Other Research Outcomes

Australian Medical Research Future Fund awarded to FPWR funded researcher David Godler

FPWR funds often help investigators develop a new line of research, obtaining the preliminary results needed to compete for larger, multi-year grants from the NIH in the United Stated, and similar organizations in other countries. Many of our researchers have been awarded these larger grants as a...

2nd NIH Grant awarded to FPWR funded researcher Yong-Hui Jiang

FPWR funds often help investigators develop a new line of research, obtaining the preliminary results needed to compete for larger, multi-year grants from the NIH and other organizations. Many of our researchers have been awarded these larger grants as a result of FPWR's seed investment and support.

FRM grant awarded to FPWR funded researcher Jerome Cavaille

FPWR funds often help investigators develop a new line of research, obtaining the preliminary results needed to compete for larger, multi-year grants from the NIH and other organizations. Many of our researchers have been awarded these larger grants as a result of FPWR’s seed investment and support.

American Diabetes Association Grant Awarded to FPWR funded researcher James Hougland

FPWR funds often help investigators develop a new line of research, obtaining the preliminary results needed to compete for larger, multi-year grants from the NIH and other organizations. Many of our researchers have been awarded these larger grants as a result of FPWR’s seed investment and support.

NIH Grant awarded to FPWR funded researcher Robert Nicholls

FPWR funds often help investigators develop a new line of research, obtaining the preliminary results needed to compete for larger, multi-year grants from the NIH and other organizations. Many of our researchers have been awarded these larger grants as a result of FPWR’s seed investment and support.

ISF (Israeli Science Foundation) Grant awarded to FPWR funded researcher Yossi Tam

FPWR funds often help investigators develop a new line of research, obtaining the preliminary results needed to compete for larger, multi-year grants from the NIH and other organizations. Many of our researchers have been awarded these larger grants as a result of FPWR’s seed investment and support.

NIH Grant awarded to FPWR funded researcher Yong-Hui Jiang

FPWR funds often help investigators develop a new line of research, obtaining the preliminary results needed to compete for larger, multi-year grants from the NIH and other organizations. Many of our researchers have been awarded these larger grants as a result of FPWR’s seed investment and...

Induced pluripotent (iPS) cells

FPWR supported the creation of the first iPS cells from individuals with PWS, establishing a critical resource for the PWS research community.  This valuable resource will will help researchers determine how PWS cells are different from typical cells, and will provide a platform to test small...

PWS Resource Development

FPWR recognizes that supplying researchers with the tools to conduct their studies is critical for accelerating progress, and thus, we have invested in the development of several models of PWS.

NIH Grant awarded to FPWR funded researcher Frederic Chedin

FPWR funds often help investigators develop a new line of research, obtaining the preliminary results needed to compete for larger, multi-year grants from the NIH and other organizations. Many of our researchers have been awarded these larger grants as a result of FPWR's seed investment and support.