Biology of the Breast Cell: the basic science of the disease: Pathogenesis

Research that specifically focuses on breast cancer tumor, stromal biology and metastatic process, including: (1) studies of relevant proteins and genes with an emphasis on their relationship to the actual disease, and (2) elucidating key cell signaling, growth control, cell cycle, and apoptosis pathways.


Targeting heterochromatic RNAs in high risk breast cancer 2017 (Cycle 23)
  Salk Institute for Biological Studies   $291,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Cancer stem cell-mediated immune escape. 2017 (Cycle 23)
  University of California, Riverside   $187,500
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Targeting Internal Ribosome Entry Site Transacting Factors 2017 (Cycle 23)
  Stanford University   $236,225
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Cell-free tumor DNA in CSF decodes breast cancer brain mets 2015 (Cycle 21)
  Stanford University   $236,541
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Systemic metabolic reprogramming by BC-secreted microRNAs 2014 (Cycle 20)
  Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope   $180,515
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Targeting Breast Cancer Metastasis to Bone 2014 (Cycle 20)
  Stanford University   $237,448
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Mechanical stressors and age as regulators of telomerase 2014 (Cycle 20)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $208,900
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Rescuing HR DNA Repair in BRCA1-Mutation Carriers 2012 (Cycle 18)
  Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope   $166,406
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Understanding HER3 and mTor Signaling in Breast Cancer 2012 (Cycle 18)
  University of California, San Francisco   $100,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Establishing Cell Lifespans in Cancer and Normal Breast 2012 (Cycle 18)
  University of California, Davis   $155,728
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Breast Cancer-secreted MicroRNAs in the Pre-metastatic Niche 2011 (Cycle 17)
  Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope   $252,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Novel Cell-matrix Markers and Drivers of Breast Cancer 2011 (Cycle 17)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $262,500
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Molecular classification of early breast neoplasia 2011 (Cycle 17)
  Stanford University   $156,561
  Award Type: IDEA
 
The Role of Twist1 in Epithelial-mesenchymal Transition 2010 (Cycle 16)
  University of California, San Diego   $90,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Role of microRNAs in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer 2010 (Cycle 16)
  University of California, San Francisco   $89,200
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Myeloperoxidase Mediated Protection in Breast Cancer 2010 (Cycle 16)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $286,500
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Local Adipocyte Function in Breast Cancer 2010 (Cycle 16)
  Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies   $272,993
  Award Type: IDEA
 
p97 as a Therapeutic Target in Breast Cancer Metastasis 2010 (Cycle 16)
  Proteomics Research Institute for Systems Medicine   $292,500
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Inhibiting Mutation to Prevent and Treat Breast Cancer 2010 (Cycle 16)
  Scripps Research Institute   $63,021
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Reelin Signaling Involvement in Breast Cancer Cell Migration 2010 (Cycle 16)
  University of California, Los Angeles   $149,493
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Complement-mediated Stem Cell Recruitment to Breast Cancer 2010 (Cycle 16)
  Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies   $136,500
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Pharmacological Modulation of PP2A Activity in Breast Cancer 2010 (Cycle 16)
  Scripps Research Institute   $29,366
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
A Chemical Strategy for Target Discovery in Breast Cancer 2010 (Cycle 16)
  Scripps Research Institute   $0
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Stroma Expression Patterns in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Stanford University   $188,097
  Award Type: IDEA-competitive renewal
 
Targeting MYC in Human Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  University of California, San Francisco   $90,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Understanding the Role of GATA3 in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  University of California, San Francisco   $38,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Novel Akt Regulatory Factor PHLPP in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  University of California, San Diego   $0
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
The Role of Estrogen Receptor in Endocrine Resistance 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope   $76,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
A Molecular Strategy to Inhibit Breast Cancer Metastasis 2009 (Cycle 15)
  University of California, San Francisco   $150,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
P32: New Functional Target in Breast Cancer Brain Metastasis 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Scripps Research Institute   $71,577
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Control of BRCA2-mediated Homologous Recombination 2009 (Cycle 15)
  University of California, Davis   $90,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Substrate Profiling of Breast Cancer Related Proteases 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Scripps Research Institute   $76,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Discovery of Fusion Genes in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Stanford University   $160,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Breast Cancer Tumor-Stroma Interactions in an In Vivo Model 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Vaccine Research Institute of San Diego   $279,336
  Award Type: IDEA
 
The Role of EGF Variant mLEEK and Grp78 in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Stanford University   $241,380
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Role of Circadian Rhythm Gene Homolog PER3 in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  University of California, San Francisco   $45,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Role of p68 in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $165,335
  Award Type: IDEA
 
The Regulation of SATB1 in Metastatic Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $36,379
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Proline Metabolism in Metastatic Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $284,895
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Finding BRCA1 Ubiquitinated Substrates in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $191,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Podocalyxin as a Basal-like Breast Cancer Stem Cell Marker 2009 (Cycle 15)
  University of Southern California   $243,676
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Membrane-associated Estrogen Receptors in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  University of California, Los Angeles   $149,119
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Stroma Expression Patterns in Breast Cancer 2009 (Cycle 15)
  Palo Alto Veterans Institute for Research   $164,403
  Award Type: IDEA-competitive renewal
 
Global Analysis of Protein Ubiquitination in Breast Cancer 2008 (Cycle 14)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $89,558
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Dietary Metabolite Inhibition of Breast Cancer Cell Survival 2008 (Cycle 14)
  University of California, Berkeley   $72,508
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Dissecting the Role of Twist in Breast Cancer Metastasis 2008 (Cycle 14)
  University of California, San Diego   $76,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Chemokine Receptor Signaling in Breast Cancer 2008 (Cycle 14)
  University of California, San Diego   $74,660
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Nanolipoproteins to Study Breast Cancer Growth Receptors 2008 (Cycle 14)
  University of California, Davis   $99,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Global Analysis of Protein Ubiquitination in Breast Cancer 2008 (Cycle 14)
  Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center   $45,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Maternal Embryonic Leucine Zipper Kinase in Mammary Tumors 2008 (Cycle 14)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $286,500
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Role of Estrogen-modulated Protein AGR2 in Breast Cancer 2008 (Cycle 14)
  University of California, Irvine   $71,491
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Tumor Suppressor 14-3-3sigma in Breast Cancer Progression 2008 (Cycle 14)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $62,434
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Determination of Stromal Gene Expression in Breast Cancer 2007 (Cycle 13)
  Palo Alto Veterans Institute for Research   $136,217
  Award Type: IDEA
 
The Relationship of BRCA1 and HMGA2 in Breast Cancer 2007 (Cycle 13)
  University of California, Irvine   $36,704
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Indole (I3C) Control of Breast Cancer by ER Downregulation 2007 (Cycle 13)
  University of California, Berkeley   $76,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Lipid Raft Composition in Deregulated ERBB2 Signaling 2007 (Cycle 13)
  University of California, Los Angeles   $99,371
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Competition for ADA2 and 3 to Inhibit p53 in Breast Cancer 2007 (Cycle 13)
  University of California, Irvine   $21,574
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
A New Mouse Model of PI3-Kinase Induced Breast Cancer 2007 (Cycle 13)
  University of California, San Francisco   $89,600
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Mechanisms of Daxx-Mediated Apoptosis in Breast Cancer 2007 (Cycle 13)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $38,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Breast Tumor Responses to Novel TGF-beta Inhibitors 2007 (Cycle 13)
  University of California, San Francisco   $60,521
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Trask, a Candidate Breast Cancer Metastasis Protein 2007 (Cycle 13)
  University of California, San Francisco   $90,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Targeting Tissue Factor in Breast Cancer 2007 (Cycle 13)
  Scripps Research Institute   $89,600
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
MYC and CSN5 in the Breast Cancer "Wound Signature" Profile 2006 (Cycle 12)
  Stanford University   $76,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
A Candidate Marker of Mammary Tumor Initiating Cells 2006 (Cycle 12)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $284,262
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Modeling, Targeting Acetyl-CoA Metabolism in Breast Cancer 2006 (Cycle 12)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $90,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Inflammation Alters Transcription by ER in Breast Cancer 2006 (Cycle 12)
  University of California, San Diego   $75,051
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
The Role of Serine and Metallo-Hydrolases in Breast Cancer 2006 (Cycle 12)
  Scripps Research Institute   $72,275
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Identification of Metastasis Competent Breast Cancer Cells 2006 (Cycle 12)
  La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine   $267,567
  Award Type: IDEA
 
The Role of Estrogen-Related Receptors in Breast Cancer 2006 (Cycle 12)
  Scripps Research Institute   $278,106
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Twist Activation in Breast Cancer Metastasis 2006 (Cycle 12)
  University of California, San Diego   $150,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
The Role of Podosomes in Breast Cancer Metastasis 2006 (Cycle 12)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $134,618
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Role of Chk1 in Breast Cancer DNA Damage Repair 2006 (Cycle 12)
  Scripps Research Institute   $80,740
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Profiling Drug Metabolism (P450) Proteins in Breast Cancer 2006 (Cycle 12)
  Scripps Research Institute   $105,147
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Analysis of MicroRNA Expression in Breast Cancer Stem Cells 2006 (Cycle 12)
  Stanford University   $134,976
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Role of Cell Division Asymmetry in Breast Cancer Stem Cells 2006 (Cycle 12)
  University of California, San Francisco   $149,990
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Identification of Metastasis Competent Breast Cancer Cells 2006 (Cycle 12)
  Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center   $59,805
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Imaging RhoC-induced Breast Cancer Invasion and Angiogenesis 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, San Diego   $119,220
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Breast Cancer Studies in a 3-D Cell Culture System 2005 (Cycle 11)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $188,602
  Award Type: IDEA
 
The Role of B-Myb in Human Breast Cancer Progression 2005 (Cycle 11)
  Stanford University   $156,106
  Award Type: IDEA
 
A Novel Epithelial-Stromal Model of Metastatic Breast Cancer 2005 (Cycle 11)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $205,716
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Stem Cells of Molecularly Diverse ER-Negative Breast Cancers 2005 (Cycle 11)
  Stanford University   $234,165
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Survivin: Target for Breast Cancer Brain Metastases 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of Southern California   $242,854
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Histone Methylation as a Marker of Breast Cancer Progression 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of Southern California   $162,500
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Defining Mammary Cancer Origins in a Mouse Model of DCIS 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, Davis   $149,950
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Structural Analysis of Cancer-Relevant BCRA2 Mutations 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, Davis   $100,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Novel Approach to Analyze Estrogen Action in Breast Cancer 2005 (Cycle 11)
  La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine   $310,950
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Apaf-1 is a Transcriptional Target for the ZNF217 Oncogene 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, Davis   $53,649
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Imaging RhoC-induced Breast Cancer Invasion and Angiogenesis 2005 (Cycle 11)
  Scripps Research Institute   $15,725
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Role of LMO4 in Breast Cancer 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, Irvine   $135,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Role of Integrins in Lymphangiogenesis During Breast Cancer 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, San Diego   $134,530
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Reactivation of the Inactive X Chromosome and Breast Cancer 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, San Francisco   $48,563
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Integrated Proteomic and Metabolic Analysis of Breast Cancer 2005 (Cycle 11)
  Scripps Research Institute   $59,121
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Evaluating the Role of the RIN1 Gene in Breast Cancer 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, Los Angeles   $71,835
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
A Role for p53 and Splicing Factor SAP145 in Breast Cancer 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, Irvine   $76,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Defining Mutagenesis Pathways in Breast Cancer Evolution 2005 (Cycle 11)
  Scripps Research Institute   $67,520
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Identifying Metastatic Breast Cells from Peripheral Blood 2005 (Cycle 11)
  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory   $490,774
  Award Type: IDEA-competitive renewal
 
The Role of the ECM in Breast Cancer DNA Damage Repair 2005 (Cycle 11)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $250,560
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Characterizing Breast Cancer Cells in Blood and Bone Marrow 2004 (Cycle 10)
  Stanford University   $155,781
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Identifying Metastatic Breast Cells from Peripheral Blood 2004 (Cycle 10)
  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory   $203,223
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Role of BI-1 Protein in Breast Cancer Apoptosis 2004 (Cycle 10)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $87,424
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Hox Transcriptional Regulation of Breast Tumor Angiogenesis 2004 (Cycle 10)
  University of California, San Francisco   $30,890
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Proteomic Profiling of Adhesive Structures in Breast Cancer 2004 (Cycle 10)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $90,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Profiling Enzyme Activities in Human Breast Cancer 2004 (Cycle 10)
  Scripps Research Institute   $464,906
  Award Type: TRC Full
 
Profiling Enzyme Activities in Human Breast Cancer 2004 (Cycle 10)
  Stanford University   $400,000
  Award Type: TRC Full
 
Oxidative Stress and Estrogen Receptor Structural Changes 2004 (Cycle 10)
  Buck Institute for Age Research   $1,122,520
  Award Type: SPRC Full
 
Stem Cells in Breast Cancer Metastasis 2004 (Cycle 10)
  Scripps Research Institute   $621,289
  Award Type: SPRC Full
 
Stem Cells in Breast Cancer Metastasis 2004 (Cycle 10)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $313,559
  Award Type: SPRC Full
 
Maspin: Breast Cancer Suppression through Enzyme Inhibition? 2004 (Cycle 10)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $196,115
  Award Type: STEP
 
A Novel Approach to Inactivate the Estrogen Receptor 2004 (Cycle 10)
  University of California, San Francisco   $60,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Src Signaling in Breast Cancer 2003 (Cycle IX)
  University of California, Berkeley   $75,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Role of Oxidative DNA Damage to Breast Tumor Progression 2003 (Cycle IX)
  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory   $588,555
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Molecular Analysis of BRCA1 Function 2003 (Cycle IX)
  Salk Institute for Biological Studies   $85,557
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
A Novel Predictive Test for Her-2/EGFR Ab-based Therapeutics 2003 (Cycle IX)
  University of California, San Francisco   $79,600
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Understanding Herceptin Resistance with Dual Function Array 2003 (Cycle IX)
  University of California, San Francisco   $49,612
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Mechanism of Estrogen Receptor Loss in Breast Cancer 2003 (Cycle IX)
  University of California, Irvine   $17,298
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Molecular Analysis of DCIS Progression in a Mouse Model 2003 (Cycle IX)
  University of California, Davis   $80,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Novel Genes in Mammary Gland Development and Cancer 2003 (Cycle IX)
  University of California, San Francisco   $80,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Study of the Apoptotic Phenotype as a Hallmark of Malignancy 2003 (Cycle IX)
  University of California, San Francisco   $155,099
  Award Type: Career Enrichment
 
Overcoming Tamoxifen-resistance in Breast Cancer 2003 (Cycle IX)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $281,370
  Award Type: STEP
 
Angiogenesis in Hyperplasia to In-Situ Breast Cancers 2003 (Cycle IX)
  University of California, Irvine   $250,000
  Award Type: STEP
 
Activity Based Profiling of Breast Cancer Xenografts 2003 (Cycle IX)
  Scripps Research Institute   $30,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Studies of Telomere Capping Dysfunction in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $117,712
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Profiling Enzyme Activities in Models of Human Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Scripps Research Institute   $369,508
  Award Type: STEP
 
Cell-Killing Effect of Orphan Receptor TR3 in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $84,643
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Cloning of the X Chromosome's Putative Tumor Suppressor Gene 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $284,375
  Award Type: STEP
 
Structure and Function of the Bax Apoptosis Regulator 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $285,141
  Award Type: STEP
 
Potential Role of a Novel Repressor Complex in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  University of California, San Diego   $0
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Fatty Acid Synthase and Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $86,400
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Regulation of Estrogen Response by Corepressors 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  University of California, Davis   $149,942
  Award Type: STEP
 
HOX Transcriptional Regulation of Angiogenesis 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  University of California, San Francisco   $39,029
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Analysis of EGFR Transcript Splicing in C. Elegans 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  California Institute of Technology   $86,400
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Cyclin E Affects Growth Arrest in Breast Cancer Cells 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  University of California, Davis   $50,386
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Role of Pak Kinase in Breast Cancer Cell Cycle Progression 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Scripps Research Institute   $86,400
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Regulation of the Rad1 Checkpoint Complex in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Stanford University   $59,987
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Does the BLM Gene Co-regulate BRCA1 in DNA Damage Response? 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $80,671
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Caspase-mediated Apoptosis Mechanisms in Breast Cancer Cells 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $60,000
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
Method to Profile Active Metalloproteases in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Scripps Research Institute   $85,576
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Molecular Pathogenesis of Metastatic Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $311,367
  Award Type: STEP
 
The Role of Matrix Metalloproteinase 13 in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  University of California, San Francisco   $80,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Identifying Accessible Targets in Human Breast Tumors 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center   $480,843
  Award Type: STEP
 
BRCA1-dependent Ubiquitin Ligase Activity in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Salk Institute for Biological Studies   $65,297
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Novel Ligands as Probes of Estrogen Receptor Signaling 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  University of California, San Francisco   $50,941
  Award Type: Dissertation
 
The Detailed Structure of a Model Breast Cancer Genome 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  University of California, San Francisco   $149,590
  Award Type: STEP
 
A Novel Anti-estrogen Resistance Mechanism in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $143,250
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Prognostic Value of Ras Activation in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  University of California, San Diego   $498,596
  Award Type: TRC Full
 
Three-Dimensional Modeling of Breast Cancer Progression 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $329,901
  Award Type: STEP
 
The Role of PTEN in Progression of Ductal Carcinoma in situ 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Cedars-Sinai Medical Center   $305,507
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Global Gene Regulation by SATB1 in Metastatic Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $161,176
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Locating Novel Breast Cancer Genes using DNA Microarrays 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Stanford University   $477,295
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Infinite Expansion of Breast Tumor Samples in Culture 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $311,400
  Award Type: STEP
 
Identifying Sources of Genomic Instability in Breast Cancer 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Stanford University   $119,059
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Role of Id-2 in Breast Cancer and its Relationship to Id-1 2001 (Cycle VII)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $296,531
  Award Type: STEP
 
The Role of SGK in Breast Cancer Proliferation 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Scripps Research Institute   $85,212
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Genetic Analysis of ErbB Signaling in C. Elegans 2001 (Cycle VII)
  California Institute of Technology   $85,633
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Molecular Study of BAG Domains: A New Motif in Breast Cancer 2001 (Cycle VII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $49,869
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Pathway-Specific Gene Expression in Breast Cancer Cells 2001 (Cycle VII)
  University of California, Davis   $339,287
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
The Functions of BRCA2 in Repairing DNA Damage 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $485,757
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
The Role of BRCA1 in Nucleotide Excision Repair 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Stanford University   $85,968
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Trypsin-like Proteases as Metastatic Agents in Breast Cancer 2001 (Cycle VII)
  University of California, Riverside   $295,893
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Molecular Characterization of ErbB2 Positive Breast Cancers 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Buck Institute for Age Research   $86,200
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
SBP-1: A Novel Survivin Binding Protein in Breast Cancer 2001 (Cycle VII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $32,050
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Regulation of the ATR Checkpoint Response in Breast Cancer 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Stanford University   $86,297
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Novel Enzymes Associated with Breast Cancer Angiogensis 2001 (Cycle VII)
  University of California, San Francisco   $100,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Are EGF-Receptors Activated by IL-8 in Breast Cancer? 2001 (Cycle VII)
  La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine   $155,475
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Overcoming Drug Resistance in Breast Cancer 2001 (Cycle VII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $378,529
  Award Type: STEP
 
The PTEN/Akt Pathway in Ductal Carcinoma In Situ 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Cedars-Sinai Medical Center   $99,604
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Genes That Modulate Dioxin-Induced Breast Cancer 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Stanford University   $84,731
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Lasp-1 Signaling in Breast Carcinoma Cell Invasion/Migration 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Scripps Research Institute   $85,508
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
P132Cas and Antiestrogen Resistance of Breast Cancer 2001 (Cycle VII)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $42,660
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Rodent Model for Human Ductal Carcinoma in Situ 2001 (Cycle VII)
  University of California, Berkeley   $100,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Tumor Suppression by Dystroglycan in Breast Epithelial Cells 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $9,624
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Smoking Effect on Pulmonary Metastasis from Breast Cancer 2001 (Cycle VII)
  University of California, Davis   $74,968
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Tumor Suppression by Dystroglycan in Breast Epithelial Cells 2001 (Cycle VII)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $302,190
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
TGF-B3 and small GTPases in Invasive Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Childrens Hospital, Los Angeles   $323,925
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Role of MMPs in Breast Tumor Initiation and Aggressiveness 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $75,422
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Analysis of Genes Predictive of Breast Cancer Metastasis 2000 (Cycle VI)
  University of California, Davis   $221,925
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
A Study of the Molecular Heterogeneity of LCIS 2000 (Cycle VI)
  University of California, Los Angeles   $150,000
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Cell Growth Control of Breast Epithelial Cells 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Scripps Research Institute   $265,950
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Anti-E-Cadherin Apoptosis of Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma 2000 (Cycle VI)
  University of California, Los Angeles   $80,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Role of IL-8 and its Receptors in Angiogenesis 2000 (Cycle VI)
  La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine   $149,699
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
A Novel Signal Transduction Pathway in Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  University of California, San Diego   $79,981
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Role of the BMK1-MEKK3 Pathway in Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Scripps Research Institute   $64,152
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Metastasis Suppressor Genes for Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Stanford University   $312,937
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Profiling Serine Protease Activities in Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Scripps Research Institute   $265,950
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Immortalization of Human Mammary Epithelial Cells by ZNF217 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $249,255
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
The Control of Breast Cancer Cell Death 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Stanford University   $306,149
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Identifying Breast Cancer Targets for Protease Inhibitors 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Scripps Research Institute   $42,120
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Novel Mechanisms of ErbB-2-Mediated Breast Cancer Metastasis 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Scripps Research Institute   $257,006
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Suppressor Genes of Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $195,000
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
DNA Packaging Defects in Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $333,261
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Cell Adhesion and Drug Resistance in Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $190,773
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Studies on the Role of the ER-beta in Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $59,102
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Tumor Suppression by Dystrogylcan in Breast Epithelial Cells 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $181,347
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Analysis of a New Human Caspase in Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $51,527
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Analysis of Angiogenic Pathways in Metastatic Breast Cancer 2000 (Cycle VI)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $86,400
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
A Novel Antigen Associated with Breast Cancer Metastasis 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center   $135,132
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Role of p53 in Irradiated Stroma and Mammary Carcinogenesis 2000 (Cycle VI)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $335,335
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Role of a DNA Damage Response Gene in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  California Institute of Technology   $70,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
GATA-3 Expression in Hormone Responsive Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  Stanford University   $232,444
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Id-1 Expression During Breast Cancer Progression 1999 (Cycle V)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $78,031
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Breast Cancer Cell Binding to the Endothelium 1999 (Cycle V)
  Scripps Research Institute   $326,892
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
COX-2 and Apoptosis Regulation in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $75,596
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Shp-2 Tyrosine Phosphatase in Breast Tumor Migration 1999 (Cycle V)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $75,600
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Regulation of p53 Activity in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  University of California, San Diego   $51,393
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Proteolysis of Cyclin E in Normal and Malignant Breast Cells 1999 (Cycle V)
  Scripps Research Institute   $31,582
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Molecular Structure of BAG-1:a New Protein in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $291,778
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
How Does Endostatin Inhibit Breast Cancer Angiogenesis? 1999 (Cycle V)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $292,535
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Characterization of hAG-2 and Its Role in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  Stanford University   $166,465
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Targeting Breast Cancer Blood Vessels 1999 (Cycle V)
  Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center   $363,905
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Role of Chemokine Receptors in Breast Cancer Metastasis 1999 (Cycle V)
  University of California, Los Angeles   $41,311
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Role of the EphB4 Receptor Tyrosine Kinase in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $389,758
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
A Role for RAD51B in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory   $406,092
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
A New Gene Regulation Factor, LMO-4, in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  University of California, San Diego   $134,677
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
A New Model for Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma 1999 (Cycle V)
  University of California, Los Angeles   $200,000
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Specificity of Ras Signaling in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  Scripps Research Institute   $236,706
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Spatial Control of Matrix Proteolysis in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $340,383
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
A New Gene Regulation Factor, LMO-4, in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  University of California, Irvine   $54,823
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Spatial Control of Matrix Proteolysis in Breast Cancer 1999 (Cycle V)
  La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine   $0
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Cell Adhesion Signaling Defects in Breast Cancer 1998 (Cycle IV)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $26,841
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Biochemical and Functional Characterization of BRCA1 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Salk Institute for Biological Studies   $75,445
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Siah-family Genes: Effectors of p53 in Breast Cancer 1998 (Cycle IV)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $74,866
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Novel Binding Functions of Mutant p53 in Breast Cancer Cells 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $68,889
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Role of a Newly Discovered Neuregulin in Breast Cancer 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Scripps Research Institute   $87,472
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Intracellular Signaling by PI3K in Breast Cancer Metastasis 1998 (Cycle IV)
  University of California, Davis   $43,329
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Role of Rb Protein and Cell Cycle Defects in Breast Cancer 1998 (Cycle IV)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $283,376
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Targets of B Cell Infiltrate in Medullary Breast Cancer 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Scripps Research Institute   $279,890
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
A Novel Drug Induces Apoptosis in Breast Cancer Cells 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Stanford University   $228,595
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Role of Gamma-catenin in a Breast Cancer Mouse Model 1998 (Cycle IV)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $290,363
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Chromatin Regulation of Breast Cancer Cell Senescence 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $231,844
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Genes Involved in Immortalization of Human Mammary Cells 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $251,476
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Progesterone Receptor and Remodeling of Basement Membrane 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $120,681
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Alteration of Developmental Genes in Breast Cancer 1998 (Cycle IV)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $292,500
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Leukocyte Recruitment, Angiogenesis and Breast Cancer 1998 (Cycle IV)
  La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine   $304,797
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Understanding Breast Cancer Cell Metastasis to Bone 1998 (Cycle IV)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $436,722
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
TGF-Beta Receptor Signaling and Breast Cancer 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $362,691
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Control of DNA Replication in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  Stanford University   $47,543
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Breast Carcinoma Associated MAR-binding Proteins p90 and p70 1997 (Cycle III)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $69,998
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
ECM-Regulated Transcription in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $62,776
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Disruption of Cyclin E/Cell Cycle In Breast Cancer Cells 1997 (Cycle III)
  Scripps Research Institute   $75,600
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Integrin Activation in the Metastasis of Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $264
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Regulation of Wnt: Clues for breast cancer pathognesis 1997 (Cycle III)
  University of California, Irvine   $13,849
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
TRAF-regulated Signal Transduction in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $75,600
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Characterization of Heregulin Targeted Genes 1997 (Cycle III)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $22,115
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Molecular Analysis of BRCA1 Function 1997 (Cycle III)
  Salk Institute for Biological Studies   $75,045
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Integrin Receptor Activation in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  Scripps Research Institute   $71,564
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Fate Mapping of Progesterone Receptor Positive Breast Cells 1997 (Cycle III)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $243,380
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Does Cell Aging Cause Breast Cancer? 1997 (Cycle III)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $239,303
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Recombination and Mutation in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  Pangene Corporation   $260,988
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Analysis of Rac Mutations in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  Scripps Research Institute   $87,413
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Reprogramming Breast Cancer Epithelial Cells 1997 (Cycle III)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $97,500
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Autoantibodies in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  Scripps Research Institute   $130,130
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Growth Factor Receptor Activation in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  Scripps Research Institute   $267,291
  Award Type: IDEA
 
The Role of a Novel Estrogen Receptor in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $231,039
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Novel Breast Cancer Epithelial Cell Metalloproteinase 1997 (Cycle III)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $193,995
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Molecular Karyotyping of Breast Cancer by DNA Fingerprinting 1997 (Cycle III)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $290,550
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Identifying Novel Breast Cancer Tumor Suppressor Genes 1997 (Cycle III)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $97,500
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Hormonal Control of HER2neu and BRCA1 in Breast Cancer 1997 (Cycle III)
  Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center   $286,676
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Homeobox Genes: A New Class of Human Breast Oncogenes? 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of California, Santa Cruz   $70,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Molecular mechanisms of EGF receptor endocytosis 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of California, San Diego   $69,685
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Potential Tumor Suppressors in Breast Cancer 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of California, San Diego   $69,361
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Why Does Normal Cell Death Not Occur in Breast Cancer? 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of California, San Diego   $38,088
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Anti-breast cancer activity of vitamin A derivatives 1996 (Cycle II)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $76,126
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Novel Ways to Control the Growth of Mammary Epithelial Cells 1996 (Cycle II)
  Scripps Research Institute   $35,256
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Zinc Finger proteins as therapeutic agents for breast 1996 (Cycle II)
  Scripps Research Institute   $43,440
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Studies of Tamoxifen/Toremifene DNA interactions in monkeys 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of California, Davis   $75,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Loss of Tumor Suppressor Proteins in Breast Cancer Cells 1996 (Cycle II)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $69,605
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Targeted search for new transcription factors in breast cell 1996 (Cycle II)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $61,231
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Altering telomerase to prevent breast cancer progression 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of California, San Francisco   $44,677
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Why do 70% of Breast Cancers Metastasize to Bone? 1996 (Cycle II)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $97,407
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Proper relocation of a tumor suppressor in Breast Cancer 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of California, Irvine   $50,000
  Award Type: IDEA
 
IGF-II and cathespin D in tumor growth and metastasis 1996 (Cycle II)
  Loma Linda University   $353,776
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
How are Collagenses Involved in Breast Cancer Metastasis? 1996 (Cycle II)
  La Jolla Institute for Molecular Medicine   $584,513
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Oncogene Regulation in Mammary Cancer 1996 (Cycle II)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $616,191
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Mouse model for the loss of Bax expression in breast cancer 1996 (Cycle II)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $385,198
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Estrogen receptor-interacting proteins in breast cancer 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of Southern California   $492,719
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Nongenomic actions of antiestrogens 1996 (Cycle II)
  John Wayne Cancer Institute   $495,150
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Immune responses to breast cancers: function of TRAF protein 1996 (Cycle II)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $284,581
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Enhanced lysosomal degradation of growth factor receptors 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of California, San Diego   $295,246
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Identification of new candidate breast cancer genes 1996 (Cycle II)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $135,748
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Identification of new candidate breast cancer genes 1996 (Cycle II)
  University of California, San Francisco   $186,755
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Abnormal Regulation in Breast Cancer Development/Metastasis 1996 (Cycle II)
  Scripps Research Institute   $516,413
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Prevention of Breast Cancer Tumor Growth by Retinoic Acid 1995 (Cycle I)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $10,310
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Growth Factor Control of Breast Tumor Cell Proliferation 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of California, San Diego   $35,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
HSP27 Regulation of Breast Tumor Blood Vessel Growth 1995 (Cycle I)
  Scripps Research Institute   $75,570
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Estrogen Receptor Regulation in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  Stanford University   $75,238
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Cell Microenvironment and Progression of Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $66,048
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Vitamin D and Breast Cancer Prevention: Cell Death vs Growth 1995 (Cycle I)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $70,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Isolation of Estrogen Receptor Cofactors fron Breast Tumors 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of California, San Diego   $68,607
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Changes in Transport into the Nucleus in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  Scripps Research Institute   $5,047
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
New Method for Measuring Breast Cancer Gene Expression 1995 (Cycle I)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $85,706
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Biology of Telomere Length Conservation in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of Southern California   $78,798
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Progesterone Action in Human Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $85,733
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Regulatory Mechanisms for Growth & Motility in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  Scripps Research Institute   $82,900
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Loss of p53 Tumor Suppressor Function in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  City of Hope National Medical Center   $313,848
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
ErbB2 and Control of Growth in Breast Cancer Cells 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of California, San Diego   $144,936
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
The Invasive Nature of Epithelial Breast Cancer Cells 1995 (Cycle I)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $269,852
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Two candidate breast cancer genes on chromosome 1995 (Cycle I)
  Childrens Hospital, Los Angeles   $481,843
  Award Type: Research Project
 
The Breast Tumor Suppressor Function of Hyaluronidase 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of California, San Francisco   $302,120
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Prevention of Breast Cancer by Blocking Integrin Function 1995 (Cycle I)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $545,057
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Bax gene expression in breast cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $559,057
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Control of Estrogen Production in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope   $342,712
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Genes Which Cause Increased Cellular DNA in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of Southern California   $493,585
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Regaining Control over Breast Cancer Cells 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of California, San Diego   $270,132
  Award Type: Research Project
 
A Candidate Breast Tumor Suppressor Gene on Chromosome 13 1995 (Cycle I)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $305,953
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Role of L-Plastin in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of California, San Francisco   $304,802
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Mechanisms of Aberrant Cell Growth in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of California, San Diego   $276,643
  Award Type: Research Project
 
The Role of MAR-Binding Protein in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $328,849
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Model of Human Breast Cancer Development and Progression 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of California, Berkeley   $300,000
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Mammary Cancer Gene Cooperation 1995 (Cycle I)
  Childrens Hospital, Los Angeles   $372,604
  Award Type: Research Project
 
Malignant Transformation in Breast Epithelium 1995 (Cycle I)
  Stanford University   $54,000
  Award Type: Sabbatical
 
The Role of MAR-Binding Protein in Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  The Burnham Institute for Medical Research   $223,201
  Award Type: Research Project
 
The Invasive Nature of Epithelial Breast Cancer Cells 1995 (Cycle I)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $105,837
  Award Type: New Investigator