Eladio Marquez, Ph.D.

Eladio Marquez, Ph.D.

Associate Research Scientist

Farmington, CT

Utilizes high-resolution genome-wide open chromatin maps to study the mechanistic basis for differences in healthy immune responses of young and elder patients.

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Grants, honors and accomplishments

Grants

Building, understanding and applying a dictionary of genetic effects, National Institutes of Health R01 GM094424. 2010-2014. $1,594,731. PIs: Dr. David Houle, Dr. Ian Dworkin. 

The dictionary of genetic effects and the language of morphology, National Science Foundation DEB-0950002. 2010-2014. $ $688,197. PIs: Dr. David Houle, Dr. Eladio Márquez. 

Phylogenetic persistence of modularity of the rodent skull, National Science Foundation DDIG 0407570. 2004. $11,995. PIs: Dr. Miriam Zelditch, Eladio Márquez. • Hinsdale Fellowship, University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. 2004. $1,870. 

Assessing developmental constraints: isolating the developmental and adaptive components of covariance patterns, Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Fellowship of Graduate Student Travel. 2003. $2,000. 

Fellowship to support Undergraduate thesis. Department of Professional Studies, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela. 1996. Bs. 100,000 (approx. $340 at 1996 exchange rate).

Honors and accomplishments

Fellowship to support Ph.D. studies at University of Michigan granted by the Direction for Professorial Development, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas, Venezuela (2000-2002). 

Educational Credit for Ph.D. studies from Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho Foundation, Caracas, Venezuela (2000). 

Honorable mention for undergraduate thesis, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas, Venezuela (1997). 

Scholarship for undergraduate studies from Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho Foundation, Caracas, Venezuela (1993).