Grants Awarded



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New awards will be posted as they are issued.

Year Award Typesort descending Project # RFA # PI/Project Leader Institution Title Status
2020 R21 RFA-CA-19-019 ALEXANDRAKIS, GEORGIOS UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ARLINGTON Nanotechnology Enabled Selection Of MHC-peptide Ligands To Personalize Cancer Therapy Active
2006 R21 RFA-CA-06-003 MEYER, TOBIAS STANFORD UNIVERSITY DISSECTION OF THE MODULAR STRUCTURE OF CANCER SIGNALING SYSTEMS Complete
2009 R21 RFA-CA-08-006 LESSNICK, STEPHEN L. UNIVERSITY OF UTAH ANTIBODY-BASED DETECTION OF TRANSLOCATIONS IN PEDIATRIC CANCER Complete
2012 R21 RFA-CA-12-002 TAO, NONGJIAN ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY-TEMPE CAMPUS CHARGE SENSITIVE OPTICAL DETECTION FOR HIGH THROUGHPUT STUDY OF SMALL MOLECULES Complete
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 Complete
2019 R21 RFA-CA-18-002 MONTAGNA, CRISTINA ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Development of a high-resolution mapping platform for HPV DNA integration in premalignant lesions Active
2000 R21 PAR-99-100 MAJUMDAR, ARUNAVA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY OPTOMECHANICAL CHIPS FOR MOLECULAR PROFILING OF CANCER Complete
2002 R21 PAR-99-102 CHODOSH, LEWIS A UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA TEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF MAMMARY CARCINOGENESIS Complete
2005 R21 RFA-CA-05-003 GREEN, ROLAND D NIMBLEGEN SYSTEMS, INC. MAPPING REGULATORY PATHWAYS IN CANCERS Complete
2008 R21 RFA-CA-07-035 KEELY, PATRICIA J UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON USING NEW OPTICAL TECHNIQUES TO STUDY CELL SIGNALING IN 3D MATRICES Complete
2011 R21 RFA-CA-10-005 ZEICHNER, STEVEN L CHILDREN'S RESEARCH INSTITUTE DEVELOPMENT OF AN IN VIVO SCREENING TECHNOLOGY FOR CANCER VACCINE IMMUNOGENS Complete
2015 R21 RFA-CA-14-005 MITRAGOTRI, SAMIR S UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA ASSESSING THE RISK OF UV-INDUCED SKIN CANCER VIA NON-INVASIVE EPIDERMAL SAMPLING Complete
2010 R21 RFA-CA-09-008 LIU, GUODONG NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT OF A HAND-HELD CANCER BIOMARKER MONITOR Complete
2001 R33 PAR-98-067 MELDRUM, DEIRDRE R. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON AUTOMATED MINIMAL RESIDUAL DISEASE QUANTIFICATION Complete
2009 R33 RFA-CA-08-008 SHI, HUIDONG GEORGIA REGENTS UNIVERSITY APPLICATION OF 454 SEQUENCING TO CANCER EPIGENOMICS Complete
2013 R33 RFA-CA-12-003 BAILEY, RYAN C UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN MESO-PLEX MIRNA AND PROTEIN PROFILING FOR CANCER DIAGNOSTICS USING CHIP-INTEGRATE Complete
2020 R33 RFA-CA-19-020 MATRIX BHATNAGAR, PARIJAT SRI INTERNATIONAL T-cell Biofactories For Targeting Extracellular Matrix Active
2019 R33 RFA-CA-18-003 KETTENBACH, ARMINJA NADINE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Activity based profiling of Phosphoprotein phosphatases in cancer using mass spectrometry-based proteomics Active
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 LU, JUN YALE UNIVERSITY CRISPR-based Enhanced Molecular Chipper Technology for Identifying Functional Noncoding Elements in Cancer Active
2007 R33 RFA-CA-07-002 MOORE, PATRICK S. UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO THE DISCOVERY OF HUMAN TUMOR VIRUSES Complete
2014 R33 RFA-CA-13-002 FEDERSPIEL, MARK J MAYO CLINIC ROCHESTER VALIDATING TECHNOLOGY TO OPTIMIZE ANTIBODY AFFINITY FOR TARGETING THERAPEUTICS Complete
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 KLEIN, ALLON MOSHE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL Droplet microfluidic technology for single cell cancer genomics NCE
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-004 ZILBERBERG, JENNY HACKENSACK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Ex vivo culture platform validation for preservation of patient derived multiple myeloma cells Active
2001 R33 PAR-98-067 ENGELWARD, BEVIN P. MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY FLUORESCENCE DETECTION OF GENETIC INSTABILITY IN MICE Complete
2009 R33 RFA-CA-08-008 ELLEDGE, STEPHEN J BRIGHAM AND WOMEN'S HOSPITAL A MULTIPLEX GENOME-WIDE SHRNA SCREENING PLATFORM FOR CANCER-LETHAL GENE DISCOVERY Complete
2013 R33 RFA-CA-12-003 DI CARLO, DINO UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES ISOLATING CIRCULATING TUMOR CELLS USING A CENTRIFUGE ON A CHIP Complete
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
2019 R33 RFA-CA-18-003 CHEN, SIDI YALE UNIVERSITY Rapidly scalable platforms for direct in vivo screening of functional drivers in lethal cancers Active
2002 R33 PAR-01-104 LI, HONGHUA UNIV OF MED/DENT NJ-R W JOHNSON MED SCH A GENETIC APPROACH TO GENOME-SCALE ANALYSIS OF CANCERS Complete
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 SALIPANTE, STEPHEN J UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Advanced development and validation of genome-scale molecular diagnostics for microsatelliteinstability using targeted molecular counting methods Active
2007 R33 RFA-CA-07-002 DOVICHI, NORMAN J UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON CHEMICAL CYTOMETRY FOR NEOPLASIA PROGNOSIS-BARRETT'S ESOPHAGUS Complete
2014 R33 RFA-CA-13-002 BLAIR, SARAH L UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO NON-CIRCULATING MICROPARTICLES FOR IMPROVED LOCALIZATION AND RESECTION CANCER Complete
2014 R33 RFA-CA-13-002 LOEB, LAWRENCE A UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON VALIDATION AND ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT OF DUPLEX SEQUENCING Complete
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 SINGH, ANKUR CORNELL UNIVERSITY LETSSGo: Lymphoma-on-chip Engineered Technology for Single-Organoid Sequencing and Genomics NCE
2001 R33 PAR-98-067 MAKRIGIORGOS, G. MIKE DANA-FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE TECHNOLOGY FOR MUTATION ANALYSIS OF CANCER Complete
2013 R33 RFA-CA-12-003 PAULOVICH, AMANDA G FRED HUTCHINSON CANCER RESEARCH CENTER ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT OF IMMUNO-MRM TECHNOLOGY TO ANALYZE ARCHIVED CANCER TISSUES Complete
2019 R33 RFA-CA-18-003 TAVANA, HOSSEIN UNIVERSITY OF AKRON A High Throughput Human Tumor Modeling Technology for Cancer Drug Discovery Active
2002 R33 PAR-01-104 BEACHY, PHILIP A JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY GENOME-BASED TARGETING OF THE HEDGEHOG PATHWAY IN CANCER Complete
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 SCHRUM, ADAM G UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA Multiplex matrix ELISA for T cell protein-interaction networks in cancer Active
2007 R33 RFA-CA-07-016 MACBEATH, GAVIN HARVARD UNIVERSITY QUANTITATIVE INTERACTION NETWORKS FOR TYROSINE-PHOSPHORYLATED PROTEINS Complete
2014 R33 RFA-CA-13-002 PARKER, LAURIE L. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MULTIPLEXED KINASE BIOSENSOR TECHNOLOGY TO DETECT LEUKEMIA SIGNALING WITH MASS SP Complete
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 NCE
2001 R33 PAR-98-067 WIND, ROBERT A BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES INTEGRATED OPTICAL/MAGNETIC RESONANCE MICROSCOPY Complete
2013 R33 RFA-CA-12-003 TACKETT, ALAN JACKSON UNIV OF ARKANSAS FOR MED SCIS DEVELOPMENT OF MASSSQUIRM TO QUANTITATIVELY MEASURE LYSINE METHYLATION Complete
2016 R33 RFA-CA-15-003 LAM, KIT S UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS GESI: a novel technology for functional imaging in living cells Complete
2012 R33 RFA-CA-12-003 ZU, YOULI METHODIST HOSPITAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE ACTIVATABLE ONE-DROP AND ONE-STEP ASSAY FOR CIRCULATING TUMOR CE Complete
2019 R33 RFA-CA-18-003 SCHNECK, JONATHAN P JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY A high-throughput nanoparticle assay to characterize cancer neoepitope-specific T cells Active
2002 R33 PAR-01-104 WAGGONER, ALAN S CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY NEAR IR FLUORESCENT PROBES/MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF CANCER Complete
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 TEWARI, MUNEESH (contact); WALTER, NILS G UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR Optimization and Validation of Single-Molecule Kinetic Fingerprinting Technology for Rapid, Ultra-Specific Detection of Cancer Mutations Active
2010 R33 RFA-CA-09-005 WANG, SHAN X. STANFORD UNIVERSITY CANCER SAMPLE PREPARATION WITH MICROMACHINED MAGNETIC SIFTER AND NANOPARTICLES Complete

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