Innovative Awards: IDEAS II


2000 (Cycle VI)

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Influence of Localized DDT Exposure on Breast Cancer
Award: $305,989
Institution: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Subject Area: Etiology
Breast Cancer in California Teachers- Regional Variations
Award: $160,267
Institution: Public Health Institute Subject Area: Etiology
Breast Cancer Prevention by Analogs of EGCG from Green Tea
Award: $296,115
Institution: SRI International Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Method for Measuring Breast Epithelial Turnover in Humans
Award: $197,000
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Cognitive Changes After Adjuvant Therapy for Breast Cancer
Award: $199,997
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Communicating Breast Cancer Risk in Ethnically Diverse Women
Award: $244,199
Institution: LA Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Molecular Staging of Breast Cancer Progression
Award: $244,320
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
A Study of the Molecular Heterogeneity of LCIS
Award: $150,000
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Cell Growth Control of Breast Epithelial Cells
Award: $265,950
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Stress Protein and Drug Resistance in Human Breast Cancer
Award: $325,873
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
The Role of IL-8 and its Receptors in Angiogenesis
Award: $149,699
Institution: La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Metastasis Suppressor Genes for Breast Cancer
Award: $312,937
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Profiling Serine Protease Activities in Breast Cancer
Award: $265,950
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Immortalization of Human Mammary Epithelial Cells by ZNF217
Award: $249,255
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Control of Breast Cancer Cell Death
Award: $306,149
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
A Patient Decision Support Framework for Breast Cancer
Award: $148,400
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Targeted Chemotherapy to Treat Breast Cancer
Award: $200,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Suppressor Genes of Breast Cancer
Award: $195,000
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
DNA Packaging Defects in Breast Cancer
Award: $333,261
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Cell Adhesion and Drug Resistance in Breast Cancer
Award: $190,773
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Chinese Herbal Therapy (CHT) for Symptom Management
Award: $200,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Role of p14ARF in Metastatic Breast Cancer
Award: $365,000
Institution: Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Novel Anti-Angiogenic Agents for Breast Cancer Therapy
Award: $366,022
Institution: SRI International Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Novel Agents for Treatment of Advanced Breast Cancer
Award: $388,866
Institution: SRI International Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Thrombosis for Anti-angiogenic Therapy of Breast Cancer
Award: $199,633
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
A Vascular Restriction of Mammary Tumor Progression
Award: $384,466
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Protein Markers in Nipple Aspirates for Breast Cancer
Award: $199,019
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Pregnancy and Breast Cancer: an Immunological Connection?
Award: $74,600
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Role of p53 in Irradiated Stroma and Mammary Carcinogenesis
Award: $335,335
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis

1999 (Cycle V)

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A New Gene Regulation Factor, LMO-4, in Breast Cancer
Award: $54,823
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Pathogenesis
GATA-3 Expression in Hormone Responsive Breast Cancer
Award: $232,444
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Nitric Oxide and Arginine in Normal and Tumorous Breast
Award: $200,000
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Unique Genes Expressed in Cancer Cells
Award: $149,850
Institution: University of California, Riverside Subject Area: Etiology
IGF System and Breast Cancer in Postmenopausal Women
Award: $122,041
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
Breast Cancer Prevention by Inhibition of Estrogen Action
Award: $302,983
Institution: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Subject Area: Prevention & Risk Reduction
Oncogenes, Progression and Biomarkers
Award: $141,871
Institution: University of California, Davis Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
HER2/Neu DNA Vaccines for Breast Cancer
Award: $197,249
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Breast Cancer Cell Binding to the Endothelium
Award: $326,892
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Indole Derivatives as Novel Breast Cancer Therapeutics
Award: $150,000
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
The Regulation of p53 Activity in Breast Cancer
Award: $51,393
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Effectiveness of Electronic Support Groups for Breast Cancer
Award: $98,605
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Role of the POP1 Gene in Breast Cancer Genomic Stability
Award: $112,710
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Molecular Structure of BAG-1:a New Protein in Breast Cancer
Award: $291,778
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
How Does Endostatin Inhibit Breast Cancer Angiogenesis?
Award: $292,535
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Spatial Control of Matrix Proteolysis in Breast Cancer
Award: $0
Institution: La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Targeting Breast Cancer Blood Vessels
Award: $363,905
Institution: Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Clinical Utility of Breast Cancer DNA Markers in Plasma
Award: $372,242
Institution: John Wayne Cancer Institute Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Mechanisms of Fluid Transport in Human Mammary Epithelium
Award: $149,822
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Role of the EphB4 Receptor Tyrosine Kinase in Breast Cancer
Award: $389,758
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
New Radiation Therapy for HER-2-overexpressing Breast Cancer
Award: $200,000
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
A New Gene Regulation Factor, LMO-4, in Breast Cancer
Award: $134,677
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Breast Cancer Gene Expression Using Amplified Core Biopsies
Award: $155,286
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Protease Fingerprinting to Diagnose Breast Cancer
Award: $285,405
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
A New Model for Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma
Award: $200,000
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Specificity of Ras Signaling in Breast Cancer
Award: $236,706
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Spatial Control of Matrix Proteolysis in Breast Cancer
Award: $340,383
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Laboratory Testing of Chinese Herbs Used for Breast Cancer
Award: $85,754
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments

1998 (Cycle IV)

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Role of Rb Protein and Cell Cycle Defects in Breast Cancer
Award: $283,376
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Targets of B Cell Infiltrate in Medullary Breast Cancer
Award: $279,890
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Exercise and Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence
Award: $236,299
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
A Novel Drug Induces Apoptosis in Breast Cancer Cells
Award: $228,595
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Role of Gamma-catenin in a Breast Cancer Mouse Model
Award: $290,363
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Chromatin Regulation of Breast Cancer Cell Senescence
Award: $231,844
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Diet & Breast Cancer in the California Teachers Study Cohort
Award: $149,094
Institution: Cancer Prevention Institute of California Subject Area: Prevention & Risk Reduction
Genes Involved in Immortalization of Human Mammary Cells
Award: $251,476
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Epidemiology of Physical Activity and Ovarian Function
Award: $0
Institution: Kaiser Foundation Research Institute Subject Area: Prevention & Risk Reduction
Progesterone Receptor and Remodeling of Basement Membrane
Award: $120,681
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Alteration of Developmental Genes in Breast Cancer
Award: $292,500
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Leukocyte Recruitment, Angiogenesis and Breast Cancer
Award: $304,797
Institution: La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine Subject Area: Pathogenesis