Grants Awarded



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New awards will be posted as they are issued.

Year Award Type Project # RFA #sort descending PI/Project Leader Institution Title
2018 R21 RFA-CA-17-012 SKARDAL, ALEKSANDER (contact); STROWD, ROY ERVIN WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES Predicting Tumor Heterogeneity Evolution After Therapy In Patient-Derived Ex Vivo Glioblastoma Organoids
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 BROWN, BRIAN D ICAHN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT MOUNT SINAI Pro-Codes: A novel vector and cell barcoding technology
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 CHENG, JI-XIN BOSTON UNIVERSITY (CHARLES RIVER CAMPUS) Quantitative SRS Imaging of Cancer Metabolism at Single Cell Level
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 CIMA, MICHAEL J MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Advanced development and validation of microdevices for high-throughput in situ drug sensitivity testing in tumors
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 JIANG, NING UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN An integrated therapeutic T cell receptor screening platform for adoptive cell therapy in cancer
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 KONRY, TANIA TALI NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Determining treatment sensitivity in B cell lymphoma by novel microfluidics-based NK cell immunogenicity platform
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 LIU, YANG UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH High-throughput super-resolution imaging of chromatin structures at different epigenetic states
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 LU, JUN YALE UNIVERSITY CRISPR-based Enhanced Molecular Chipper Technology for Identifying Functional Noncoding Elements in Cancer
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
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-011 SCHRUM, ADAM G UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA Multiplex matrix ELISA for T cell protein-interaction networks in cancer
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
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-013 BORGES, CHAD R ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY-TEMPE CAMPUS Validation and Advanced Development of Albumin Oxidizability as a Marker of Plasma/Serum Integrity
2018 R33 RFA-CA-17-013 INCE, TAN A. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Live Tumor Culture Core and Tissue Specific Culture (TSC) System for Human Cancers
2018 R43 PAR-18-303 LIM, MARK AMBERGEN, INC Highly Multiplexed Nanoscale Mass Spectrometric Imaging of Cancer Tissues
2018 R43 PAR-18-303 LEE, LY JAMES NANOMATERIAL INNOVATION, LTD Molecular Beacons in Lipoplex Nanoparticles for Extracellular Vesicles Based Cancer Diagnosis
2018 R43 PAR-18-303 SCHOETTLE, LOUIS GEMNEO BIOSCIENCE, INC. Origami Nanoprobes for Large-Scale Single-Cell Analysis of Lymphocytes
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 KARGINOV, ANDREI V UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO Engineered regulation of tyrosine phosphatase activity in living cells
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 DICKINSON, BRYAN UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO rePPI-i: A system for the rapid continuous evolution of protein-protein interaction inhibitors
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 BROCK, AMY UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN High resolution cell lineage tracking and isolation
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WONG, IAN Y BROWN UNIVERSITY High Content Screening of Multicellular Invasion with 3D Traction Force Microscopy
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WALTER, NILS G UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR Single-molecule counting of cancer biomarker miRNAs in human biofluids
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 KESHARI, KAYVAN R. SLOAN-KETTERING INST CAN RESEARCH uCoil NMR platform for robust and high-throughput analysis of in vitro metabolic flux on living cells
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WALTER, NILS G UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Single-molecule counting of cancer biomarker miRNAs in human biofluids
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 MALMSTADT, NOAH UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA A Target-Directed Reagent Pipeline via Microfluidic mRNA Display
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WINDLE, BRAD E. VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY The GOF Mutant p53 Beacon System
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 EASWARAN, HARIHARAN JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY High-efficiency microfluidic-assisted single-cell DNA methylome sequencing
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 MOHS, AARON M. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER Tunable Fluorescent Organic Nanoparticles for Cancer Imaging Applications
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 KRON, STEPHEN J. UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO Tag-ChIP-MS for analysis of chromatin-level regulation of DNA repair
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 VAN DAM, ROBERT MICHAEL UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES High-throughput radiochemistry platform for accelerated discovery and development of novel PET imaging agents for cancer
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 SOELLNER, MATTHEW B UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR Exquisitely selective turn-on probes of kinase activation and localization
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 NAEGLE, KRISTEN M WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY A MOLECULAR TOOLKIT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATED PROTEINS
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 SLATER, JOHN HUNDLEY UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE A Vascularized, In Vitro, Organotropic Metastasis Model to Generate Dormant Micrometastases
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 DAVIS, RONALD WAYNE STANFORD UNIVERSITY Nanoneedle microrobots for single cancer cell manipulation and genome editing
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 LEVINSON, NICHOLAS MARK UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA A novel time-resolved fluorescence-based high-throughput screening technology for discovering allosteric kinase inhibitors
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-001 WONG, WESLEY PHILIP BOSTON CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL Single-molecule mechanical detection of protein and microRNA cancer biomarkers
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-003 NECHAEV, SERGEI UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA Transcriptome profiling of highly degraded specimens through global analysis of short RNA fragments.
2017 R21 RFA-CA-16-003 WELJIE, AALIM M UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Determining and enhancing metabolite fitness for metabolomics measurements
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 LU, CHANG VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST AND ST UNIV Next-generation MOWChIP-seq for high-throughput epigenomic profiling using clinically relevant samples
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 ZENG, YONG UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LAWRENCE Integrated exosomes profiling for minimally invasive diagnosis and monitoring of cancer
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 LEVENSON, RICHARD M. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS Cancer histology and QC via MUSE: Sample-sparing UV surface-excitation microscopy
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 MAKRIGIORGOS, G. MIKE DANA-FARBER CANCER INST Maximum efficiency sequencing using nuclease-based mutation enrichment and digital barcodes
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 KELLEY, SHANA O UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Development and validation of nanoparticle-mediated microfluidic profiling approach for rare cell analysis
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 IBRAHIM, YEHIA BATTELLE PACIFIC NORTHWEST LABORATORIES High Resolution High Throughput Proteomics Platform for Cancer Research
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 WANG, YINGXIAO UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO Multiplex FRET Imaging of Kinase-Epigenome Interregulations in Live Cancer Cells
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 WALTER, MATTHEW J WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY TARGETED SINGLE-MOLECULE SEQUENCING ASSAY INCORPORATING MOLECULAR BARCODES
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 PARKER, LAURIE L. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Fluorescence lifetime-based single fluorophore biosensors of post-translational modification enzyme activity
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 KLEIN, ALLON MOSHE HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL Droplet microfluidic technology for single cell cancer genomics
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-002 SINGH, ANKUR CORNELL UNIVERSITY LETSSGo: Lymphoma-on-chip Engineered Technology for Single-Organoid Sequencing and Genomics
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
2017 R33 RFA-CA-16-004 ISSADORE, DAVID AARON UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Rapid unbiased isolation and in situ RNA analysis of circulating tumor cells using a magnetic micropore-based diagnostic chip

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