About Fighting Childhood Leukemia

Fighting Childhood Leukemia

The Fighting Childhood Leukemia program of the National Cancer Center provides research funding for the most common form of cancer in children: leukemia. Childhood leukemia accounts for more than one-third of all new cases of childhood cancers.

Research funded at Harvard’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute seeks to discover novel molecular markers and potential therapeutic targets that, in time, can lead to improved diagnosis and prognosis of acute myeloid leukemia patients.

Fighting Childhood Leukemia

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.

Darko Barisic, Ph.D.

Weill Medical College of Cornell Univ

PROJECT: Role of chromatin remodeling complex BAF in lymphomagenesis
New Grant: $40,000

Johannes Christian Hellmuth, Ph.D.

Weill Cornell College of Cornell Univ

PROJECT:eRNA Processing by Integrator in Lymphoma Pathogenesis
RENEWAL: $42,000

Past Beneficiaries

Johannes Christian Hellmuth, Ph.D.

Weill Cornell College of Cornell Univ

PROJECT:eRNA Processing by Integrator in Lymphoma Pathogenesis
2016: $40,000

Shelly L. Rozen, Ph.D.

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

PROJECT: The Oncogene SET intersects the FLT3-C/EBPalpha Axis in Granulopoiesis and Leukemia

RENEWAL 2016: $42,000

Shelly L. Rozen, Ph.D.

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

PROJECT: The Oncogene SET intersects the FLT3-C/EBPalpha Axis in Granulopoiesis and Leukemia

2015: $40,000

Jeevisha Bajaj

Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine

PROJECT: The Role of CD98hc In Acute Myeloid Leukemia

2015: $40,000

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