About Aggressive Cancer Research

Aggressive Cancer Research

The National Cancer Center created the Aggressive Cancer Research project in 2015 to provide additional funding for this important and pressing area of cancer research.

Our Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai funding grant provides research whose goal is the development of strategies aimed at blunting the very essence of cancer. This in turn can lead to the improvement of current therapies for highly aggressive cancers whose chemotherapeutic regimens often result in high toxicity for patients, treatments that are difficult for patients to tolerate.

Aggressive Cancer Research

Current Grants and Renewals

National Cancer Center has been proud to award grants to many fine research organizations. We know that a cure lies in research and we are committed to supporting as many research projects as we can.

Siva Karthik Varanasi, PhD.

Salk Inst for Biological Studies

PROJECT: Evaluating the role of bile acids as a metabolic checkpoint of anti-tumor T cell Hepatocellular Carcinoma

NEW GRANT

Yuanyuan Xie, Ph.D.

Regents of the Univ of Colorado

PROJECT: Elucidating the functional and genomic impact of retrocopies on cancer

NEW GRANT

Manoela Tiago dos Santos, Ph.D.

Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

PROJECT: BET inhibition to optimize BRAFi/MEKi therapy for mutant BRAF

RENEWAL

Past Beneficiaries

Zhentao Yang, PhD.

UCLA Division of Dermatology

PROJECT: Immune evasion mechanisms during MAPK inhibitor therapy in melanoma
2018

Jin Qian, M.D., PhD.

UCLA Division of Dermatology

PROJECT: Immune evasion mechanisms during MAPK inhibitor therapy in melanoma
2017

Nishana Mayilaadumveettil, Ph.D.

NYU School of Medicine

PROJECT:Role of CTCF Mutations in Altering Nuclear Architecture and Gene Regulation in Cancer
2017-2018

Gabriele Varano, Ph.D.

Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai, NY

PROJECT: Cellular determinants of genetic heterogeneity during MYC-driven B cell lymphomagenesis
2016-2017

Elaine Bich Than, Ph.D.

Weill Medical College of Cornell University, NY

PROJECT: The role of the microbiome and butyrate in CpG Island Methylator Phenotype colorectal cancer
2015

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2019 New and Renewed Research Grants

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2019 Grants

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Total Grand Funding To Date

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