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Call for Proposals for Scientific Research and Technological Development Projects in all Scientific Domains - 2010

Health Sciences - Developmental Biology

    Painel de Avaliação da área das Ciências da Saúde - 2010
  • Robert Hofstra
  • Christoph Tang
  • E.M. Hol
  • Louis Lemieux
  • Jean-Michel Bouler
  • Luca Mainardi
  • Maurice Zeegers
  • Francisco Bolumar
  • Stephen Paul Hilary Alexander
  • Jochen Klein
  • Ad Geurts van Kessel
  • Fernando Giraldez Orgaz
  • Humphrey Hodgson
  • Geert Martens
  • Gerard J te Meerman
  • Maxime GUYE
  • Bruno Bujoli
  • Andrew Westwell
  • Stephen Hiscox
  • Marc Bracke
  • Roberto Sassi
  • Anna Maria Bianchi
  • Raymond Macallister
  • Herman Waldmann
  • Carlos Fitzsimons
  • Willem Kamphuis
  • Martin Prins
  • Dagmar Fischer
  • Miguel Delgado
  • Lionel Ginsberg
  • Derek Macallan
PTDC/SAU-BID/119627/2010

Uncover the molecular mechanism downstream of Dmrt2a/Terra that coordinates symmetry versus asymmetry along the left-right axis. Maria Leonor Tavares Saúde, Instituto de Medicina Molecular João lobo Antunes (IMM/FM/ULisboa). €109,755.

PTDC/SAU-BID/120130/2010

The laminin matrices of early skeletal muscle development: a changing tissue microenvironment regulating myogenic differentiation and morphogenesis. Solveig Thorsteinsdottir, Fundação da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, FP (FFC/FC/ULisboa). €99,755.

PTDC/SAU-BID/121459/2010

Regulating the pace of the Embryonic Clock: a step forward towards temporal control of cell differentiation. Raquel Gláucia Varzielas Pego de Andrade, Universidade do Minho (UM). €99,755.

PTDC/SAU-BID/121846/2010

The V2 domain of the spinal cord as a model to study neuronal fate decisions. Domingos Manuel Pinto Henrique, Instituto de Medicina Molecular João lobo Antunes (IMM/FM/ULisboa). €139,755.