ResearchMatch v1 Results

ResearchMatch v1

The deadline to apply to ResearchMatch v1 was May 1 2019 at 5pm EST.  Stay tuned for the next iteration of ResearchMatch.

From the original 37 ResearchMatch applications received, 18 projects successfully found a collaborator within the McGill community and submitted a joint ResearchMatch proposal. These projects were peer reviewed by the MiCM committee. 

With help from partners; Mi4 (McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and Immunity), LDI (Lady Davis Institute), RI-MUHC (The Research Institute of the MUHC) and the McGill Faculty of Medicine, MiCM was able to fund 9 ResearchMatch projects.

See below for the list of projects funded by ResearchMatch v1 (June 2019).

 

ResearchMatch Funded Projects

Applicants Title Funded by
Nicolas Cermakian & David Langlais Genome-wide circadian regulation of gene expression in T cells

McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine\McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and Immunity

Luda Diatchenko & Sahir Rai Bhatnagar Genomewide Mega-Analysis of high quality phenotyped cohorts of temporomandibular disorders McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine
Michael Witcher & Celia Greenwood New tools to characterize epigenomic reprogramming in cancer. Lady Davis Institute/McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine
Ariane Marelli & Yi Yang Quantitative modeling of the heart failure trajectories in patients with congenital heart disease

The Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre/McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine

Andrey Cybulsky & Amin Emad Signaling pathways and drug discovery in human glomerular diseases

The Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre/McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine

Amin Emad & William Pastor Identification of lineage-relevant transcriptional regulatory networks in human embryogenesis McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine
Stella Daskalopoulou & Nandini Dendukuri Quantification of the effect of SMOKing on artEriaL stiffnESS (SMOKELESS)  The Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre/McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine
Amin Emad & Simon Rousseau Artificial Intelligence-informed molecular profiling of the frequency of pulmonary exacerbations in Cystic Fibrosis

McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and Immunity/McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine

Yue Li & Audrey Grant Integrative approach to dissect regulatory circuitry of pain-related phenotypes McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine