With your support, we have been able to fund outstanding research, leading toward cures and improved quality of life for children with cancer. Browse through more than 1,000 funded projects below.
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ALSF Funded Research Projects
|Project Title||Institution / Principal Investigator(s)||Grant Type||Year||State|
|Epigenetic regulation of self-renewal pathways in hematopoietic and leukemic stem cells||George Washington University / Alexandros Tzatsos, MD/PhD||Young Investigator Grants||2012||District of Columbia|
|Childhood Leukemia in Kenya Identified Through Malaria Slide Review||Indiana University / Terry Vik||Epidemiology Grants||2012||Indiana|
|Investigating the Role of the RNA Binding Protein LIN28 in Neuroblastoma||Boston Children's Hospital / John Powers||Young Investigator Grants||2012||Massachusetts|
|Determinants of Testicular Germ Cell Tumor Platinum Sensitivity and Resistance||University of California, San Diego / Paolo Abada||Young Investigator Grants||2012||California|
|Modeling Pediatric Leukemia in the Zebrafish to Enable Discovery of New Anti-Leukemic Compounds||University of California, San Diego / David Traver, MD||Innovation Grants||2012||California|
|Screening for New Rhabdomyosaroma Pathogenesis Genes in a Drosophila Model||University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center / Kathleen Galindo||Young Investigator Grants||2012||Texas|
|The role of NOTCH1 in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia.||Columbia University Medical Center / Adolfo Ferrando||Bridge Grants||2012||New York|
|Small-molecule screening for novel pediatric glioma radiosensitizers.||Yale School of Medicine / Ranjit Bindra||Young Investigator Grants||2012||Connecticut|
|Identifying Therapeutic Targets for MiT Associated Pediatric Cancers||Yale School of Medicine / Sean Landrette||Young Investigator Grants||2012||Connecticut|
|Neurofibromatosis Type 1 as a model population for pediatric brain cancer prevention and control research||Washington University / Kimberly Johnson Ph.D.||Epidemiology Grants||2012||Missouri|