ALSF Childhood Cancer Research Grants
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|
|BH3 Profiling to define therapy resistance classes in neuroblastoma||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / Michael Hogarty, MD||Innovation Grants||2011||Pennsylvania|
|BH3 profiling to define therapy resistance classes in neuroblastoma.||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / Michael Hogarty||Innovation Grants||2009||Pennsylvania|
|Biology-based clinical trials for children with cancer.||Children's Hospital of Philadelphia / Rochelle Bagatell||Phase I/II Infrastructure Grants||2009||Pennsylvania|
|Blockade of MYCN in neuroblastoma||University of California San Francisco / William Weiss, MD/PhD||Innovation Grants||2011||California|
|Blockade of p53 and Aurora A in Therapy Resistant Neuroblastoma||University of California San Francisco / William Clay Gustafson, MD, PhD||'A' Award Grants||2011||California|
|Blockade of Mycn in neuroblastoma||University of California San Francisco / William Weiss||Innovation Grants||2008||California|
|Blocking the Evil Messenger in MYCN-driven High-risk Neuroblastoma||Boston University / Hui Feng, Md, PhD||Innovation Grants||2022||Massachusetts|
|Building a Texas-based center for neuroblastoma clinical research.||Baylor College of Medicine / Heidi Russell, MD||Phase I/II Infrastructure Grants||2006||Texas|
|Building Capacity for the Clinical Trials Office at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin - Strengthening Phase I & II Trials Infrastructure||Children's Hospital of Wisconsin - Milwaukee / Michael J. Burke, MD||Phase I/II Infrastructure Grants||2015||Wisconsin|
|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|