Career Development Awards: Postdoctoral Fellowship


2010 (Cycle 16)

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The Role of Twist1 in Epithelial-mesenchymal Transition
Award: $90,000
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of ANCCA in Tamoxifen Resistant Breast Cancer
Award: $84,822
Institution: University of California, Davis Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
The Role of microRNAs in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
Award: $89,200
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
MRI Guided Focused Ultrasound in Breast Cancer Treatment
Award: $88,257
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Hec1 Inhibitor Synergizes With Taxol in Breast Cancer
Award: $0
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
A Chemical Strategy for Target Discovery in Breast Cancer
Award: $0
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of Clim Proteins in Breast Cancer
Award: $37,961
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast

2009 (Cycle 15)

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Targeting MYC in Human Breast Cancer
Award: $90,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Compounds Blocking Assembly of LRH-1 in Breast Cancer
Award: $90,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
P32: New Functional Target in Breast Cancer Brain Metastasis
Award: $71,577
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Control of BRCA2-mediated Homologous Recombination
Award: $90,000
Institution: University of California, Davis Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Role of Circadian Rhythm Gene Homolog PER3 in Breast Cancer
Award: $45,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Macrophages in Breast Cancer Patients of African Descent
Award: $89,518
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Disparities
The Regulation of SATB1 in Metastatic Breast Cancer
Award: $36,379
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Chemerin as an Immunotherapeutic Agent in Breast Cancer
Award: $89,600
Institution: Palo Alto Veterans Institute for Research Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Risk Factors and Breast Cancer Survival in Black/White Women
Award: $89,996
Institution: Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Subject Area: Disparities

2008 (Cycle 14)

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Global Analysis of Protein Ubiquitination in Breast Cancer
Award: $89,558
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Folate, DNA Methylation, and Breast Cancer Metastasis
Award: $78,647
Institution: University of California, Davis Subject Area: Etiology
Nanotherapy for Breast Cancer Targeting Tumor Macrophages
Award: $90,000
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Regulation of Breast Stem-Progenitor Cell Chromatin by Pygo2
Award: $135,000
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
An Ecological Study of Quality of Life in Low-Income Women
Award: $0
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Genes in Hormone Metabolism Pathway and Breast Cancer
Award: $134,996
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
Global Analysis of Protein Ubiquitination in Breast Cancer
Award: $45,000
Institution: Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Subject Area: Pathogenesis

2007 (Cycle 13)

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Breast Tumor Responses to Novel TGF-beta Inhibitors
Award: $60,521
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Determinants of Response to Microtubule Stabilizing Drugs
Award: $66,302
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
A New Mouse Model of PI3-Kinase Induced Breast Cancer
Award: $89,600
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Cytoskeletal Regulation of Invading Breast Cells
Award: $20,123
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Trask, a Candidate Breast Cancer Metastasis Protein
Award: $90,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Targeting Tissue Factor in Breast Cancer
Award: $89,600
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis

2006 (Cycle 12)

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In Vivo MRS for Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment Monitoring
Award: $90,000
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Chemical Inhibitors of Hsp70 for Breast Cancer
Award: $103,232
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Isolation of Cancer Precursors from Normal Human Breasts
Award: $45,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Modeling, Targeting Acetyl-CoA Metabolism in Breast Cancer
Award: $90,000
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of Podosomes in Breast Cancer Metastasis
Award: $134,618
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Analysis of MicroRNA Expression in Breast Cancer Stem Cells
Award: $134,976
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Profiling Drug Metabolism (P450) Proteins in Breast Cancer
Award: $105,147
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of Chk1 in Breast Cancer DNA Damage Repair
Award: $80,740
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis

2005 (Cycle 11)

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Imaging RhoC-induced Breast Cancer Invasion and Angiogenesis
Award: $119,220
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
cAMP Antagonists of Protein Kinase as Breast Cancer Drugs
Award: $28,404
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Cost-effectiveness of Breast MRI Screening by Cancer Risk
Award: $49,647
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Health Policy & Health Services
Removing Respiratory Artifacts in Nuclide Breast Imaging
Award: $31,556
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
cAMP Antagonists of Protein Kinase as Breast Cancer Drugs
Award: $48,253
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Inhibition of the BRCA2-RAD51 Interaction in Breast Cancer
Award: $134,769
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Apaf-1 is a Transcriptional Target for the ZNF217 Oncogene
Award: $53,649
Institution: University of California, Davis Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Imaging RhoC-induced Breast Cancer Invasion and Angiogenesis
Award: $15,725
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
An Approach to Antiestrogen Resistance in Breast Cancer
Award: $132,860
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Reactivation of the Inactive X Chromosome and Breast Cancer
Award: $48,563
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Regulation of Mammary Epithelial Invasion by MMPs and FGFs
Award: $135,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Role of Integrins in Lymphangiogenesis During Breast Cancer
Award: $134,530
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of LMO4 in Breast Cancer
Award: $135,000
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Androgen Receptor Gene and p21 Gene in Breast Cancer
Award: $34,293
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology

2004 (Cycle 10)

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Targeting of DNA Methylation in Mammary Epithelial Cells
Award: $87,291
Institution: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
FKBP Proteins as Molecular Targets in Breast Cancer Therapy
Award: $88,906
Institution: California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Role of BI-1 Protein in Breast Cancer Apoptosis
Award: $87,424
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Hox Transcriptional Regulation of Breast Tumor Angiogenesis
Award: $30,890
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of Gli3 in Mouse Embryonic Mammary Gland Formation
Award: $90,000
Institution: Childrens Hospital, Los Angeles Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Empowering Acupuncturists to Cooperate with Oncologists
Award: $89,391
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Health Policy & Health Services
Socioeconomics and Ethnicity Affect Tumor Endocrine Status
Award: $42,117
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Disparities
Protective Role of Estrogen Receptor Beta in Mammary
Award: $90,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Proteomic Profiling of Adhesive Structures in Breast Cancer
Award: $90,000
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis

2003 (Cycle IX)

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'Art for Recovery': Expanding Access for the Underserved
Award: $83,368
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Molecular Analysis of BRCA1 Function
Award: $85,557
Institution: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Inhibition of Breast Cancer Cell Invasion by Natural Indoles
Award: $80,000
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Understanding Herceptin Resistance with Dual Function Array
Award: $49,612
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Molecular Analysis of DCIS Progression in a Mouse Model
Award: $80,000
Institution: University of California, Davis Subject Area: Pathogenesis
A Novel Predictive Test for Her-2/EGFR Ab-based Therapeutics
Award: $79,600
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Novel Genes in Mammary Gland Development and Cancer
Award: $80,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Does Disregulaton of Centrosomes Cause Breast Cancer?
Award: $80,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Dissection of Signaling Events in the Mammary Gland in Vivo
Award: $86,400
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Interplay of Family Context and Ethnicity in BRCA1/2 Testing
Award: $79,945
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Mechanism of Estrogen Receptor Loss in Breast Cancer
Award: $17,298
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Pathogenesis

2002 (Cycle VIII)

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Cell-Killing Effect of Orphan Receptor TR3 in Breast Cancer
Award: $84,643
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Using Microarrays to Estimate Breast Cancer Risk
Award: $34,233
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Prevention & Risk Reduction
Effect of Breast Cell Environment on Repair of DNA Damage
Award: $80,656
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Potential Role of a Novel Repressor Complex in Breast Cancer
Award: $0
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Rac/STAT5 Signaling
Award: $79,824
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Fatty Acid Synthase and Breast Cancer
Award: $86,400
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
HOX Transcriptional Regulation of Angiogenesis
Award: $39,029
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Analysis of EGFR Transcript Splicing in C. Elegans
Award: $86,400
Institution: California Institute of Technology Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Role of Pak Kinase in Breast Cancer Cell Cycle Progression
Award: $86,400
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Does the BLM Gene Co-regulate BRCA1 in DNA Damage Response?
Award: $80,671
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Method to Profile Active Metalloproteases in Breast Cancer
Award: $85,576
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of Matrix Metalloproteinase 13 in Breast Cancer
Award: $80,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
BRCA1-dependent Ubiquitin Ligase Activity in Breast Cancer
Award: $65,297
Institution: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Targeting Estrogen Receptors to Mouse Mammary Epithelium
Award: $36,027
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast

2001 (Cycle VII)

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Engineering Antibodies Specific for Breast Cancer Proteases
Award: $20,193
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
The Role of SGK in Breast Cancer Proliferation
Award: $85,212
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Genetic Analysis of ErbB Signaling in C. Elegans
Award: $85,633
Institution: California Institute of Technology Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Molecular Study of BAG Domains: A New Motif in Breast Cancer
Award: $49,869
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of BRCA1 in Nucleotide Excision Repair
Award: $85,968
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
2-D Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Breast Tumors
Award: $62,644
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Molecular Characterization of ErbB2 Positive Breast Cancers
Award: $86,200
Institution: Buck Institute for Age Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
SBP-1: A Novel Survivin Binding Protein in Breast Cancer
Award: $32,050
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Regulation of the ATR Checkpoint Response in Breast Cancer
Award: $86,297
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Genes That Modulate Dioxin-Induced Breast Cancer
Award: $84,731
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Protein Factor PPARg & Vitamin A Compounds in Breast Cancer
Award: $85,218
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Lasp-1 Signaling in Breast Carcinoma Cell Invasion/Migration
Award: $85,508
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
P132Cas and Antiestrogen Resistance of Breast Cancer
Award: $42,660
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Analysis of a Protease Involved in Mammary Development
Award: $79,595
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Coactivators in Mammary Gland Development and Tumorigenesis
Award: $86,400
Institution: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Telomere Clustering is Lost in Mammary Epithelial Tumors
Award: $79,999
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast

2000 (Cycle VI)

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Genes Determining Estrogen Susceptibility in Breast Cancer
Award: $86,400
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Etiology
Tamoxifen-Induced Endometrial Cell Transformation
Award: $85,968
Institution: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Subject Area: Etiology
Role of MMPs in Breast Tumor Initiation and Aggressiveness
Award: $75,422
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of N-CoR During Normal Mammary Gland Development
Award: $75,583
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Discovery and Study of Breast Cancer Secreted Proteins
Award: $85,968
Institution: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
A New Class of Drugs to Treat Breast Cancer
Award: $33,694
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Anti-E-Cadherin Apoptosis of Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma
Award: $80,000
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Identifying the Breast Cancer Target for Indole-3-Carbinol
Award: $40,000
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
A Novel Signal Transduction Pathway in Breast Cancer
Award: $79,981
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of the BMK1-MEKK3 Pathway in Breast Cancer
Award: $64,152
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Identifying Breast Cancer Targets for Protease Inhibitors
Award: $42,120
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Studies on the Role of the ER-beta in Breast Cancer
Award: $59,102
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Analysis of a New Human Caspase in Breast Cancer
Award: $51,527
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Analysis of Angiogenic Pathways in Metastatic Breast Cancer
Award: $86,400
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis

1999 (Cycle V)

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Role of a DNA Damage Response Gene in Breast Cancer
Award: $70,000
Institution: California Institute of Technology Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Identification of Novel Id-1 Regulated Genes in Breast Cells
Award: $75,600
Institution: California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Hox Genes in Normal Breast Development and Breast Cancer
Award: $40,393
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
SXR: A Novel Target for Breast Cancer Therapeutics
Award: $58,132
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Cloning of Senescence Genes in Mammary Epithelial Cells
Award: $75,034
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
The Shp-2 Tyrosine Phosphatase in Breast Tumor Migration
Award: $75,600
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
How Indole-3 Carbinol Inhibits Breast Cancer Cell Growth
Award: $35,000
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Proteolysis of Cyclin E in Normal and Malignant Breast Cells
Award: $31,582
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Generativity and Meaning-making as Resilience Factors in Br
Award: $0
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Social Support and Breast Cancer Control Among Latinas
Award: $27,628
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Do Community Cancer Groups Enhance Well-being?
Award: $74,968
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
ACTR/A1B1 in Mammary Gland Development and Tumorigenesis
Award: $16,178
Institution: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Mechanism of Radiosensitivity in Breast Cancer Cells
Award: $37,200
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Bispecific Antibodies for Radiotherapy of Breast Cancer
Award: $68,615
Institution: University of California, Davis Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
COX-2 and Apoptosis Regulation in Breast Cancer
Award: $75,596
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis

1998 (Cycle IV)

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Prediction of Compliance and Retention in High Risk Patients
Award: $69,555
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Cell Adhesion Signaling Defects in Breast Cancer
Award: $26,841
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Biochemical and Functional Characterization of BRCA1
Award: $75,445
Institution: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Siah-family Genes: Effectors of p53 in Breast Cancer
Award: $74,866
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Novel Binding Functions of Mutant p53 in Breast Cancer Cells
Award: $68,889
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Radiation, Reproductive & Menstrual Factors & Breast Cancer
Award: $60,604
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
A New System for Breast Cancer Drug Delivery
Award: $73,185
Institution: California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute Subject Area: Innovative Treatments

1997 (Cycle III)

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Control of DNA Replication in Breast Cancer
Award: $47,543
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of Meltrin-a in Breast Cancer-Associated Bone Loss
Award: $75,600
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Breast Carcinoma Associated MAR-binding Proteins p90 and p70
Award: $69,998
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
ECM-Regulated Transcription in Breast Cancer
Award: $62,776
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Modulation of Drug Resistance by Protein Kinase C Inhibitors
Award: $24,182
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Physical Activity, Diet and Menarche in a Multiethnic Cohort
Award: $75,546
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
Disruption of Cyclin E/Cell Cycle In Breast Cancer Cells
Award: $75,600
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Integrin Activation in the Metastasis of Breast Cancer
Award: $264
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Bovine Leukemia Virus and Mammary Cell Infection
Award: $69,981
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Etiology
Regulation of Wnt: Clues for breast cancer pathognesis
Award: $13,849
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Pathogenesis
TRAF-regulated Signal Transduction in Breast Cancer
Award: $75,600
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Hormone Receptors and Breast Cancer Survival
Award: $5,862
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
Characterization of Heregulin Targeted Genes
Award: $22,115
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Breast Cancer Gene Therapy Using a Metastasis Inhibitor
Award: $75,599
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Molecular Analysis of BRCA1 Function
Award: $75,045
Institution: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Integrin Receptor Activation in Breast Cancer
Award: $71,564
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Breast Cancer Knowledge/Attitudes:So. Cal. Pacific Islanders
Award: $70,000
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology

1996 (Cycle II)

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Homeobox Genes: A New Class of Human Breast Oncogenes?
Award: $70,000
Institution: University of California, Santa Cruz Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Molecular mechanisms of EGF receptor endocytosis
Award: $69,685
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Potential Tumor Suppressors in Breast Cancer
Award: $69,361
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Why Does Normal Cell Death Not Occur in Breast Cancer?
Award: $38,088
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Anti-breast cancer activity of vitamin A derivatives
Award: $76,126
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Novel Ways to Control the Growth of Mammary Epithelial Cells
Award: $35,256
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Zinc Finger proteins as therapeutic agents for breast
Award: $43,440
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
A New and Practical PET Detector for Imaging Breast Cancer
Award: $69,139
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Genetic Susceptibility to Breast Cancer
Award: $75,436
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
Studies of Tamoxifen/Toremifene DNA interactions in monkeys
Award: $75,000
Institution: University of California, Davis Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Loss of Tumor Suppressor Proteins in Breast Cancer Cells
Award: $69,605
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Targeted search for new transcription factors in breast cell
Award: $61,231
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis

1995 (Cycle I)

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Cripto-A Breast Cancer Marker?
Award: $75,600
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Physical Activity: Impact on Hormones and Breast Cancer Risk
Award: $60,023
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Prevention & Risk Reduction
Prevention of Breast Cancer Tumor Growth by Retinoic Acid
Award: $10,310
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Growth Factor Control of Breast Tumor Cell Proliferation
Award: $35,000
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
EGFR Structure for Drug Design Targeted to Breast Cancer
Award: $68,730
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Alcohol Intake & Risk of Estrogen-Receptor Positive Br Ca
Award: $73,996
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
HSP27 Regulation of Breast Tumor Blood Vessel Growth
Award: $75,570
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Estrogen Receptor Regulation in Breast Cancer
Award: $75,238
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Does Change in Emotional Expression Mediate Cancer Survival?
Award: $74,848
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Cell Microenvironment and Progression of Breast Cancer
Award: $66,048
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Vitamin D and Breast Cancer Prevention: Cell Death vs Growth
Award: $70,000
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Isolation of Estrogen Receptor Cofactors fron Breast Tumors
Award: $68,607
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Changes in Transport into the Nucleus in Breast Cancer
Award: $5,047
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Effects of Stress and Support on Delay in Cancer Treatment
Award: $76,087
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues