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Co-Funded Projects

Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation is proud to partner with nearly 20 different childhood cancer charities to bring us closer to cures. Together, we are supporting the most cutting-edge research in the fight against childhood cancer. View projects supported in collaboration with our charity partners below!


Project Title Institution Co-Funder(s)
High-throughput CAR NKT Library Screen for Improving Neuroblastoma Immunotherapy Baylor College of Medicine Northwestern Mutual Foundation
Donor T-Cell DNA Methylation in GVHD and the Graft-vs-Tumor Effect after Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Northwestern Mutual Foundation
Targeting the Rac GTPase Pathway to Sabotage RAS Signaling in RAS-mutated Leukemia Boston Children's Hospital Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation
Assessing Clonal Fitness and Mechanisms of Clonal Evolution in FPD-MN Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center The RUNX1 Research Program
Modeling familial platelet disorder associated RUNX1 mutations in mice University of Massachusetts Medical School The RUNX1 Research Program
Optimizing TCRαβ+/CD19+-depleted haploidentical HSCT for ALL using donor-derived genome-edited CAR T cells Stanford University School of Medicine Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation, Tap Cancer Out, Kate's Cause
Optimizing TCRαβ+/CD19+-depleted haploidentical HSCT for ALL using donor-derived genome-edited CAR T cells Stanford University School of Medicine Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation, Tap Cancer Out, Kate's Cause
Optimizing TCRαβ+/CD19+-depleted haploidentical HSCT for ALL using donor-derived genome-edited CAR T cells Stanford University School of Medicine Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation, Tap Cancer Out, Kate's Cause
Generation of CMV-specific CD19 CAR T cells Using Cytokine Capture Followed by Lentiviral Transduction and Expansion Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation
Multivalent Nanomedicine to Treat High-Risk Pediatric Solid Tumors Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Flashes of Hope

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