Funding

Funding for The Jackson Laboratory Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in the Basic Biology of Aging

  • Peters, LL. “Shock Center for Aging Research at the Jackson Laboratory”
    NIH P30 AG038070, 08/15/10-06/30/15
  • Harrison, DE. “Shock Center for Aging Research at the Jackson Laboratory”
    NIH P30 AG025707, 01/07/05-06/30/10.

External funding for aging-related work at The Jackson Laboratory*

Active Grants

  • Ackert-Bicknell, CL. “Co-localizing Quantitative Trait Loci for Bone Mineral Density and HDL in Mice”, NIH 1 R01AR060234, 09/20/10-05/31/15.
  • Bogue, MA. “Mouse Phenome Project”, NIH R01 DA028420, 04/01/10-02/28/15.
  • Chang, B. “Mouse Models that Share Phenotypic Characteristics with Age Related Macular Degeneration”, Macula Vision Research Foundation, 01/01/10 – 12/31/12.
  • Churchill, GA. “Aging Research Using the Diversity Outbred Mice”, Senior Scholar Award, Ellison Medical Foundation, AG-SS-2502-10, 09/29/10-09/28/14.
  • Dai, C. “The Roles of the Stress Response in Aging and Age-Related Diseases in Humans”, Ellison Medical Foundation, AG-NS-0599-09, 06/15/09-06/14/13.
  • Harrison, DE. “Interventions that Retard Mammalian Aging”, NIH U01 AG022308, 07/01/09-06/30/14.
  • Harrison, DE. “Lifespan Extension Despite Greatly Elevated Insulin and Body Fat”, NIH R01 AG032333A, 02/01/10-01/31/15.
  • Harrison, DE. “Genetic Definition of Mechanisms by which Rapamycin Retards Mammalian Aging”, NIH R01 AG038560, 08/01/11-07/31/16.
  • Hibbs MA and Ackert-Bicknell CL (Multiple PI). “Genetics of Osteoblast Differentiation”, NIH R21 AR060981, 03/15/11-03/15/13.
  • Paigen, B. “Testing Genes that May Affect Lifespan”, Ellison Medical Foundation, Senior Scholar Award AG-SS-2311-09, 10/01/09-9/30/13.
  • Sundberg, JP. “Pathology of the Laboratory Mouse”, NIH R13 RR17436, 07/25/02-06/30/13.
  • Sundberg, JP. “Genetics of alopecia areata in the C3H/HeJ mouse”, NIH R01 AR054407, 07/10/10-06/30/15.
  • Sundberg, JP (Co-Investigator). “Electronic Access to Mouse Tumor Data”, NIH R01 CA089713, 02/21/06-12/31/14.
  • Yuan, R. “Genetic Regulation of Circulating IGF1”, NIH R21 AG034349, 04/01/10-03/31/13.

Completed Grants

  • Ackert-Bicknell, CL. “The effects of allelic variation in Pparg on skeletal metabolism”, NIH pre-doctoral fellowship, F31 AG030910, 07/07/07-01/04/08 (closed).
  • Ackert-Bicknell, CL. “Examination of co-inheritance of bone mineral density, IGF1, and lifespan”, NIH post-doctoral fellowship in aging, NIH 1 F32 AG034019, 03/09/09-01/03/11.
  • Donahue, LR. “Repositing of the LXS Recombinant Inbred Lines”, NIH AG-IA-0210-08, 01/01/09-12/31/09.
  • Donahue, LR. “Repositing of the LXS Recombinant Inbred Lines”, NIH R24 AA013162 (University of Colorado), 03/01/09-12/31/09.
  • Graber, JH. “A Chromosome 10 QTL Associated with IGF-1 and Bone Mass”, NIH R01 AR053853A (Maine Medical Center), 06/01/09-05/31/11.
  • Harrison, DE. “Testing the hypothesis that regulation of female reproductive senescence is cell autonomous”, Senior Scholar Award, Ellison Medical Foundation, AG-SS-1975-07, 10/01/07-09/30/11.
  • Harrison, DE. “How insulin/IGF-1 deficiencies retard mammalian aging”, NIH R01 AG026074, 04/01/07-03/31/12.
  • Harrison, DE. “Hematopoietic Stem Cells (HSCs) as Juvenile Protective Factors that Alter Aging.”, NIH R01 AG032680A, 09/30/09-08/8/12.
  • Johnson, KR. “Genetics of Age-related Hearing Loss”, NIH R01 DC005827B, 12/01/06-11/03/11.
  • Korstanje, R. “Identifying Kidney Disease Genes Through Mutagenesis”, NIH R01 DK069381, 08/15/05-07/31/10.
  • Marin de Evsikova, C. “Early Environmental Contributions to Adult-Onset Obesity”, NIH R21 DK073267, 05/01/06-06/01/09.
  • Marin de Evsikova, C. Full trainee scholarship from Ellison Medical Foundation to participate in Molecular Biology of Aging Course, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA, 07/23/11-08/13/11.
  • Mills, KD. “DNA Damage and Aging: Dissecting the Genetic Basis of Aging as a Complex Trait”, New Scholar Award, Ellison Medical Foundation, AG-NS-0336-06, 12/01/06-11/30/10.
  • Paigen, B. “Integrative Center for Genetic Regulation of Aging (Infrastructure proposal)”, Ellison Medical Foundation AG-IA-0204-05, 12/31/08.
  • Paigen, B. “Glenn Award for Research in Biological Methods of Aging” Glenn Foundation for Medical Research, 03/14/08-03/13/10.
  • Paigen, B. “Health Improvement and Cost Reduction in Animal Facilities”, NIH R24 RR012552-07, 09/30/98-03/21/12.
  • Paigen, B. “New Genetic Tools to Accelerate Aging Research”, Ellison Medical Foundation, AG-IA-0049-04, 10/31/07.
  • Paigen, K. “New Genetic Strategies in the Study of Aging”, Senior Scholar Award, Ellison Medical Foundation AG-SS-1631-06, 10/02/06-10/01/10.
  • Petkov, PM. “Search for Genes Involved in Arthritis Pathogenesis”, NIH R21 AR055181, 07/01/08-05/31/10.
  • Petkova, SB. “Identification of Genetic Factors that Regulate Immune Aging”, Ellison Medical Foundation, (closed).
  • Shultz, LD. “Glenn Award for Research in Biological Methods of Aging”, Glenn Foundation for Medical Research, 08/01/07-07/31/09.
  • Sundberg, JP. “Mouse Aging Pathology Infrastructure Program”, Ellison Medical Foundation, AG-IA-0201, 12/01/05-11/30/09.
  • Tsaih, SW. “Glenn Award for Research in Biological Methods of Aging”, Glenn Foundation for Medical Research, 02/01/08-01/31/10.
  • Tsaih, SW. “Causal Factors in Mouse Models of Aging.” Ellison Medical Foundation, AG-NS-0421-07, 07/01/07-07/31/11.
  • Woychik, R. “Integrative Center for Genetic Regulation of Aging (Infrastructure proposal)”, Ellison Medical Foundation, AG-IA-0204-05, 01/01/06-12/31/08, (closed).
  • Yuan, R. “Genetic Regulation of Circulating IGF1”, NIH R21 AG034349, 04/01/10-03/31/11.

*From the establishment of The Jackson Laboratory Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in the Basic Biology of Aging to present.