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Collaborative Bridging Project Program

The Collaborative Bridging Project (CBP) program is a funding mechanism designed to encourage synergy via collaboration amongst BCBC investigators, as well as with scientists outside the BCBC. It is expected that these collaborative efforts will generate new reagents and resources or apply cutting-edge technology that has the potential to accelerate research relevant to the BCBC.

The RFA page for current program announcements is available.


2009-2010 CBP Collaboration Network

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Project Descriptions

Project team leaders are flagged with a yellow star, Team Leader.

Reagents for beta cell precursor identification (preBETA ID2)

Project Investigators:



Epigenetic Regulation of Endocrine Cell Transcription (ERECT)



Chromatin marks and mRNA expression in human pancreatic cell populations (EXHUM2)



Signal Activated Sentinels for beta-cell development and regeneration (SASSy4)



FRiendly Immunosuppression for ENDocrine regeneration (FRIEND)



Secreted Proteins from Endothelial cells for Endocrine Development (SPEED2)



Methylation Analysis of Pancreatic Lineage and Endoderm (MAPLE)

Project Investigators:



Nkx6.1-Induced alpha-cell Conversion & Enhanced beta-cell Regeneration (NICER)

Project Investigators:



BMP-Induced islet Growth (BIG)