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Funding

Current

Junior Faculty Scholar Award (Mace, PI)    

American Society for Hematology                 

The aim of this project is to understand the requirements for human NK cell development through the study of patients with primary immune deficiency.

Role: PI

1R01AI137073 (Mace, PI)                      

NIH/NIAID                                                    

Defining the Role of Cell Migration In Human NK Cell Differentiation

This proposal aims to define the poorly understood yet critical relationship between human NK cell migration

and differentiation.

1R01AI137275 (Mace, PI)                 

NIH/NIAID                                                

Determining the Role of the Replicative Helicase in Human NK Cell Development

The projects aims to define the requirement for the CMG complex and, more broadly, proliferation and cell

division in human NK cell development

Completed

Virginia L. Simmons Foundation Mini-Collaborative Fund (Mace, PI)                                   

The aim of this project was to apply novel imaging and image analysis techniques (multiplexed histology) to the study of human NK cell development.

Caroline Wiess Law Fund for Research in Molecular Medicine (Mace, PI)                          

The aim of this project was to generate an in vitro model to study the effect of helicase mutations on human NK cell development.

Texas Medical Center Digestive Diseases Center Pilot/Feasibility Project  (Mace, PI)       

The aim of this project was to determine the effect of gut microbiome colonization on innate immune cell development in the neonate