1999 (Cycle V)

Collaboration Awards: CRC (Community Research Collaboration) Full Research Awards  Top

A Support Group Alternative for Rural and Isolated Women
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: CRC Full
 
Marin County Breast Cancer Study of Adolescent Risk Factors
  Marin Breast Cancer Watch    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: CRC Full
 
Marin County Breast Cancer Study of Adolescent Risk Factors
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: CRC Full
 
Breast Health Project for Hmong Women and Men
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: CRC Full
 

Collaboration Awards: CRC (Community Research Collaboration) Pilot Awards  Top

Returning to Work and Quality of Life after Breast Cancer
  Women's Cancer Resource Center    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: CRC Pilot
 

Innovative Awards: IDEA (Innovative, Developmental, and Exploratory Awards)  Top

Postmenopausal Breast Cancer: Obesity & the Leptin Receptor
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Breast Cancer Susceptibility Genes in Very High Risk Women
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Exercise, Hormones and Breast Cancer Prevention
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Prevention & Risk Reduction
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Id-1 Expression During Breast Cancer Progression
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Identification of Novel Secreted Proteins of Breast Cancer
  Cedars-Sinai Medical Center    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Role of Chemokine Receptors in Breast Cancer Metastasis
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Novel Breast Cancer Anti-Angiogenic Compounds
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Impact of Opioid Peptides on Breast Cancer Etiology
  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: IDEA
 

Innovative Awards: IDEAS II  Top

GATA-3 Expression in Hormone Responsive Breast Cancer
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Nitric Oxide and Arginine in Normal and Tumorous Breast
  University of California, San Diego    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Unique Genes Expressed in Cancer Cells
  University of California, Riverside    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
IGF System and Breast Cancer in Postmenopausal Women
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Breast Cancer Prevention by Inhibition of Estrogen Action
  Cedars-Sinai Medical Center    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Prevention & Risk Reduction
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Oncogenes, Progression and Biomarkers
  University of California, Davis    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
HER2/Neu DNA Vaccines for Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Breast Cancer Cell Binding to the Endothelium
  Scripps Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Indole Derivatives as Novel Breast Cancer Therapeutics
  University of California, Berkeley    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
The Regulation of p53 Activity in Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Diego    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Effectiveness of Electronic Support Groups for Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Role of the POP1 Gene in Breast Cancer Genomic Stability
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Molecular Structure of BAG-1:a New Protein in Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
How Does Endostatin Inhibit Breast Cancer Angiogenesis?
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Spatial Control of Matrix Proteolysis in Breast Cancer
  La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Targeting Breast Cancer Blood Vessels
  Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Clinical Utility of Breast Cancer DNA Markers in Plasma
  John Wayne Cancer Institute    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Mechanisms of Fluid Transport in Human Mammary Epithelium
  University of California, Berkeley    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Role of the EphB4 Receptor Tyrosine Kinase in Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
New Radiation Therapy for HER-2-overexpressing Breast Cancer
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
A New Gene Regulation Factor, LMO-4, in Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Diego    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Breast Cancer Gene Expression Using Amplified Core Biopsies
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Protease Fingerprinting to Diagnose Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
A New Model for Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Specificity of Ras Signaling in Breast Cancer
  Scripps Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Spatial Control of Matrix Proteolysis in Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Laboratory Testing of Chinese Herbs Used for Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
A New Gene Regulation Factor, LMO-4, in Breast Cancer
  University of California, Irvine    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 

Career Development Awards: New Investigator  Top

Characterization of hAG-2 and Its Role in Breast Cancer
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
A Role for RAD51B in Breast Cancer
  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: New Investigator
 

Career Development Awards: Postdoctoral Fellowship  Top

Role of a DNA Damage Response Gene in Breast Cancer
  California Institute of Technology    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Identification of Novel Id-1 Regulated Genes in Breast Cells
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Hox Genes in Normal Breast Development and Breast Cancer
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
SXR: A Novel Target for Breast Cancer Therapeutics
  University of California, Irvine    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Cloning of Senescence Genes in Mammary Epithelial Cells
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Shp-2 Tyrosine Phosphatase in Breast Tumor Migration
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
How Indole-3 Carbinol Inhibits Breast Cancer Cell Growth
  University of California, Berkeley    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Proteolysis of Cyclin E in Normal and Malignant Breast Cells
  Scripps Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Generativity and Meaning-making as Resilience Factors in Br
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Social Support and Breast Cancer Control Among Latinas
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Do Community Cancer Groups Enhance Well-being?
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
ACTR/A1B1 in Mammary Gland Development and Tumorigenesis
  Salk Institute for Biological Studies    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Mechanism of Radiosensitivity in Breast Cancer Cells
  Scripps Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Bispecific Antibodies for Radiotherapy of Breast Cancer
  University of California, Davis    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
COX-2 and Apoptosis Regulation in Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 

Topic-targeted Research Awards: RFA (Request for Applications)  Top

Estrogen metabolizing genes, soy and breast cancer in Asians
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Prevention & Risk Reduction
  Award Type: RFA
 
Communication, Content & Impact of Genetics in Breast Cancer
  City of Hope National Medical Center    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: RFA
 
Tamoxifen Prevention: Is it Acceptable to Women at Risk?
  University of California, Davis    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: RFA
 
Breast Cancer Survivorship: Partner's Role in Recovery
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: RFA
 
Beliefs and Risks of Breast Cancer Among African Immigrants
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: RFA
 
Breast Cancer Screening in Women Surviving Hodgkin's Disease
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: RFA
 

Career Development Awards: Training Program  Top

UCLA Biomedical Physics Graduate Training in Breast Cancer
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
  Award Type: Training Program
 

Collaboration Awards: TRC (Translational Research Collaboration) Full Research Awards  Top

Can Molecular Markers Predict Response to Adjuvant Therapy
  Kaiser Foundation Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: TRC Full
 
Can Molecular Markers Predict Response to Adjuvant Therapy?
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: TRC Full