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 awards will be posted as they are issued.

Year Award Typesort ascending Project # RFA # PI/Project Leader Institution Title Status
2008 R21 RFA-CA-07-033 MACBEATH, GAVIN HARVARD UNIVERSITY QUANTITATIVE, MULTIPLEXED AND HIGH-THROUGHPUT: MACROARRAYS OF LYSATE MICROARRAYS Complete
2011 R21 RFA-CA-10-003 YAO, XUDONG UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT STORRS ULTRATHROUGHPUT MULTIPLE REACTION MONITORING MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR LARGE-SCALE CA Complete
2015 R21 RFA-CA-14-003 HALL, ADAM ROGER WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES MOLECULAR DETECTION OF DNA HYDROXYMETHYLATION FOR CANCER SCREENING Complete
2018 R21 RFA-CA-17-010 KARGINOV, ANDREI V UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO Optogenetic tools for the dissection of oncogenic signaling mediated by kinases Active
1999 R21 PAR-98-067 WIND, ROBERT A BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES INTEGRATED OPTICAL/MAGNETIC RESONANCE MICROSCOPY Complete
2004 R21 PAR-01-104 WANG, YUE VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST AND ST UNIV COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF MICROARRAY GENE EXPRESSION Complete
2007 R21 RFA-CA-07-015 ANDREEV, OLEG A UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR SELECTIVE DELIVERY OF PNAS IN CANCER CELLS IN VITRO AND IN VIV Complete
2010 R21 RFA-CA-09-006 RICHARDSON, ADAM DAVID SANFORD-BURNHAM MEDICAL RESEARCH INSTIT FUNCTIONAL METABOLOMICS AND METABOLIC FLUX ANALYSIS IN CANCER Complete
2014 R21 RFA-CA-13-001 CIMA, MICHAEL J MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY IMPLANTABLE DEVICE FOR HIGH-THROUGHPUT IN VIVO DRUG SENSITIVITY TESTING Complete
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WONG, IAN Y BROWN UNIVERSITY High Content Screening of Multicellular Invasion with 3D Traction Force Microscopy Complete

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