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|
|Therapeutic Targeting of Childhood Leukemia by Pharmacological Inhibition of Proteolytic Cleavage of MLL1||Northwestern University (Illinois) / Zibo Zhao, PhD||Young Investigator Grants||2018||Illinois|
|Targeting the Metabolic Drivers of Chemo Resistance in Acute Myeloid Leukemia||Harvard University / Nick van Gastel, PhD||Young Investigator Grants||2018||Massachusetts|
|Single-cell Gene Expression and Cytosine Modification Profiling in Pediatric Central Nervous System Tumors||Dartmouth College / Brock Christensen, PhD||Single-cell Pediatric Cancer Atlas Grant||2019||New Hampshire|
|Characterization of Novel OTX2-semaphorin Gene Signaling Pathways Regulating the ‘Grow and Go’ Arms of Highly Aggressive Medulloblastomas||University of Manitoba / Tamra Werbowetski-Ogilvie, PhD||Innovation Grants||2017||Manitoba|
|Role of Protocadherin-9 in Enabling Leukemia Cell Colonization of the CNS||National Jewish Health / Jordan Jacobelli, PhD||Innovation Grants||2017||Colorado|
|Cancer Susceptibility and Signaling Pathways in Low-Grade Brain Tumors||Jewish General Hospital / Bárbara Rivera, PhD||Young Investigator Grants||2017||Quebec|
|Development of Novel Biomarkers for Immunotherapy in Neuroblastoma||Columbia Institute for Cancer Genetics / Shuobo Boboila, PhD||Young Investigator Grants||2017||New York|
|Cell Line and Xenograft Repository||Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center / Patrick Reynolds, MD/PhD||Catalyst Grants||2014||Texas|
|Restoring RUNX1 Levels in FPD/AML||University of Washington, Seattle / Marshall Horwitz, MD/PhD||Familial RUNX1 Research Grants||2016||Washington|
|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||Familial RUNX1 Research Grants||2016||New York|