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
2011 R21 RFA-CA-10-005 HUANG, SONGPING D KENT STATE UNIVERSITY AT KENT PRUSSIAN BLUE NANOPARTICLES AS CELLULAR T1 MRI CONTRAST AGENTS Complete
2002 R21 PAR-01-104 KNAPP, DANIEL R. MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA MICROFLUIDIC SYSTEM FOR CANCER PROTEOME ANALYSIS Complete
2005 R21 RFA-CA-05-002 WYMAN, ROBERT J YALE UNIVERSITY GENETIC METHODS FOR DETECTING GAP JUNCTION COMMUNICATION Complete
1999 R21 PAR-98-067 BENSIMON, AARON PASTEUR INSTITUTE DETECTION OF GENOMIC ALTERATIONS BY MOLECULAR COMBING Complete
2007 R21 RFA-CA-07-002 SHEA, LONNIE D NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY TRANSFECTED CELL ARRAYS FOR CANCER RESEARCH Complete
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 MOHS, AARON M. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER Tunable Fluorescent Organic Nanoparticles for Cancer Imaging Applications NCE
2020 R21 RFA-CA-19-019 TEWARI, MUNEESH UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR Highly Specific, Amplification-free, Single-molecule Counting Of Rare Methylated Dna Cancer Biomarkers Active
2009 R21 RFA-CA-08-006 LARSON, DALE N CHARLES STARK DRAPER LABORATORY THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CHIP-SCALE NANO-CALORIMETER Complete
2013 R21 RFA-CA-12-002 WILLIAMS, JOHN CHARLES BECKMAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE/CITY OF HOPE OPTIMIZATION OF MULTIVALENT LIGANDS BY SUPER-RESOLUTION MICROSCOPY TO TREAT CANCE Complete
2000 R21 PAR-99-102 BROCK, GRAHAM J UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW IDENTIFICATION OF M5CPG ALTERATIONS IN BREAST CARCINOMAS Complete
2002 R21 PAR-01-104 HEYDUK, TOMASZ SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY MOLECULAR BEACONS FOR PROTEIN DETECTION Complete
2005 R21 RFA-CA-05-002 MURPHY, JOHN R. BOSTON MEDICAL CENTER NOVEL TARGETED REAGENTS THAT MODIFY ONCOGENE EXPRESSION Complete
2015 R21 RFA-CA-14-003 BAILEY, RYAN C UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN DROPLET MICROFLUIDIC PLATFORM FOR ULTRALOW INPUT EPIGENETICS Complete
2015 R21 RFA-CA-14-003 ELLINGTON, ANDREW D UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN HIGH THROUGHPUT SINGLE CELL TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSIS Complete
1999 R21 PAR-98-067 WANG, YUE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA INTELLIGENT MAPPING OF GENE EXPRESSION PROFILES Complete
2007 R21 RFA-CA-07-002 YEE, CASSIAN FRED HUTCHINSON CAN RES CTR IDENTIFICATION OF T CELL-DEFINED ANTIGENS IN OVARIAN CANCER Complete
2010 R21 RFA-CA-09-004 WILLEY, JAMES C. UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO HEALTH SCI CAMPUS IMPLEMENTATION OF INNOVATIVE RNA SAMPLE QUALITY CONTROL METHODS Complete
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 Complete
2009 R21 RFA-CA-08-006 SHAPIRO, BENJAMIN UNIV OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK SPATIAL, HIGH-ACCURACY, MULTIPLEXED MAPPING OF GENES IN HUMAN TISSUE SECTIONS Complete
2013 R21 RFA-CA-12-002 SOPER, STEVEN ALLAN UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIA: MRD ANALYSIS USING MODULAR UFLUIDICS AND UFLOW CYTOMETRY Complete
2019 R21 RFA-CA-18-004 SINGAMANENI, SRIKANTH WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORK AS PROTECTIVE COATING FOR CANCER BIOSPECIMEN PRESERVATION Active
2000 R21 PAR-99-102 SMITH, RICHARD D BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES HIGH THROUGHPUT FTICR FOR MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF CANCER Complete
2002 R21 PAR-01-104 SOMMER, STEVE SEEV CITY OF HOPE/BECKMAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE PAP: A TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM Complete
2005 R21 RFA-CA-05-002 WANG, BINGHE GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY FLUORESCENT APTAMERS FOR GLYCOPROTEIN DETECTION Complete
2008 R21 RFA-CA-07-022 LIOTTA, LANCE ALLEN GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY SURROGATE AND SENTINAL TECHNOLOGIES TO MONITOR STABILITY OF CANCER PHOSPHOPROTEIN Complete

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