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 Grants

   Current Support

  • photoNational Institutes of Health, “OmniSearch: A semantic tool for discovering microRNAs’ critical roles in human cancers,” NIH/NCI U01CA180982, 08/01/2014 – 07/31/2018, $0.91M, Role: Principal Investigator (Single PI) .
  • photoNational Science Foundation, “MRI: Acquisition of Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope System for Investigation and Characterization of Complex, Nanoscale Systems,” NSF CBET-1428312, 08/15/2014 – 07/31/2017, $1M, Role: Senior Personnel (PI: Srinivas Palanki).

   Completed Projects

  • USA Faculty Development Council Grant, “Knowledge Sharing in MiRNA Target Prediction,” 05/27/2011 – 05/26/2012, Role: Principal Investigator.
  • Department of Energy HERE Program, “Event-Driven Semantic Decision Support System based on CO-EDS (Cybersecurity Ontologies for Energy Delivery Systems),” 05/15/2012 – 08/10/2012, Role: Principal Investigator.
  • USA Cancer Research Fund, “Discovery of Cancer Genome Mutations using Multi-Layered Vector Spaces Model,” 08/01/2011 – 07/31/2012, Role: Co-Principal Investigator.

   Pending and In-Preparation Grants

  • NIH NCI Advanced Development of Informatics Technologies for Cancer Research and Management (NCI ITCR U24), “OmniSearch Plus: a semantics-driven informatics tool to facilitate unraveling critical roles of non-coding RNA regulations in human cancers,” Role: Principal Investigator.
  • NIH NCI Integration and Validation of Emerging Technologies to Accelerate Cancer Research Program (R33), “Area A: A semantic search and analysis software tool to facilitate the elucidation of long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) regulations in human cancers,” Role: Principal Investigator.
  • NIH NCI Advanced Development of Informatics Technologies for Cancer Research and Management (NCI ITCR U24), “Tools for model-driven clinical data normalization for cancer research,” Role: Co-Investigator and site PI.

Dr. Jingshan Huang
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