Grants Awarded



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New awards will be posted as they are issued.

Year Award Typesort ascending Project # RFA # PI/Project Leader Institution Title Status
2007 R21 RFA-CA-07-019 KOPELMAN, RAOUL UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN NANOBIOPHOTONICS ENABLED TUMOR SURGERY AND INTRAOPERATIVE PDT Complete
2010 R21 RFA-CA-09-008 BURKE, PETER J. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-IRVINE NANOELECTRODE ARRAYS FOR STUDY OF THE MOLECULAR MECHANISMS, TRIGGERS, AND INHIBIT Complete
2014 R21 RFA-CA-13-003 ZILBERBERG, JENNY HACKENSACK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER MICROFLUIDIC APPROACH FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A THREE-DIMENSIONAL BONE MARROW MICR Complete
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 NCE
2001 R21 PAR-99-102 ALLBRITTON, NANCY L UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE PROFILING RAS ACTIVATED SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS Complete
2009 R21 RFA-CA-08-009 DRAKE, RICHARD R. EASTERN VIRGINIA MEDICAL SCHOOL PROXIMAL PROSTATE FLUIDS FOR PROTEIN AND MIRNA BIOMARKERS Complete
2013 R21 RFA-CA-13-001 TAVANA, HOSSEIN UNIVERSITY OF AKRON A NOVEL HIGH THROUGHPUT TUMOR SPHEROID MICROTECHNOLOGY Complete
2006 R21 RFA-CA-06-002 GHOSH, INDRANEEL UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA DIRECT DETECTION OF HYPERMETHYLATION IN CANCER Complete
2012 R21 RFA-CA-12-002 STEINMAN, RICHARD A UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH EXOSOMAL RECOMBINASE-A TOOL TO DISSECT METASTASIS AND THE CANCER MICROENVIRONMENT Complete
2019 R21 RFA-CA-18-002 MANALIS, SCOTT R MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Building microenvironment-containing organoids from patient samples with single-cell precision Active
2019 R21 RFA-CA-18-002 KIM, HYUN JUNG UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN A personalized colorectal cancer-on-a-chip for assessing tumor-microbiome crosstalk Active
2000 R21 PAR-99-100 HERLYN, DOROTHEE M WISTAR INSTITUTE MOLECULAR CLONING OF HLA CLASS II TUMOR ANTIGENS Complete
2002 R21 PAR-99-100 CLEVELAND, WILLIAM L ST. LUKE'S-ROOSEVELT INST FOR HLTH SCIS ROBOTIC PREPARATION OF CDNA SINGLE CELLS Complete
2005 R21 RFA-CA-05-003 OLIVI, ALESSANDRO JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY "ENHANCEMENT OF BRAIN TUMOR IMMUNOTHERAPY BY FAS-L RNAI" Complete
2008 R21 RFA-CA-07-033 CHAPUT, JOHN CHARLES ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY-TEMPE CAMPUS A HIGH-THROUGHPUT ROUTE TO SYNTHETIC ANTIBODIES FOR ARRAY-BASED CANCER DETECTION Complete
2011 R21 RFA-CA-10-005 MESSMER, BRADLEY T UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OF MULTIFUNCTIONAL DNA NANOPARTICLES Complete
2015 R21 RFA-CA-14-003 PATTI, GARY JOSEPH WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY CELL-SPECIFIC ISOTOPE LABELING TO TRACK INTERCELLULAR METABOLITE EXCHANGE IN CANCER Complete
2007 R21 RFA-CA-07-019 KERR, WILLIAM GARROW H. LEE MOFFITT CANCER CTR & RES INST THE KINOMES OF NON-HODGKIN LYMPHOMA Complete
2010 R21 RFA-CA-09-008 DIEHL, MICHAEL R RICE UNIVERSITY MULTIPLEXED REITERATIVE IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE ANALYSES VIA ENGINEERED DNA CIRCUITRY Complete
2014 R21 RFA-CA-13-003 VARANI, JAMES UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ISOLATION AND IN VITRO MAINTENANCE OF INTACT COLONIC CRYPTS FROM NORMAL HUMAN COL Complete
2001 R21 PAR-99-102 SPEICHER, DAVID W. WISTAR INSTITUTE NOVEL COMPREHENSIVE PROTEOME ANALYSES OF METASTASIS Complete
2009 R21 RFA-CA-08-009 THOMAS, NANCY E UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL DNA-METHYLATION PROFILING FROM FIXED MELANOCYTIC TISSUES Complete
2013 R21 RFA-CA-13-001 WILSON, JAMES NORBERT UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CORAL GABLES KINASE BINDING FLUORESCENT PROBES FOR ASSAYING CELLULAR RECEPTOR POPULATIONS Complete
2006 R21 RFA-CA-06-002 FARIS, GREGORY W SRI INTERNATIONAL DROPLET CELL ARRAY ASSAYS Complete
2012 R21 RFA-CA-12-002 CARON, MARC G. DUKE UNIVERSITY A CANCER RAINBOW MOUSE FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS ASSESSMENT OF MULTIPLE ONCOGENES Complete

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