; 9:00 – 10:00 AM by Dr. Jolanda van der Velden professor and chair at VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam. The talk, hosted by hosted by Dr. Michael Regnier (Dept. of Bioengineering), will occur both in person at the Orin Smith Auditorium, SLU…

CTMR Pilot Funding Available – Deadline Feb 16th

CTMR Pilot Funding Available – Deadline Feb 16th

Proposals to the Pilot Grant program of the UW Center for Translational Muscle Research (CTMR) are now being accepted. This program supports the development of exciting new muscle research by enabling investigators to obtain preliminary data needed to apply for follow-on funding and receive training in new skills. Funding up to $25,000 (direct costs) is available. Applications are due…

CTMR 2021 Symposium Schedule and Registration

The finalized schedule for the University of Washington Center for Translational Muscle Research (CTMR) symposium is now available.  It will be a fully virtual event again this year, via Zoom, on the afternoon of Monday, November 1 (12-5pm PT) and the morning of Tuesday, November 2 (8am-1pm PT). Our Keynote speakers are Rong Tian, Director of the UW Mitochondria…

Dr. Nagana Gowda’s CTMR Pilot Project leads to R01 Grant Award

Dr. Nagana Gowda’s CTMR Pilot Project leads to R01 Grant Award

Dr. Nagana Gowda, CTMR Investigator and Research Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine, has been awarded an NIH Research Project Grant (R01) thanks in part to CTMR Pilot Grant support. Dr. Gowda’s awarded project is entitled “Quantitative Analysis of Labile Metabolites in Biological Samples” and focuses on addressing the current lack…