Wu lab research has been funded by following institutes listed below. We appreciate very much their generosity and support. If you are interested in supporting Wu lab research to battle brain diseases, please contact Long-Jun Wu directly.  


National Institutes of Health R01 grant (NINDS, R01NS112144)

09/01/2019-07/31/2024, PI (Worrell, Wang, Wu)                                                 

Title: Glial mechanisms of electric brain stimulation


National Institutes of Health R01 grant (NINDS, R01NS088627)

05/01/2014-02/29/2024, PI (Wu)                                                 

Title: The role of microglia in epilepsy


National Institutes of Health R21 grant (NIDCR, R21DE025689)

07/01/2016-08/31/2019, PI (Wu)                                                 

Title: Studying microglial function using cell ablation approaches


National Institutes of Health R21 grant (NIMH, R21MH108994)

08/01/2016-07/31/2018, PI (Kusnecov)                                                 

Title: Role of orphanin in the behavioral and neuroinflammatory response to stress


New Jersey CSCR Exploratory Research grant (CSCR15ERG015)

07/01/2015-06/30/2017, PI (Wu)

Title: The role of Hv1 proton channel in secondary spinal damage and central neuropathic pain after spinal cord injury


Lundbeck USA Seed Fund

02/01/2015-01/31/2016, PI (Wu)

Title: The role of microglial P2X7 in neuropathic pain


Michael J Fox Foundation Target Validation Grant

12/01/2013-11/30/2015, PI (Richardson & Wu)

Title: Target voltage-gated proton channel Hv1 for neuroprotection


American Heart Association Scientist Development Grant (11SDG7340011)

07/01/2011-06/30/2015, PI (Wu)

Title: Voltage-gated proton channel, Hv1, contributes to brain damage in ischemic stroke