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One of the GCC’s most essential functions is bringing multiple institutions together to form powerful, domain-specific research consortia.

Organized by areas of interest, these focused partnerships catalyze interactions and provide a supportive environment for collaborative research programs requiring expertise beyond that which is possible by any single institution.

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Funding Opportunities

The Gulf Coast Consortia (GCC) is pleased to announce the RFA for the 2019 John S. Dunn Foundation Collaborative...

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Antimicrobial Resistance

A collaboration of leaders in antimicrobial resistance researchers from all of GCC institutions...

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Cellular and Molecular Biophysics

Molecular biophysics is a broad area of research that includes studies on macromolecular...

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Innovative Drug Discovery and Development

Formerly the John S. Dunn Gulf Coast Consortium for Chemical Genomics (GCC CG) which...

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Junior Faculty Resource Page

Between the Keck Center and our many Research Consortia, the GCC has many opportunities...

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Mental Health Research

The term “mental health” encompasses an extremely large landscape, including the classic psychiatric...

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NanoX

“Nano” encompasses a large array of research topics initially spearheaded by the National Nanotechnology...

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Regenerative Medicine

Developments in regenerative medicine are making it possible for patients or athletes to live...

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Rigor and Reproducibility

“Two of the cornerstones of science advancement are rigor in designing and performing scientific...

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Single Cell Omics

Single-cell omics is a rapidly growing new field that provides many advantages over traditional...

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Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience

The Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience (TCN) provides a mechanism and environment for interactions...

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Translational Imaging

Our goals for the Translational Imaging cluster are to expand our scope beyond MRI and...

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Translational Pain Research

The mission of the Gulf Coast Consortium for Translational Pain Research (GCC TPR) is to alleviate...

Executive Research Consortia Committee

Krešimir Josić, PhD

University of Houston

Chair
josic@math.uh.edu
(713)743-3485

Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience

Annemieke Kavelaars, PhD

MD Anderson Cancer Center

Vice Chair
akavelaars@mdanderson.org
(713)563-3216

Translational Pain Research
Cesar Arias, MD, PhD

UTHealth
cesar.arias@uth.tmc.edu
(713)500-6767

Antimicrobial Resistance

John Putkey, PhD

UTHealth
John.Putkey@uth.tmc.edu
(713)500-6061

Cellular and Molecular Biophysics
Stanley Watowich, PhD

UTMB
sjwatowi@utmb.edu
(409)747-4749

Innovative Drug Discovery and Development
Thomas Green, PhD 

UTMB
tom.green@utmb.edu
(409)747-7056

Mental Health Research
Cindy Farach-Carson, PhD

UTHealth
Mary.C.FarachCarson@uth.tmc.edu
(713)486-4438

Regenerative Medicine

Charles Cox, MD, PhD

UTHealth
Charles.S.Cox@uth.tmc.edu
(713)500-7300

Regenerative Medicine
Rui Chen, PhD

Baylor College of Medicine
ruichen@bcm.edu
(713)798-5194

Single Cell Omics
Robia Pautler, PhD

Baylor College of Medicine
rpautler@bcm.tmc.edu
(713)798-3892

Translational Imaging

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