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ALSF Funded Research Projects
|Project Title||Institution / Principal Investigator(s)||Grant Type||Year||State|
|Center for Pediatric T Cell Therapy (CEPET)||Baylor College of Medicine / Cliona Rooney||Phase I/II Infrastructure Grants||2010||Texas|
|Cell Line and Xenograft Repository||Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center / Patrick Reynolds, MD/PhD||Catalyst Grants||2014||Texas|
|CD47-blocking Oncolytic Vaccinia Viruses as Biotherapeutics for Pediatric Solid Tumors||St. Jude Children's Research Hospital / Stephen Gottschalk, MD & Nino Rainusso, MD||Innovation Grants||2016||Tennessee|
|CD36-Sphingosine 1-Phosphate Axis in Osteosarcoma Progression||Medical University of South Carolina / Meenal Mehrotra, MD/PhD||Innovation Grants||2019||California|
|CD19 Delta Ex2 Isoform as a Target for Alternative Therapies in Relapsed Pediatric B-ALL||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / Asen Bagashev, PhD||Young Investigator Grants||2016||Pennsylvania|
|Casein Kinase 1 alpha Agonists as Novel Medulloblastoma Inhibitors||University of Miami Miller School of Medicine / David Robbins, PhD||Innovation Grants||2012||Florida|
|Cancer Susceptibility and Signaling Pathways in Low-Grade Brain Tumors||Jewish General Hospital / Bárbara Rivera, PhD||Young Investigator Grants||2017||Quebec|
|Cancer Risk and Incidence in Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / Jennifer Kalish, MD/PhD||Epidemiology Grants||2019||Pennsylvania|
|CAMKV as a Target for Immunotherapy in MYCN-Amplified Neuroblastoma||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / Robyn Sussman, PhD||Young Investigator Grants||2015||Pennsylvania|
|Ca2+ Release Activated Ca2+ (CRAC) Channels in Control of Leukemic Cell Metabolism and Leukemia Stem Cell Maintenance in T-ALL||New York University School of Medicine / Mate Maus, PhD||Young Investigator Grants||2014||New York|