The projects address lymphedema and tobacco cessation in breast cancer.
The grants will support new and ongoing cancer screening and prevention projects across the state this year.
The project aims to improve the physical, emotional and mental well-being of patients during their journey through survivorship.
The goal of the project led by Wesley Bolch, Ph.D., is to advance cancer care by enhancing the effectiveness of radiopharmaceutical therapy.
Leighton Elliott, M.D., will use the funds to investigate how RNA nanoparticle vaccines can be used to treat alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma.
The team will investigate the role of a protein in diving cancer cachexia and muscle dysfunction.
Thomas Kodadek, Ph.D., and Mohammed Gbadamosi, Ph.D., received High Risk-High Reward grants from the National Institutes of Health.
The project aims to better understand the benefits and harms of medical marijuana in patients with breast cancer.
The project aims to understand the molecular mechanisms of how different classes of estrogen receptor antagonists inhibit breast cancer growth.
The projects reflect the center’s multidisciplinary, collaborative approach to cancer research.