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ALSF Funded Research Projects
|Project Title||Institution / Principal Investigator(s)||Grant Type||Year||State|
|Profiling the Transcriptional Heterogeneity of Diverse Pediatric Solid Tumors||St. Jude Children's Research Hospital / Michael Dyer, PhD and Xiang Chen, PhD||Single-cell Pediatric Cancer Atlas Grant||2019||Tennessee|
|Investigating phase separated condensates in FPD to MDS/AML progression||Broad Institute / Zuzana Tothova, MD/PhD||RUNX1 Early Career Investigator Grants||2019||Massachusetts|
|Assessing Clonal Fitness and Mechanisms of Clonal Evolution in FPD-MN||Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center / Wenbin Xiao, MD/PhD||RUNX1 Early Career Investigator Grants||2020||New York|
|Using Chemical Genetics to Define the Precise Role of RUNX1 in Transcription and Beyond||Albert Einstein College of Medicine / Kristy Stengel||RUNX1 Early Career Investigator Grants||2022||New York|
|Mutagenesis and disease progression in RUNX1 mutant blood stem cells is caused by inflammation-induced hyperactive signaling and supraphysiological mitochondrial ROS||St. Jude Children's Research Hospital / Dirk Loeffler, PhD||RUNX1 Early Career Investigator Grants||2023||Tennessee|
|Characterizing Inflammatory Phenotypes Associated with RUNX1 Deficiency||Dana-Farber Cancer Institute / Waihay Wong, MD/PhD||RUNX1 Early Career Investigator Grants||2021||Massachusetts|
|Role of PHF6 Mutations in Germline RUNX1 Deficiency Associated Hematopoietic Disorders||The Regents of the University of California San Francisco / Serine Avagyan, MD/PhD||RUNX1 Early Career Investigator Grants||2021||California|
|Delivering on the Promise of Germline Genetic Testing for RUNX1 Variants||University of Washington, Seattle / Abbye McEwen, MD, PhD||RUNX1 Early Career Investigator Grants||2022||Washington|
|Creating an Infrastructure for Collaborative Clinical Research and Publication of Consensus Guidelines for RUNX1 Familial Platelet Disorder||The Cleveland Clinic Foundation / Brittany Stewart, PhD||RUNX1 Early Career Investigator Grants||2023||Ohio|
|Targeting Spinal Ependymoma and Other Gliomas Using Novel Genetically Defined Models||The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine / Charles Eberhart, MD, PhD||Catalyst Grants||2019||Maryland|