Career Development Awards: Dissertation


2010 (Cycle 16)

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Targeting Breast Tumor Stem Cells with Cell Cycle Inhibitors
Award: $75,981
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
MRI Registration for Therapy Evaluation and Annual Screening
Award: $76,000
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Electronics for High Resolution Breast-Dedicated PET
Award: $75,924
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
A Novel Mediator of AI Resistance in Breast Cancer
Award: $76,000
Institution: Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Pharmacological Modulation of PP2A Activity in Breast Cancer
Award: $29,366
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis

2009 (Cycle 15)

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Diffusion-Weighted MRI in Monitoring Breast Cancer Treatment
Award: $48,115
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Understanding the Role of GATA3 in Breast Cancer
Award: $38,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
A Genetic System for Identification of Mammary Stem Cells
Award: $76,000
Institution: Salk Institute for Biological Studies Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
The Role of Estrogen Receptor in Endocrine Resistance
Award: $76,000
Institution: Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Substrate Profiling of Breast Cancer Related Proteases
Award: $76,000
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
A Predictive Factor for Eribulin Treatment of Breast Cancer
Award: $74,988
Institution: University of California, Santa Barbara Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Sound Speed Tomography for Early Breast Cancer Detection
Award: $74,325
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Health Anxiety as a Risk for Insomnia in Breast Cancer
Award: $72,976
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Novel Akt Regulatory Factor PHLPP in Breast Cancer
Award: $0
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis

2008 (Cycle 14)

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Dietary Metabolite Inhibition of Breast Cancer Cell Survival
Award: $72,508
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Functional Breast MRI with BOLD Contrast
Award: $75,994
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Provider Communication and Health in Breast Cancer Survivors
Award: $65,744
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Reproductive Concerns and Depression among Younger Survivors
Award: $34,617
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Dissecting the Role of Twist in Breast Cancer Metastasis
Award: $76,000
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Chemokine Receptor Signaling in Breast Cancer
Award: $74,660
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Prognostic Implications of DNA Glycation in Breast Cancer
Award: $67,060
Institution: Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Subject Area: Etiology
Development of a Breast MRI Computer-Aided Diagnosis System
Award: $76,000
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology
Novel Anti-HER2 Fragments for Better Detection and Therapy
Award: $38,000
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Role of Estrogen-modulated Protein AGR2 in Breast Cancer
Award: $71,491
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Tumor Suppressor 14-3-3sigma in Breast Cancer Progression
Award: $62,434
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Pathogenesis

2007 (Cycle 13)

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The Relationship of BRCA1 and HMGA2 in Breast Cancer
Award: $36,704
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Indole (I3C) Control of Breast Cancer by ER Downregulation
Award: $76,000
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Competition for ADA2 and 3 to Inhibit p53 in Breast Cancer
Award: $21,574
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Mechanisms of Daxx-Mediated Apoptosis in Breast Cancer
Award: $38,000
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Engineering EGFR Antagonists for Breast Tumor Targeting
Award: $75,992
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Mechanisms of HSP90 Inhibitor Action in Breast Cancer
Award: $67,871
Institution: Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Polyamide Inhibitors to Block Estrogen Receptor Function
Award: $75,600
Institution: California Institute of Technology Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Novel Regulation of the Rb Pathway in Breast Epithelium
Award: $74,808
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast

2006 (Cycle 12)

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MYC and CSN5 in the Breast Cancer "Wound Signature" Profile
Award: $76,000
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Inflammation Alters Transcription by ER in Breast Cancer
Award: $75,051
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Pathogenesis
The Role of Serine and Metallo-Hydrolases in Breast Cancer
Award: $72,275
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Social Support and QOL in Older Minority Women with BC
Award: $62,169
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Real-Time 3D Ultrasound Image-Guidance for Breast Surgery
Award: $66,141
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Sulforaphane: Its Potential for Treatment of Breast Cancer
Award: $65,415
Institution: University of California, Santa Barbara Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Social Capital, Social Support and Long-Term Quality of Life
Award: $67,540
Institution: University of California, Berkeley Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues

2005 (Cycle 11)

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A Role for p53 and Splicing Factor SAP145 in Breast Cancer
Award: $76,000
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Integrated Proteomic and Metabolic Analysis of Breast Cancer
Award: $59,121
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Evaluating the Role of the RIN1 Gene in Breast Cancer
Award: $71,835
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Modulation of TGF-beta Signaling in Mammary Epithelial Cells
Award: $73,723
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Treating Insomnia with CBT in Women with Breast Cancer
Award: $73,218
Institution: University of California, San Diego Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Defining Mutagenesis Pathways in Breast Cancer Evolution
Award: $67,520
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Structural Characterization of Aromatase
Award: $67,543
Institution: Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Subject Area: Etiology

2004 (Cycle 10)

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A Novel Approach to Inactivate the Estrogen Receptor
Award: $60,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Gene Expression Profiling in the Developing Mammary Gland
Award: $60,000
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
The Functional Implications of Taxane-induced Neuropathy
Award: $33,937
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues
Control of Aromatase Expression in Breast Cancer
Award: $59,631
Institution: Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Subject Area: Etiology

2003 (Cycle IX)

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Activity Based Profiling of Breast Cancer Xenografts
Award: $30,000
Institution: Scripps Research Institute Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Combined Optical and MRI Imaging for Breast Cancer
Award: $58,304
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Imaging, Biomarkers, & Molecular Pathology

2002 (Cycle VIII)

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Caspase-mediated Apoptosis Mechanisms in Breast Cancer Cells
Award: $60,000
Institution: The Burnham Institute for Medical Research Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Androgen Receptor Gene and PSA Gene in Breast Cancer Risk
Award: $59,557
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
Using Scientific Text to Identify Breast Cancer Risk-Factors
Award: $29,136
Institution: University of California, Irvine Subject Area: Prevention & Risk Reduction
Regulation of SXR and Drug Resistance in Breast Cancer
Award: $41,984
Institution: Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
The Androgen Receptor and Mammographic Density
Award: $59,868
Institution: University of Southern California Subject Area: Etiology
Drug Dose Tailoring Based on Patient-Specific Factors
Award: $11,827
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Innovative Treatments
Cyclin E Affects Growth Arrest in Breast Cancer Cells
Award: $50,386
Institution: University of California, Davis Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Regulation of the Rad1 Checkpoint Complex in Breast Cancer
Award: $59,987
Institution: Stanford University Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Novel Ligands as Probes of Estrogen Receptor Signaling
Award: $50,941
Institution: University of California, San Francisco Subject Area: Pathogenesis
Role of Epimorphin and Progesterone in Breast Development
Award: $23,713
Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Subject Area: Biology of the Normal Breast
Constructed Meaning and Stress in Breast Cancer Experience
Award: $61,536
Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Subject Area: Sociocultural, Behavioral, and Psychological Issues