Projects in the BI Pilot Program

  • Rapid, Systematic Identification of Genomic Regulatory Elements Controlling Region- and Neuron-Subtype-Specific Gene Expression in Mammalian Brain, David Anderson, PI. 2004-2006.
  • Automated High-Throughput Behavior Capture and Screening, Alan Barr, PI. 2004-2009
  • Development of Cryoelectron Tomography as a General Method to Image Complex Biochemical Reactions, Grant Jensen, PI. 2004-2007 (became the Beckman Resource Center for Transmission Electron Microscopy).
  • Hybridization Chain Reaction, Niles Pierce, PI. 2005-2013 (became the Programmable Molecular Technology Center).
  • Coupled Flow Cytometry and Isotope-ratio Mass Spectrometry, Alex Sessions, PI. 2005-2009.
  • Spin-Polarized Molecules for Structural and Systems Biology, Dan Weitekamp, PI. 2006-2009.
  • Sequence Census Assays for Genome-Wide Gene Network Studies, Barbara Wold, PI. 2008-2009 (became the Functional Genomics Resource Center).
  • Molecular Sensor Foundry, Christina Smolke, PI. 2008-2009 (PI left Caltech).
  • A New Method for High-Throughput Production of Monoclonal Antibodies Against All Cell Surface and Secreted Proteins Within a Species, Kai Zinn, PI. 2011-2015.
  • Beckman Institute Optogenetics Neuroscience Initiative and CLARITY Center (BIONICenter), Viviana Gradinaru, PI. 2012-2015 (became the CLOVER Resource Center).
  • Neuro/Nano Large Scale Integration, Michael Roukes and Thanos Siapas, PIs. 2013-2016.
  • Super-resolution Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization Microscopy, Long Cai, PI. 2013-2016.
  • Neurotechnology, Markus Meister, PI, Daniel Wagenaar, Director. 2016-2019.