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ALSF Funded Research Projects
|Project Title||Institution / Principal Investigator(s)||Grant Type||Year||State|
|The Role of Affective and Cognitive-Executive Processes and Structural Brain Abnormalities on Social Adjustment in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors||University of Calgary / Fiona Schulte, PhD||Psychosocial Grants||2016||Alberta|
|Neurocognitive Outcomes in Survivors of Childhood Leukemia with Down Syndrome||St. Jude Children's Research Hospital / Lisa Jacola, PhD||Psychosocial Grants||2016||Tennessee|
|Identifying Therapeutic Targets to Prevent Progression of Familial RUNX1 Disorder to AML Using Novel iPSC Models||Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai / Eirini Papapetrou, MD/PhD||RARE Grant Program (Research Accelerating RUNX1 Exploration)||2016||New York|
|Restoring RUNX1 Levels in FPD/AML||University of Washington, Seattle / Marshall Horwitz, MD/PhD||RARE Grant Program (Research Accelerating RUNX1 Exploration)||2016||Washington|
|Pharmacologic Enhancement of Residual Wild Type RUNX1 Protein Activity in FPD/AML||Boston Children's Hospital / Alan Cantor, MD, PhD||RARE Grant Program (Research Accelerating RUNX1 Exploration)||2016||Massachusetts|
|Characterization of Pre-Leukemia Associated with Familial RUNX1 Mutations||Stanford University / Ravi Majeti, MD/PhD||RARE Grant Program (Research Accelerating RUNX1 Exploration)||2016||California|
|Modeling RUNX1-Associated Clonal Hematopoietic Disorders in Zebrafish||Boston Children's Hospital / Leonard Zon, MD||RARE Grant Program (Research Accelerating RUNX1 Exploration)||2016||Massachusetts|