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Fiscal Year FY 2016
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Investigator
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(PQ3) Modulation of Osteosarcoma Biology by Inflammation and Immunity Defined through a ComparativeApproach 1R21CA208529-01 $198,578 $198,578 MODIANO, JAIME UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
2
(PQA1) The antipsychotic thioridazine protects against medulloblastoma (MB): volu 5R01CA185039-03 $373,436 $373,436 JAN, LILY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO
3
(PQB-1) Telomere maintenance defects and thyroid second cancer in childhood cancer survivors 5R01CA194473-02 $496,121 $496,121 GRAMATGES, MARIA BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
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(PQB-2) ""Driver"" vs. ""passenger"" epigenetic events in Ewing sarcoma 5R01CA183776-04 $309,175 $309,175 LESSNICK, STEPHEN RESEARCH INST NATIONWIDE CHILDREN'S HOSP
5
(PQD-5) Patient derived orthotopic xenograft models for drug response prediction 5R01CA185402-03 $322,828 $322,828 LI, XIONAN BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
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A cancer-targeted phospholipid ether analog for molecular radiotherapy of pediatric solid tumors 5R21CA198392-02 $166,388 $166,388 OTTO, MARIO UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
7
A Genetic Toolbox for the Identification and Interrogation of Tumor Cells of Origin, Propagation, and Recurrence From Patient-derived Oncogenic Drivers 1R33CA202900-01 $418,128 $418,128 BREUNIG, JOSHUA CEDARS-SINAI MEDICAL CENTER
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A high content screen dissecting ciliogenesis and oncogenic Hedgehog signaling 1R01CA181231-01A1 $362,569 $181,285 REITER, JEREMY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO
9
A Label-Free, Point-of-Care Platform to Diagnose Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia 5R01CA190843-02 $311,458 $155,729 SOHN, LYDIA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY
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A longitudinal assessment of frailty in young adult survivors of childhood cancer 5R01CA174851-03 $535,247 $535,247 NESS, KIRSTEN ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL
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A Mechanistic Understanding of Neuronal Activity Promotion of High-Grade Glioma Growth through Activity-Regulated Secretion of Neuroligin-3 5F31CA200273-02 $43,576 $10,894 VENKATESH, HUMSA STANFORD UNIVERSITY
12
A Novel Mobile Health Fitness Program for AYA Childhood Cancer Survivors 5K07CA174728-03 $164,851 $164,851 DEVINE, KATIE RBHS -CANCER INSTITUTE OF NEW JERSEY
13
A novel oncogenic driver in Ewing sarcoma 1R21CA202485-01A1 $199,013 $199,013 SHIIO, YUZURU UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HLTH SCIENCE CENTER
14
A Prospective Study of Social Competence in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors 4K07CA178100-04 $130,495 $130,495 HOCKING, MATTHEW CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
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Abramson Cancer Center Support Grant 2P30CA016520-40 $7,975,543 $1,276,087 DANG, CHI UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
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Abramson Cancer Center Support Grant 3P30CA016520-40S1 $31,250 $5,000 DANG, CHI UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
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Abramson Cancer Center Support Grant 3P30CA016520-40S2 $499,967 $79,995 DANG, CHI UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
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Abramson Cancer Center Support Grant 3P30CA016520-40S3 $200,000 $32,000 DANG, CHI UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
19
Activation of Proto-Oncogenes by Chromosomal Translocation ZIA SC 010378 $322,076 $161,038 Aplan, Peter CCR (NCI)
20
Adipocytes are Important Players in the Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Microenvironment 1R01CA201444-01A1 $413,948 $413,948 MITTELMAN, STEVEN CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF LOS ANGELES
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Adoptive Cell Transfer Immunotherapy of Cancer ZIA BC 010984 $1,726,433 $51,793 Rosenberg, Steven CCR (NCI)
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Adoptive T cell Therapy for Pediatric Leukemia ZIA BC 011565 $1,035,891 $1,035,891 Fry, Terry CCR (NCI)
23
ALL immunobiology and the bone marrow niche ZIA BC 011295 $443,953 $443,953 Fry, Terry CCR (NCI)
24
Altered mitochondria-ER signaling as a cause of chemotherapy resistance 1R21CA198430-01A1 $193,314 $193,314 HOGARTY, MICHAEL CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
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An investigation of Radial Glia as the source of Ependymoma Stem Cells 5R01CA129541-11 $199,044 $99,522 GILBERTSON, RICHARD UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
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Anatomic Pathology Residency Program ZIE BC 011384 $1,014,935 $101,494 Barr, Frederic CCR (NCI)
27
Anticancer Drug Pharmacology in Very Young Children 4R01CA154619-05 $433,475 $433,475 STEWART, CLINTON ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL
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Antigen-specific T-cell Activation, Application to Vaccines for Cancer and AID ZIA SC 004020 $2,321,426 $46,429 Berzofsky, Jay CCR (NCI)
29
ARID5B and disparities of childhood leukemia 3U01CA176063-03S1 $99,152 $99,152 YANG, JUN ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL
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ARID5B and disparities of childhood leukemia 3U01CA176063-03S2 $199,999 $199,999 YANG, JUN ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL
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ARID5B and disparities of childhood leukemia 5U01CA176063-03 $365,074 $365,074 YANG, JUN ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL
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Assay Development for NSD1 Methyltransferase Inhibitor Discovery 5R01CA191077-02 $312,244 $312,244 NAPPER, ANDREW ALFRED I. DU PONT HOSP FOR CHILDREN
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ATR: a novel therapeutic target for medulloblastoma identified by its role in cerebellar development 5F30CA192832-02 $33,814 $33,814 LANG, YUN LONG UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL
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Balancing Efficacy and Toxicity of Intratumoral Reolysin for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) 1F30CA210334-01 $43,776 $43,776 SCHUELKE, MATTHEW MAYO CLINIC ROCHESTER
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Bay Area Tumor Institute NCORP 5UG1CA189817-03 $730,000 $182,500 BAILEY, LISA BAY AREA TUMOR INSTITUTE
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Baylor College of Medicine Cancer Center 3P30CA125123-10S1 $118,016 $21,243 OSBORNE, C BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
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Baylor College of Medicine Cancer Center 3P30CA125123-10S2 $170,897 $30,761 OSBORNE, C BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
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Baylor College of Medicine Cancer Center 3P30CA125123-10S3 $118,875 $21,398 OSBORNE, C BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
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Baylor College of Medicine Cancer Center 3P30CA125123-10S4 $499,947 $89,990 OSBORNE, C BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
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Baylor College of Medicine Cancer Center 3P30CA125123-10S5 $134,220 $24,160 OSBORNE, C BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
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Baylor College of Medicine Cancer Center 5P30CA125123-10 $3,253,119 $585,561 OSBORNE, C BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
42
Biochemical Analysis of Multidrug Resistance-linked Transport Proteins ZIA BC 010030 $791,464 $39,573 Ambudkar, Suresh CCR (NCI)
43
Bioinformatics: Systems Biology of Pediatric Cancers ZIA BC 011002 $351,277 $351,277 Khan, Javed CCR (NCI)
44
Biologic and Preclinical Studies of Myeloid Malignancies 1R50CA211452-01 $146,069 $73,035 WONG, JASMINE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO
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Biology and Prognostic Implications of FLT3 Mutations in AML 4R01CA114563-10 $429,543 $214,772 MESHINCHI, SOHEIL FRED HUTCHINSON CANCER RESEARCH CENTER
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Biomarkers and Therapeutic Targets in Angiogenesis and Metastasis ZIA BC 011334 $353,472 $353,472 Kaplan, Rosandra CCR (NCI)
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Biomarkers in pediatric versus adult myelodysplastic syndromes 5R03CA195618-02 $76,000 $38,000 VERNERIS, MICHAEL UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
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Biostatistics and Data Management Section ZID SC 007202 $560,999 $56,100 Steinberg, Seth CCR (NCI)
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Bone and Soft Tissue Tumor Etiology: Role and Function of TRE17/USP6 4R01CA168452-04 $259,058 $259,058 CHOU, MARGARET CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
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Bone Deficits and Excess Adiposity after Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplantation 4K07CA166177-04 $164,901 $164,901 MOSTOUFI-MOAB, SOGOL CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
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