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Research Fellowships
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FELLOWSHIP #18
Adam Kanack | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
The Medical College of Wisconsin

Prevention of NPC1 Ubiquitination as a Therapeutic Target for Niemann-Pick Type C Disease


FELLOWSHIP #17
Ofer Moldavski, PhD| Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
The University of California, Berkley, CA

New Perspective on Niemann-Pick type C Disease as an mTORC1 Dependent Metabolic Disease


FELLOWSHIP #16
Xuntian Jiang, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Development of a Diagnostic Test and Newborn Screen for Niemann-Pick C Disease


FELLOWSHIP #15
Andrew Munkacsi, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Bridge Funding
Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY (Year 1)
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Defining the Molecular Basis of HDAC Inhibitors to treat Murine, Feline, and Human Models of NPC


FELLOWSHIP #14
Gizely Andrade | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY
Developing Neurophysiological Outcome Measures for Treatment Assessment in Niemann-Pick type C (NPC) Disease


FELLOWSHIP #13
Xuntian Jiang, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Development of a Diagnostic Test and Newborn Screen for Niemann-Pick C Disease


FELLOWSHIP #12
Kanagaraj Subramanian | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA
Roadmap for Drug Development for Niemann-Pick Disease


FELLOWSHIP #11
Deepti Gadi, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
Weill College of Cornell University, New York, NY
Understanding the cellular mechanism of HDAC inhibitors for the treatment of NPC disease


FELLOWSHIP #10
Stephanie M. Cologna, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
National Institute of Health, Bethseda, MD
Differential Protein Expression Profiling in Cerebrospinal Fluid from Niemann-Pick Disease, type C1 Patients


FELLOWSHIP #9
Lluis Samaranch Gusi, PhD | Edward H. Schuchman Fellowship
University of California, San Francisco, CA
AAV9-Mediated Human Acid Sphingomyelinase Expression in Nonhuman Primate Brain: Preclinical Development of Gene Therapy for Niemann-Pick Disease Type A


FELLOWSHIP #8
Andrew Munkacsi, PhD  | Peter G. Pentchev Research Bridge Funding
Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY (Year 1)
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Defining the Molecular Basis of HDAC Inhibitors to treat Murine, Feline, and Human Models of NPC


FELLOWSHIP #7
Dorothea Maetzel, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Cambridge, MA
In Vitro modelling of Niemann-Pick type C Disease Using Patient-Specific Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells


FELLOWSHIP #6
Nicholas Cianciola, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Activation of an Alternative Cholesterol Homeostatic Mechanism in NPC


FELLOWSHIP #5
Fabrizio Vacca, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
University of Geneva, Switzerland
Analysis of Cholesterol Export from Purified Endosomes in NPC Cellular Models


FELLOWSHIP #4
Ian Williams, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
University of Oxford, UK
Neurobiology of Purkinje Cells in NPC1


FELLOWSHIP #3
Nobutaka Ohgami, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
Dartmouth Medical School,  Hanover, NH
Demonstration of NPC1 as a Lipid Binding Protein in Vitro


FELLOWSHIP #2
Heng-Ling Liou, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey -Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, NJ
The Role of NPC2 (Niemann-Pick Disease Type C2) Protein in Lysosomal Cholesterol Trafficking


FELLOWSHIP #1
Amit Kumar Choudhury, PhD | Peter G. Pentchev Research Fellowship
Mayo Clinic and Foundation; Rochester, MN
Reduction of Lipid Accumulation in Niemann-Pick Fibroblasts by Modulation of Membrane Trafficking