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.

Yearsort descending Award Type Project # RFA # PI/Project Leader Institution Title Status
2020 R33 RFA-CA-19-020 TAO, NONGJIAN ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY-TEMPE CAMPUS A Virion-Display Oscillator Array and Detection Platform for Quantification of Transmembrane Protein Binding Kinetics Active
2020 R21 RFA-CA-19-019 ALEXANDRAKIS, GEORGIOS UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ARLINGTON Nanotechnology Enabled Selection Of MHC-peptide Ligands To Personalize Cancer Therapy Active
2020 R44 PAR-18-303 LIM, MARK AMBERGEN, INC Highly Multiplexed Nanoscale Mass Spectrometric Imaging Of Cancer Tissues Active
2020 R33 RFA-CA-19-020 COOKS, ROBERT GRAHAM PURDUE UNIVERSITY Advanced Development of Desorption Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry for Intraoperative Molecular Diagnosis of Brain Cancer using Pathology Biopsies Active
2020 R33 RFA-CA-19-020 MATRIX BHATNAGAR, PARIJAT SRI INTERNATIONAL T-cell Biofactories For Targeting Extracellular Matrix Active
2020 R43 PAR-18-303 REDER, NICHOLAS LIGHTSPEED MICROSCOPY, INC. Open-top Light-sheet Microscopy For Non-destructive 3d Pathology Of Prostate Biopsies Active
2020 R33 RFA-CA-19-020 RECHT, MICHAEL PALO ALTO RESEARCH CENTER High-Throughput Screening Platform for Cancer Drug Discovery Active
2020 R33 RFA-CA-19-020 COOKS, ROBERT GRAHAM PURDUE UNIVERSITY Advanced Development Of Desorption Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry For Intraoperative Molecular Diagnosis Of Brain Cancer Using Pathology Biopsies
2020 R21 RFA-CA-19-019 SHVETS, GENNADY CORNELL UNIVERSITY Phenotypic Assay For Drug Discovery And Personalized Medicine Based On Real-time Vibrational Spectroscopy Enhanced By Plasmonic Metasurfaces Active
2020 R33 RFA-CA-19-020 LEVINSON, NICHOLAS MARK UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Time-resolved FRET-based allostery sensors for any protein kinase drug target Active

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