Awardees

  • Ellen Acosta

    Project: The Spatiotemporal Dynamics of the Human Skin Microbiome in Health and Disease

  • Chloe Cavanaugh

    Project: Mechanism and potential therapeutic inhibition of HCMV-induced telomerase activation

  • Kathryn Edin

    • Kathryn Edin
      • William Church Osborn Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School
      • Co-director of The Bendheim-Thoman Center for Research on Child Wellbeing (CRCW)
    • Phone: (410) 516-6261
    • Email: kedin@princeton.edu
    • Office: Wallace Hall 151
    • Website: www.twodollarsaday.com/

    Principal Investigator

    NJ ACTS Project: Housing and Health in New Jersey’s Capital City

  • Esteban Engel

    NJ ACTS Project: Structural and Functional Mapping of Islet β-Cell Sensory Innervation

  • Zemer Gitai

    NJ ACTS Project: A FRET-based HTS to identify antibacterial drug leads targeting ternary complex formation in E.coli

  • Susan Leggett

    Project: The Effects of Cell-Level Heterogeneity on Cancer Invasion and Metastasis

  • Camden MacDowell

    ​​​​​​Project: Understanding Thalamic Control of Information Flow in the Brain and Mechanisms of Therapeutic Stimulation 

     

  • Catherine Jensen Peña

    NJ ACTS Project: Pain as a Trigger for Opioid Dependence in the Context of Epigenetic Susceptibility

  • Tom Zajdel

    Project: Programming Cell Migration for Wound Healing