Grants Awarded

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New awards will be posted as they are issued.

Yearsort descending Award Type Project # RFA # PI/Project Leader Institution Title Status
2022 R33 CA21-004 CHIU, BRIAN C-H UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO A highly sensitive linear amplification based DNA methylation profiling technique for clinical cancer research Active
2022 R21 CA21-003 SOPER, STEVEN ALLAN UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LAWRENCE Molecular Sub-typing Breast Cancer Patients using a Liquid Biopsy Active
2022 R33 CA21-004 DRAKE, RICHARD R MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA Targeted Isolation and Identification of Sialylated Glycoproteins in Cancer Tissues, Cells and Biofluids Complete
2022 R21 CA21-003 BLAINEY, PAUL CLARK BROAD INSTITUTE, INC. Stitch-seq for genome-wide pooled genomic screening with RNA-seq readout Active
2022 R33 CA21-004 PAN, TAO UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO Transfer RNA sequencing and application to cancer research and clinics Active
2022 R21 CA21-003 ARMITAGE, BRUCE A CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY Fluorescent gammaPNA Miniprobes for Imaging Telomeric RNA Complete
2022 R21 CA21-003 SALIPANTE, STEPHEN J UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Efficient, cost-effective, and ultrasensitive sequencing of somatic mutations Active
2022 R33 CA21-004 LEE, ABRAHAM P UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-IRVINE Microfluidic Precision Engineered Artificial Antigen Presenting Cells for Cancer Immunotherapy Active
2022 R21 CA21-003 COUNTER, CHRISTOPHER M DUKE UNIVERSITY Adapting K-MDS to detect KRAS-mutant ctDNA Active
2022 R21 CA21-003 NABA, ALEXANDRA UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO Enhanced mass-spectrometry-based approaches for in-depth profiling of the cancer extracellular matrix Active
2022 R21 CA21-003 SNYDER, JOSHUA CLAIR DUKE UNIVERSITY Mouse Paint: A massively combinatorial approach for illuminating tumor heterogeneity in True Color Active
2022 R33 CA21-004 MERAJVER, SOFIA DIANA UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR Advanced development and validation of an in vitro platform to phenotype brain metastatic tumor cells using artificial intelligence Active
2022 R21 CA21-005 SHIBATA, DARRYL K UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Photolithographic Tumor DNA Isolation Active
2022 R21 CA21-003 GIBBS, SUMMER LYNNE OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY A Novel Fluorescence Imaging Platform to Predict Response to Combinatorial Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors Active
2022 R33 CA21-004 ADEY, ANDREW OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY Accessible high-throughput single-cell genome sequencing Active
2022 R33 CA21-004 LANDAU, DAN WEILL MEDICAL COLL OF CORNELL UNIV Expanding the GoT toolkit to link single-cell clonal genotypes with protein, transcriptomic, epigenomic and spatial phenotypes Active
2022 R21 CA21-005 BORGES, CHAD R ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY-TEMPE CAMPUS Aliquot-level visual indicators of biospecimen exposure to thawed conditions Complete
2022 R33 CA21-004 KARGINOV, ANDREI V UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO Optogenetic Control of Tumor Initiation and Tumor Progression in vivo Active
2022 R33 CA21-004 WANG, TZA-HUEI JEFF JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY A low-cost, multiplexed digital high resolution melt platform for DNA methylation-based detection and identification of cancers in liquid biopsies Active
2022 R21 CA21-003 BOYLE, ALAN P UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR High-throughput inverted reporter assay for characterization of silencers and enhancer blockers Complete
2022 R21 CA21-005 BORGES, CHAD R ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY-TEMPE CAMPUS Plate reader assays to forensically assess exposure of plasma and serum to thawed conditions Active