Grants Awarded



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New awards will be posted as they are issued.

Year Award Type Project # RFA # PI/Project Leader Institution Title Statussort descending
2009 R42 RFA-CA-08-012 GORBOVITSKI, BORIS ADVANCED BIOMEDICAL MACHINES, INC. DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM FOR MULTIPLEX ANALYSIS OF COLOR ENCODED PARTICLES 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
2016 R44 PAR-13-327 JOHNSON, DAVID SCOTT GIGAGEN, INC. Next-Generation Antibody Discovery and Development Technology Complete
2000 R43 PAR-98-066 PERLIN, MARK W CYBERGENETICS CORPORATION AUTOMATED MULTIPLEX GENETIC ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGY Complete
2002 R43 PAR-01-105 GAU, VINCENT JEN-JR GENEFLUIDICS, INC. RAPID MOLECULAR DETECTION OF PML/RARALPHA Complete
2006 R21 RFA-CA-06-003 CREWS, CRAIG M YALE UNIVERSITY ANALYSIS OF TUMORIGENIC SIGNALING PATHWAYS WITH PROTACS Complete
2009 R21 RFA-CA-08-006 KRON, STEPHEN J. UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO IMAGING DNA DAMAGE DYNAMICS FOR DIAGNOSTICS, SCREENING AND TARGET DISCOVERY Complete
2012 R21 RFA-CA-12-004 AKSAN, ALPTEKIN UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DEVELOPMENT OF ROOM-TEMPERATURE STORAGE TECHNIQUE FOR PLASMA/SERUM BIOSPECIMENS Complete
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 HAUN, JERED BRACKSTON UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-IRVINE TRANSFORMING FLUORESCENCE LIFETIME IMAGING MICROSCOPY INTO A FAST AND SIMPLE PLATFORM FOR HIGH-CONTENT MOLECULAR ANALYSIS Complete
2000 R21 PAR-99-100 CHURCHILL, GARY A JACKSON LABORATORY EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN & ANALYSIS FOR EXPRESSION MICROARRAY Complete
2002 R33 PAR-01-104 BEACHY, PHILIP A JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY GENOME-BASED TARGETING OF THE HEDGEHOG PATHWAY IN CANCER Complete
2005 R21 RFA-CA-05-004 GASTON, SANDRA MARLENE BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER TISSUE PRINT MICROPEELS FOR MOLECULAR PROFILING CANCER Complete
2008 R21 RFA-CA-07-035 LU, HANG GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MICROFLUIDIC SYSTEM FOR HIGH-THROUGHPUT EVALUATION OF T CELL FUNCTIONALITY WITH H Complete
2011 R21 RFA-CA-10-005 STRAUSS, STEVEN H. COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY NANOCAGED METAL TAGS IN MASSIVELY MULTIPLEXED LEUKEMIA BIOASSAY AND BEYOND Complete
2015 R21 RFA-CA-14-005 QIN, LIDONG METHODIST HOSPITAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE HIGH THROUGHPUT SINGLE-CELL PHENOTYPE ISOLATION BY PROTRUSION ANALYSIS CHIP (PAC) Complete
1999 R43 PAR-98-066 CHEE, MARK S. ILLUMINA, INC. GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS ON RANDOMLY ORDERED DNA ARRAYS Complete
2001 R44 PAR-99-101 CHEE, MARK S. ILLUMINA, INC. RANDOM ARRAYS FOR GENE EXPRESSION PROFILING Complete
2004 R44 PAR-01-106 TS'O, PAUL O. P. CCC DIAGNOSTICS, LLC CLINICAL STUDIES OF CIRCULATING EPITHELIAL CANCER CELLS Complete
2007 R41 RFA-CA-07-011 CAO, HAN BIONANOMATRIX, INC. CONTINUOUS CHROMOSOME SORTING WITH MICRO/NANOFLUIDICS Complete
2010 R21 RFA-CA-09-008 LEE, CHENG S UNIV OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK CITP-BASED SELECTIVE TISSUE PROTEOME ENRICHMENT 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 Complete
2001 R33 PAR-98-067 WIND, ROBERT A BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES INTEGRATED OPTICAL/MAGNETIC RESONANCE MICROSCOPY Complete
2003 R43 PAR-01-105 DIATCHENKO, LUDA ATTAGENE, INC. PROFILING OF SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS IN CANCER Complete
2007 R21 RFA-CA-07-002 XU, XIAOWEI UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA ULTRASENSITIVE FACTT ASSAYS FOR SERUM BIOMARKERS Complete
2009 R43 RFA-CA-08-011 ZWICK, MICHAEL G ANDROBIOSYS, INC. PRIMARY XENOGRAFTS OF HUMAN TISSUE AS SURROGATES OF CANCER IN SITU 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
2000 R43 PAR-98-066 BOGEN, STEVEN A CYTOLOGIX CORPORATION INSTRUMENTATION FOR IN SITU ANALYSIS TUMORS Complete
2002 R43 PAR-01-105 YANG, XING GENEOHM SCIENCES, INC. MULTIPLEXED DNA-MEDIATED ELECTOCHEMICAL SENSORS Complete
2006 R21 RFA-CA-06-003 HAAB, BRIAN B. VAN ANDEL RESEARCH INSTITUTE DEFINING SECRETED GLYCAN ALTERATIONS IN PANCREATIC CANCER Complete
2009 R21 RFA-CA-08-006 MANALIS, SCOTT R MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPING A SINGLE CELL GROWTH MONITOR FOR CLASSIFYING THERAPEUTIC RESPONSE 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
2016 R21 RFA-CA-15-002 HELD, JASON M. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL CHEMICAL PROBES TO MAP S-NITROSYLATION IN CANCER Complete
2000 R21 PAR-99-100 WANG, BINGHE NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY RALEIGH FLUORESCENT TAGS TARGETED ON CELL SURFACE CARBOHYDRATES Complete
2002 R33 PAR-01-104 WAGGONER, ALAN S CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY NEAR IR FLUORESCENT PROBES/MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF CANCER Complete
2005 R21 RFA-CA-05-004 MELDRUM, DEIRDRE R. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON AUTOMATED CELL PREPARATION IN TUBES FOR 3D MICROSCOPY Complete
2008 R21 RFA-CA-07-035 EDWARDS, JEREMY S. UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO SEQUENCING CHR. 6 IN MELANOMA PATIENTS Complete
2011 R21 RFA-CA-10-005 LAVIE, ARNON UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO ENZYME-DELIVERY SCAFFOLD TECHNOLOGY FOR TARGETED CANCER KILLING. Complete
2015 R21 RFA-CA-14-005 GERTZ, JASON UNIVERSITY OF UTAH DEVELOPMENT OF ENHANCER RNA-BASED BIOMARKERS IN FFPE TISSUE Complete
2016 R33 RFA-CA-15-003 WEISS, GREGORY A. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-IRVINE Monitoring Recurrent Bladder Cancer with Electro-Phage Biosensors NCE
2018 R21 RFA-CA-17-012 PAULOVICH, AMANDA G FRED HUTCHINSON CANCER RESEARCH CENTER Validation of a disposable biospecimen collection system with integral refrigeration for preserving the phosphoproteome NCE
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 MAKRIGIORGOS, G. MIKE DANA-FARBER CANCER INST Maximum efficiency sequencing using nuclease-based mutation enrichment and digital barcodes NCE
2016 R33 RFA-CA-15-003 LIN, QIAO COLUMBIA UNIV NEW YORK MORNINGSIDE Validating Rapid Microfluidic Isolation of Personalized Aptamers for Monitoring Minimal Residual Disease in Multiple Myeloma NCE
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 IBRAHIM, YEHIA BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES High Resolution High Throughput Proteomics Platform for Cancer Research NCE
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 WALTER, MATTHEW J WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY TARGETED SINGLE-MOLECULE SEQUENCING ASSAY INCORPORATING MOLECULAR BARCODES NCE
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 PARKER, LAURIE L. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Fluorescence lifetime-based single fluorophore biosensors of post-translational modification enzyme activity NCE
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 EASWARAN, HARIHARAN JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY High-efficiency microfluidic-assisted single-cell DNA methylome sequencing NCE
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 MOHS, AARON M. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER Tunable Fluorescent Organic Nanoparticles for Cancer Imaging Applications NCE
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 NAEGLE, KRISTEN M WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY A MOLECULAR TOOLKIT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATED PROTEINS NCE

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