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University of California, Santa Cruz

Award Total: $4,361,264 # of Grants: 12
Investigators

DavidCarrillo - AteshWorthington - TaylorCool - YueliLiu - AngelaBrooks - JosephKonopelskiPh.D. - EricCrosbieM.A. - CarrieTamboB.S. - AlisonBarrettB.S. Biochemistry and Molecula - SusanCarpenterPh.D. - JohnMacMillanPh.D. - SethRubinPh.D. -

Grants

Determining How the Intratumoral Environment Confers Stemness in Lung Cancer 2019 (Cycle 30) $166,350
Cancer Dissertation Awards

Defining regulators of hematopoietic stem cell self-renewal to prevent and treat blood cancers. 2019 (Cycle 30) $166,350
Cancer Dissertation Awards

Understanding how perinatal nicotine exposure influences immune establishment and function for life 2019 (Cycle 30) $166,350
Pulmonary Disease Dissertation Awards

Impact of splicing factor mutations in the context of tobacco exposure in lung cancer 2019 (Cycle 29) $736,710
Cancer New Investigator Awards

Investigating the Roles of Stromal AR in Prostate Cancer Progression 2019 (Cycle 29) $203,280
Cancer Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards

The Impact of Trade Agreements on Domestic Health Regulation 2015 (Cycle 24) $29,293
Industry Influence/Policy Dissertation Awards

Lung cancer cell response to Cdk4/6 inhibition 2019 (Cycle 28) $1,047,491
Cancer High Impact Research Project Award

Natural Products for the Treatment of Never Smoker Lung Canc 2018 (Cycle 27) $935,133
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology High Impact Research Project Award

Determining a role for long noncoding RNAs in smoke-induced 2018 (Cycle 27) $519,043
Pulmonary Disease High Impact Pilot Award

Targeted Degradation of Proliferative E2F in Nicotine-Induce 2018 (Cycle 27) $134,659
Cancer Dissertation Awards

Structural Mechanism of Rb Inactivation in Lung Adenocarcino 2018 (Cycle 27) $134,659
Cancer Dissertation Awards

Asymmetric Synthesis of (-)-Podophyllotoxin 1993 (Cycle 2) $121,946
Cancer Research Project Awards