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    Research Grants Awarded

    2006-2007 Grant Cycle : Research Grants Awarded

    Postdoctoral Fellowship

    Characterization of Oncolytic Adenovirus Deleted Core Protein V Gene Regulated by Novel Distinct Pathways in Breast Cancer Model
    Hideyo Ugai, Ph.D.
    The University of Alabama at Birmingham
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    The Role of p21 in Tamoxifen Agonism
    Abde Abukhdeir, Ph.D.
    Johns Hopkins University
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $130,718


    Hormonal Prevention of Tumorigenesis in the BRCA1 Mutant Mammary Gland
    Rebecca Arnett-Mansfield, Ph.D.
    Baylor College of Medicine
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Syndecan-1 regulates {alpha}v{beta}3 integrin activity and signaling during mammary tumorigenesis
    DeannaLee Beauvais, Ph.D.
    University of Wisconsin-Madison (Board of Regents University of Wisconsin System)
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Amphiregulin and breast cancer metastasis to bone
    Jennifer Gilmore, Ph.D.
    Indiana University (Indianapolis)
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $90,000


    Differential Regulation of Breast Cancer Cell Invasive Migration by Akt Isoforms.
    Yuet Ming Rebecca Chin, Ph.D.
    Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Search for Novel Genes Predisposing to Breast Cancer
    Silvia Casadei, Ph.D.
    University of Washington
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    HBXIP regulation of cell division and apoptosis in breast cancer cells
    Yunfei Wen, Ph.D
    Burnham Institute for Medical Research
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Role of caveolin-1 and breast cancer mutants in epithelial transformation.
    David Bryant, Ph.D.
    The Regents of the University of California, San Francisco
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Molecular Basis of BRCA2-mediated Repair of Chromosome Damage
    Eloise Dray, Ph.D
    Yale University
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Identification of novel regulators of tamoxifen resistance in breast cancer cells
    Anna Dubrovska, PhD
    The Scripps Research Institute
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Emi1 Overexpression in Mouse Mammary Gland and Human Breast Cancer
    Pascal Duijf, Ph.D.
    Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Bmi-1 and Epigenetic Mechanisms in Breast Cancer Stem Cells
    Jason Herschkowitz
    Baylor College of Medicine
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Elucidating the Mechanism of Human DNA Repair: Direct Observations of the Interactions of Human Rad51 and BRCA2 Proteins with DNA.
    Jovencio Hilario, Ph.D.
    The Regents of the University of California (University of California Davis)
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $90,000


    Causes and consequences of sub-nuclear re-distribution of telomerase in breast pre-malignancy
    William Hines, Ph.D.
    The Regents of the University of California, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $90,000


    The role of Gpr125 in breast stem/progenitor cells
    Angela Incassati, Ph.D.
    New York University School of Medicine
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    ROLE OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR ON DENDRITIC CELL FUNCTION: INTERPLAY BETWEEN ANGIOGENESIS AND ANTI-TUMOR IMMUNITY
    Walid Kamoun, Ph.D
    Massachusetts General Hospital (The General Hospital Corp.)
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Harnessing Hsp90 tumor biology in the development of novel PET tracers
    Yanlong Kang, Ph. D.
    Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $90,000


    Contribution of Nuclear Receptor Corepressor SMRT in Breast Cancer Cell Proliferation
    Sudipan Karmakar, Ph.D.
    Baylor College of Medicine
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Novel genomic approaches to understanding and preventing resistance to selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs) in breast cancer
    Hyun-Jung Kim, Ph.D
    University of California, San Diego Health Sciences Fellows
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Genes that regulate breast cancer brain metastasis
    Mihaela Lorger, Ph.D.
    The Scripps Research Institute
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Computationally Derived Estrogen Profiles for Breast Cancer Risk Stratification
    Susan Maskery, Ph.D. Chemical Engineering M.S. Chemical Engineeri
    Windber Research Institute
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Development of Second Harmonic Generation Imaging for Intravital Monitoring of Mammary Tumorigenesis and Tumor-Stromal Interactions
    Trevor McKee, Ph.D.
    University Health Network
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Breast Cancer Invasion via Cell Growth and Survival Signaling Pathways
    Michelle Mendoza, Ph.D.
    Harvard Medical School
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    CAV-1 in Estrogen-Dependent Breast Cancer
    Isabelle Mercier, PhD
    Thomas Jefferson University
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    HER2 and Cyclin E: Novel Interaction and Opportunities for Therapy
    Elizabeth Mittendorf, M.D.
    University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    A Novel Role for Telomerase: Regulating Growth of Breast Epithelial Cells
    Shibani Mukherjee, Ph.D.
    Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    DEVELOPMENT OF AN ER-POSITIVE BREAST CANCER METASTASIS MODEL THROUGH STROMAL-EPITHELIAL INTERACTIONS
    Mauricio Pinto, Ph.D.
    Regents of the University of Colorado, University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center (UCDHSC) - Fitzsimons Campus
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Examining CIK cell trafficking to breast tumor tissue in vivo
    Jennifer Prescher, Ph.D.
    Stanford University
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Functional Analysis of the Cancer-Amplified Coactivator AIB3 in Hormonal Promotion of Breast Cancer
    Li Qin, Ph.D
    Baylor College of Medicine
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $90,000


    Immune system contribution to the progression of mammary tumors towards hormone-independent behavior.
    Natalia Rubinstein, Ph.D.
    Universidad de Buenos Aires- Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Tamoxifen and black cohosh in ACI.COP-Ept2 rat model of breast cancer
    Rachel Ruhlen, Ph.D.
    University of Missouri-Columbia
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Cancer stem cells and tamoxifen resistance
    Jennifer Selever, Ph.D.
    Baylor College of Medicine
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Telomerase recruitment as a novel target in breast cancer treatment
    AGNEL SFEIR, Ph.D.
    The Rockefeller University
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    IKBKE-mediated transformation in breast carcinogenesis
    Rhine Shen, Ph.D.
    Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Molecular and functional characterization of breast cancer heterogeneity
    Michail Shipitsin, Ph.D.
    Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Mechanical Stress: an unexplored factor in regulation of cell signaling in DCIS and early breast cancer progression
    Jiaxu Wang, Ph.D.,
    BC Cancer Agency/British Columbia Cancer Agency
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Regulation of Breast Cancer Progression by the ADAMs Family of Proteases
    Fang Wen, M.D., Ph.D.
    Burnham Institute for Medical Research
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    SPIO-Loaded Nanotubular Capsules as Ultra-Sensitive MRI Probes for Breast Cancer Detection
    Chunfu Zhang
    UT Southwestern Medical Center
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Cell compartment specific Ras signaling and breast cancer
    Zeyi Zheng
    Baylor College of Medicine
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000


    Exploiting the thermal regulation of T cell activation to invigorate the immune response to breast cancer
    lingwen zhong, Ph.D.
    Roswell Park Cancer Institute Alliance Foundation
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    $135,000



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