Grants Awarded



Click on any project title for a more detailed description of the project. For more information about any of these awards (e.g., PI contact information or associated publications), please use the corresponding project number to search for information at the NIH Reporter website. Consistent with NIH policy, abstracts are not available for projects receiving their first award within the past year, so descriptions provided below are from the NCI program director.

New FY2016 awards will be posted as they are issued.

Yearsort ascending Award Type Project # RFA # PI/Project Leader Institution Title
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-003 NECHAEV, SERGEI UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA Transcriptome profiling of highly degraded specimens through global analysis of short RNA fragments
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WONG, WESLEY PHILIP BOSTON CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL Single-molecule mechanical detection of protein and microRNA cancer biomarkers
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 LEVINSON, NICHOLAS MARK UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA A novel time-resolved fluorescence-based high-throughput screening technology for discovering allosteric kinase inhibitors
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 KARGINOV, ANDREI V UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO Engineered regulation of tyrosine phosphatase activity in living cells
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 DICKINSON, BRYAN UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO rePPI-i: A system for the rapid continuous evolution of protein-protein interaction inhibitors
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 BROCK, AMY UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN High resolution cell lineage tracking and isolation
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WALTER, NILS G UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Single-molecule counting of cancer biomarker miRNAs in human biofluids
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WONG, IAN Y BROWN UNIVERSITY High Content Screening of Multicellular Invasion with 3D Traction Force Microscopy
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WALTER, NILS G UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Single-molecule counting of cancer biomarker miRNAs in human biofluids
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 KESHARI, KAYVAN R SLOAN-KETTERING INST CAN RESEARCH uCoil NMR platform for robust and high-throughput analysis of in vitro metabolic flux on living cells
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 MALMSTADT, NOAH (contact); UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA A Target-Directed Reagent Pipeline via Microfluidic mRNA Display
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WINDLE, BRAD E (contact); VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY The GOF Mutant p53 Beacon System
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 EASWARAN, HARIHARAN (contact); JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY High-efficiency microfluidic-assisted single-cell DNA methylome sequencing
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-003 WELJIE, AALIM M UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Determining and enhancing metabolite fitness for metabolomics measurements
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 MOHS, AARON M UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER Tunable Fluorescent Organic Nanoparticles for Cancer Imaging Applications
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 KRON, STEPHEN J UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO Tag-ChIP-MS for analysis of chromatin-level regulation of DNA repair
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 VAN DAM, ROBERT MICHAEL UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES High-throughput radiochemistry platform for accelerated discovery and development of novel PET imaging agents for cancer
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 SOELLNER, MATTHEW B UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Exquisitely selective turn-on probes of kinase activation and localization
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 NAEGLE, KRISTEN M WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY A MOLECULAR TOOLKIT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATED PROTEINS
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 SLATER, JOHN HUNDLEY UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE A Vascularized, In Vitro, Organotropic Metastasis Model to Generate Dormant Micrometastases
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 DAVIS, RONALD WAYNE STANFORD UNIVERSITY Nanoneedle microrobots for single cancer cell manipulation and genome editing
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 YATES, JOHN R SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE Measurement of Aberrant Protein Folds in Malignant Cells with Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 LU, CHANG VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST AND ST UNIV Next-generation MOWChIP-seq for high-throughput epigenomic profiling using clinically relevant samples
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 ZENG, YONG (contact); UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LAWRENCE Integrated exosomes profiling for minimally invasive diagnosis and monitoring of cancer
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 LEVENSON, RICHARD M UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS Cancer histology and QC via MUSE: Sample-sparing UV surface-excitation microscopy
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 MAKRIGIORGOS, G MIKE DANA-FARBER CANCER INST Maximum efficiency sequencing using nuclease-based mutation enrichment and digital barcodes
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 KELLEY, SHANA O UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Development and validation of nanoparticle-mediated microfluidic profiling approach for rare cell analysis
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 IBRAHIM, YEHIA BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES High Resolution High Throughput Proteomics Platform for Cancer Research
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 WANG, YINGXIAO UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO Multiplex FRET Imaging of Kinase-Epigenome Interregulations in Live Cancer Cells
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 WALTER, MATTHEW J (contact); WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY TARGETED SINGLE-MOLECULE SEQUENCING ASSAY INCORPORATING MOLECULAR BARCODES
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-004 ISSADORE, DAVID AARON UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Rapid unbiased isolation and in situ RNA analysis of circulating tumor cells using a magnetic micropore-based diagnostic chip
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 PARKER, LAURIE L UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Fluorescence lifetime-based single fluorophore biosensors of post-translational modification enzyme activity
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-004 PATTENDEN, SAMANTHA GAIL (contact); UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL The application of Enhanced Cavitation to enable DNA and Chromatin Extraction from Archived Tissues
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 KLEIN, ALLON MOSHE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL Droplet microfluidic technology for single cell cancer genomics
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-004 ZILBERBERG, JENNY (contact); HACKENSACK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Ex vivo culture platform validation for preservation of patient derived multiple myeloma cells
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 SINGH, ANKUR CORNELL UNIVERSITY LETSSGo: Lymphoma-on-chip Engineered Technology for Single-Organoid Sequencing and Genomics
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 LARMAN, HARRY BENJAMIN JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY A HIGHLY MULTIPLEXED GENE EXPRESSION PLATFORM FOR FIXED TISSUE SPECIMENS
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 LIANG, FU-SEN UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO NOVEL BI-FUNCTIONAL INHIBITORS BLOCKING ONCOMIR BIOGENESIS
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 MATOUSCHEK, ANDREAS UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN DEVELOPMENT OF PROTEASOME ADAPTORS TO CATALYTICALLY DEPLETE SPECIFIC PROTEINS FROM CELLS
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 RECHT, MICHAEL PALO ALTO RESEARCH CENTER HIGH-THROUGHPUT SCREENING PLATFORM FOR CANCER DRUG DISCOVERY
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 SADEGHI , SAMAN UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES ELECTROCHEMICAL SYNTHESIS OF RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 SEGAL, DAVID J UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS CRISPR-BASED EPIGENETIC MODIFIERS
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 BURGETT, ANTHONY WG UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA NORMAN MASS SPECTROMETRY DETECTION OF DRUGS IN SINGLE BLADDER CANCER CELLS FROM PATIENTS
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-004 GARCIA, ANDRES J GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY USHEAR TECHNOLOGY FOR CANCER CELL PURIFICAITON
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 CHANG, HSUEH-CHIA UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME A SOLID-STATE NANOPORE MIRNA QUANTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-004 JAHNKE, FRANK SONATA BIOSCIENCES, INC. A NEW SAMPLE PREPARATION METHOD TO DELVE DEEPER INTO THE PROTEOME
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 GAMCSIK, MICHAEL NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY RALEIGH HIGH-THROUGHPUT SCREENING UNDER STATIC OR DYNAMIC HYPOXIA
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-004 SULCHEK, TODD GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY LABEL-FREE MICROFLUIDIC ENRICHMENT OF CANCER CELLS FROM NONCANCER CELLS IN ASCITES FLUID
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 HAUN, JERED BRACKSTON UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-IRVINE TRANSFORMING FLUORESCENCE LIFETIME IMAGING MICROSCOPY INTO A FAST AND SIMPLE PLATFORM FOR HIGH-CONTENT MOLECULAR ANALYSIS
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-004 VANDER GRIEND, DONALD JAMES UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO SUPRAMOLECULAR MATRIX MATERIALS FOR PROSTATE CANCER CELL BIOLOGY

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