Programs and Grants prior to 2000


Programs and Grants prior to 2000


     Searched for: Molecular Medicine in Cancer Research
     Search Results: 53


Grantee / ResearcherGrant Details

Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Ronald A. DePinho



Albert Einstein College of Medicine




Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Role of the MYC Superfamily in Malignant Pathogenesis and Normal Development


Albert Einstein College of Medicine

B Cell Immunoglobin Gene Hypermutation


Albert Einstein College of Medicine

The Role of RNA Polymerase II in the Cell's Response to DNA Damage


Children's Hospital, Boston Massachusetts
Avaril Ma



Children's Hospital, Boston Massachusetts
Avaril Ma



Columbia University
Paul B. Rothman



Columbia University




Columbia University

The Molecular Mechanisms of Cytokine Signal Transduction and It's Relevance to Human Tumors


Columbia University

Molecular Mechanisms of Virus-Host Interactions


Columbia University

Characterization of the Kaposi's Sarcoma Associated Herpes-Like Virus


Columbia University

Mechanisms of Tumor Suppression and Growth Regulation by pRB and Related Proteins


Columbia University

The Genetic Analysis of Sporadic Breasts Cancer


Columbia University

Conserved Mechanisms of Growth Factor-Stimulated Transcription For the Immediate-Early Genes; Implications for the Future Tre


Duke University
Peter C. Humphrey



Duke University
Russel E. Ware



Duke University

Rational Anti-Cancer Strategies Based on Targeting the Tumor Vasculature


Duke University

Molecular Genetics of Medullablastoma Formation


Fred Hutchinson Cancer Resarch
David Ian Kingston Martin



Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Elliot M. Epner



Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Steven J. Tapscott



Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

The Role of Notch in Hematopoiesis


Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

G1 Regulation in Normal and Geoplastic Cell Cycles


Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Targeted Mutation Analysis of The Mouse Beta-Globin Locus


Harvard University
Barbara E. Bierer



Harvard University

Functional Analysis of the Retinoblastoma Protien and Associated Polypeptides


Harvard University

Helix-loop-helix/leucine xipper transcription factors in cell proliferation, cell death and development


Johns Hopkins University
Paul Celano



Johns Hopkins University

Molecular Genetics of Human Pancreatic Carcinoma


Massachusetts General Hospital
Emmet V. Schmidt



Massachusetts General Hospital
Daniel A. Haber



Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Therapeutic Strategies Based on Gene Transfer in Cells of Hematopoitic Origin


Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Mechanisms of STAT1 Induced Growth Arrest And STAT 3 Mediated Proliferation and Transformation


St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Role of Immunophilins in Signal Transduction


St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Retroviral Vectors Containing Drug Resistance cDNAs for Gene Therapy


Stanford University

Advances in Molecular Biology and Immunotherapy of Lymphomas and other Malignancies


Stanford University School of Medicine
Edmund Waller



University of California - Las Angeles

Nuclear Events in Chronic Mylogenous Leukemia: from BCR-ABL to MYC


University of California - Las Angeles

Cell Adhesion in Metastasis: Regulation of Integrin Mediated Cell Adhesion


University of California - Las Angeles

Regulation of Ca2+ Signaling in Hematopoietic Cells by Btk Family of Kinases


University of Chicago
Carol A. Westbrook



University of Chicago

Characterization of a Tumor-Suppressor Gene in 9p in Solid Tumors


University of Chicago

Characterization of the EBV-induced hematopoetin receptor, EB13


University of Chicago

T Cell Activation and Differentiation in Response to Defined Tumor Antigens: Characterization of Costimulatory Requirments an


University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
Mark H. Sieglman



Washington University School of Medicine




Washington University School of Medicine




Washington University School of Medicine




Washington University School of Medicine




Washington University School of Medicine

Hematopoiesis after Genetic Ablation of GPI-Linked Protiens; Yeast as a Genetic Tool to Study Aspects of p53 Biology


Yale University




Yale University

Molecular Mechanisms of Oncogene Cooperativity in Hematopoietic Tumors