Cancer Institute A national cancer institute
designated cancer center

2006 Research Awards

We are pleased to announce the first Cancer Center Developmental Awards in Population and Translational Sciences. To learn more about the criteria for these developmental grants, please see the original request for applications.

We will request applications for the 2007 Cancer Center Developmental Awards in Population and Translational Sciences in mid-autumn 2006.

2006 Grants in Population Sciences Research

2006 Grants in Translational Research

 

2006 Cancer Center Developmental Grant in Population Sciences Research
5 awards selected from 11 submissions

John K Chan, MD
Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology - Gynecologic Oncology
Project: Population-Based Cancer Epidemiology Using the SEER-Medicare Database

Ellen T Chang, ScD
Research Scientist, Northern California Cancer Center
Project: Determinants of Hepatitis B Awareness and Prevention in Chinese Americans

Christina Clarke, MD
Associate Director of Surveillance Research, Northern California Cancer Center
Project: Defining Populations at Risk of Melanoma in California: Influence of Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Ultraviolet Light Exposure

Sally L. Glaser, PhD
Director of Greater Bay Area Cancer Registry, Northern California Cancer Center
Project: Preparing the Stanford Hodgkin Lymphoma Patient Cohort of Novel Epidemiologic And Clinical Studies

Alice S. Whittemore, PhD
Professor, Health Research and Policy
Project: Protein Expression of BRCA1-related and Sporadic Breast and Ovarian Cancers: Is there a BRCA1 Signature?

 

2006 Cancer Center Developmental Grant in Translational Research
14 awards selected from 29 submissions

Laurie Ailles, PhD
Research Associate, Pathology & Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine
Project: Identification of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma (HNSCC) Stem Cells and Characterization of their Biological Properties

J. Martin Brown, PhD
Professor, Radiation Oncology – Radiation Biology
Project: Role of Bone Marrow Derived Cells in Response of Solid Tumors to Radiotherapy

Gilbert Chu, MD, PhD
Professor, Medicine – Oncology and Biochemistry
Project: Targeting Cancer with Steroid Adapters that Inhibit DNA Repair

John K. Chan, MD
Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology - Gynecologic Oncology
Project: Preclinical Development of a Targeted Dual Biotherapy for Ovarian Cancer Using a Molecular Bioluminescence Imaging Model

Howard Y. Chang, PhD
Assistant Professor, Dermatology
Project: Pilot Studies toward a Phase I Trial of a Targeted Therapy for Breast Cancers Exhibiting the Poor-Prognosis Wound Signature

Michael Cleary, MD
Professor, Pathology and Pediatrics
Project: Targeted Kinase Therapy for MLL Leukemia

Amato J.Giaccia, PhD
Professor, Radiation Oncology – Radiation Biology
Project: Inhibition of Lysyl Oxidase for Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer

Quynh-Thu Le, MD
Associate Professor, Radiation Oncology – Radiation Therapy
Project: Identification of Molecular Effectors for Perineural Invasion in Adenoid Cystic Carcinomas

Joseph Presti Jr., MD
Professor, Urology
Project: Calcitriol with or without Soy in Men on Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer

Catherine Shachaf, PhD
Instructor, Microbiology and Immunology
Project: Phospho-Flow Analysis in Human Lung Cancer Cell Populations

Branimir I. Sikic, MD
Professor, Medicine - Oncology
Project: Functional Genomics of Taxane Efficacy in Ovarian Carcinomas

Alejandro E. Sweet-Cordero, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics/Cancer Biology
Project: Identification of Gene Expression Signatures that Predict Response to Therapy in Pediatric Bone Sarcomas

Julie Weitlauf, PhD
Instructor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Science / VAPAHCS
Project: Does History of Sexual Trauma Impact Preventive Screening for Cervical Cancer?

Robert B. West, MD
Assistant Professor, Surgical Pathology
Project: High Through-put FISH Screening of Ets Gene Family in Cancer

Posted: 08/15/06

Stanford Medicine Resources:

Footer Links: