2002 (Cycle VIII)

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

African American Women and Breast Cancer: What Works?
  Kaiser Foundation Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Health Policy & Health Services
  Award Type: CRC Pilot
 
Chemotherapy-Induced Ovarian Damage: Prevention and Impact
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: CRC Pilot
 
Chemotherapy-Induced Ovarian Damage: Prevention and Impact
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: CRC Pilot
 

Career Development Awards: Dissertation  Top

Androgen Receptor Gene and PSA Gene in Breast Cancer Risk
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Using Scientific Text to Identify Breast Cancer Risk-Factors
  University of California, Irvine    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Prevention & Risk Reduction
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Regulation of SXR and Drug Resistance in Breast Cancer
  Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
The Androgen Receptor and Mammographic Density
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Drug Dose Tailoring Based on Patient-Specific Factors
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Cyclin E Affects Growth Arrest in Breast Cancer Cells
  University of California, Davis    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Regulation of the Rad1 Checkpoint Complex in Breast Cancer
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Novel Ligands as Probes of Estrogen Receptor Signaling
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Role of Epimorphin and Progesterone in Breast Development
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Constructed Meaning and Stress in Breast Cancer Experience
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Caspase-mediated Apoptosis Mechanisms in Breast Cancer Cells
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Dissertation
 

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

Can Placenta Factors Explain Race Patterns of Breast Cancer?
  Public Health Institute    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Disparities
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Defining a Role for Endothelial Precursor Cells in Breast
  La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Clotting Breast Cancer
  University of California, Irvine    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: IDEA
 
A Novel Anti-estrogen Resistance Mechanism in Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Global Gene Regulation by SATB1 in Metastatic Breast Cancer
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEA
 
MMP-Directed Synthesis of Invasive Breast Cancer Blockers
  Scripps Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Identifying Sources of Genomic Instability in Breast Cancer
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Weight Loss in Public Hospital Breast Cancer Patients
  LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
  Award Type: IDEA
 

Career Development Awards: New Investigator  Top

Studies of Telomere Capping Dysfunction in Breast Cancer
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Understanding Aging Effects in the Breast
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Impact of Breast Cancer and its Therapy on Bone Density
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Health Policy & Health Services
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
The Role of PTEN in Progression of Ductal Carcinoma in situ
  Cedars-Sinai Medical Center    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Locating Novel Breast Cancer Genes using DNA Microarrays
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: New Investigator
 

Career Development Awards: Postdoctoral Fellowship  Top

Cell-Killing Effect of Orphan Receptor TR3 in Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Using Microarrays to Estimate Breast Cancer Risk
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Prevention & Risk Reduction
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Effect of Breast Cell Environment on Repair of DNA Damage
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Potential Role of a Novel Repressor Complex in Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Diego    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Rac/STAT5 Signaling
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Fatty Acid Synthase and Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
HOX Transcriptional Regulation of Angiogenesis
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Analysis of EGFR Transcript Splicing in C. Elegans
  California Institute of Technology    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Role of Pak Kinase in Breast Cancer Cell Cycle Progression
  Scripps Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Does the BLM Gene Co-regulate BRCA1 in DNA Damage Response?
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Method to Profile Active Metalloproteases in Breast Cancer
  Scripps Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Role of Matrix Metalloproteinase 13 in Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
BRCA1-dependent Ubiquitin Ligase Activity in Breast Cancer
  Salk Institute for Biological Studies    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Targeting Estrogen Receptors to Mouse Mammary Epithelium
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 

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

Understanding Telomere Dynamics in the Breast
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: RFA
 
Statistical Techniques for Breast Biology & Cancer Research
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: RFA
 
Breast Cancer Prevention with Estrogen
  University of California, Berkeley    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Prevention & Risk Reduction
  Award Type: RFA
 

Collaboration Awards: SPRC (Scientific Perspectives Research Collaboration) Exploratory Awards  Top

Compositional Breast Density as a Risk Factor
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
  Award Type: SPRC Exploratory
 

Innovative Awards: STEP Award  Top

Profiling Enzyme Activities in Models of Human Breast Cancer
  Scripps Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: STEP
 
Fiber, Estrogen and Breast Cancer in Mexican American Women
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Prevention & Risk Reduction
  Award Type: STEP
 
Cloning of the X Chromosome's Putative Tumor Suppressor Gene
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: STEP
 
Steroid Receptor Coactivators in Mammary Gland Development
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: STEP
 
The Importance of Growth Inhibitory Signals in Normal Breast
  University of California, Los Angeles    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: STEP
 
Structure and Function of the Bax Apoptosis Regulator
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: STEP
 
Retinoids in Combination Therapies against Breast Cancer
  Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: STEP
 
Regulation of Estrogen Response by Corepressors
  University of California, Davis    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: STEP
 
Potential New Drug Therapy for Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: STEP
 
Identification and Prognostic Value of ERb in Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Prevention & Risk Reduction
  Award Type: STEP
 
Identifying Accessible Targets in Human Breast Tumors
  Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: STEP
 
The Detailed Structure of a Model Breast Cancer Genome
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: STEP
 
PPAR Modulators as Apoptosis Sensitizers for Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: STEP
 
Three-Dimensional Modeling of Breast Cancer Progression
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: STEP
 
Novel Retinoids with Enhanced Anti-Breast Tumor Efficacy
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: STEP
 
TR3-based Peptides for Apoptosis in Breast Cancer
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Innovative Treatments
  Award Type: STEP
 
Molecular Pathogenesis of Metastatic Breast Cancer
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: STEP
 
Infinite Expansion of Breast Tumor Samples in Culture
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: STEP
 
Immune-Function Genes and Race Differences in Breast Cancer
  Cancer Prevention Institute of California    
  Research Priority: Community Impact of Breast Cancer > Disparities
  Award Type: STEP
 

Career Development Awards: Training Program  Top

USC/NCCC Breast Cancer Research Training Program
  University of Southern California    
  Research Priority: Etiology and Prevention > Etiology
  Award Type: Training Program
 

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

Prognostic Value of Ras Activation in Breast Cancer
  University of California, San Diego    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Pathogenesis
  Award Type: TRC Full
 
Breast Stromal Genes Act as Early Markers of Malignancy
  University of California, San Francisco    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
  Award Type: TRC Full
 
Breast Stromal Genes Act as Early Markers of Malignancy
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
  Award Type: TRC Full
 

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

New Imager to Improve Specificity in Breast Cancer Detection
  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory    
  Research Priority: Detection, Prognosis and Treatment > Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
  Award Type: TRC Pilot
 
Genetic Alterations in MRI Screen-Detected Breast Lesions
  Stanford University    
  Research Priority: Biology of the Breast Cell > Biology of the Normal Breast
  Award Type: TRC Pilot