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Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope

Award Total: $4,410,897 # of Grants: 12
Investigators

DavidComingsM.D. - JohnTerminiPh.D. - TimothyO'ConnorPh.D. - TimothyO'ConnorPh.D. - GerdPfeiferPh.D. - GerdPfeiferPh.D. - GerdPfeiferPh.D. - GerdPfeiferPh.D. - XiaoqingHanPh.D. - AhmadBesaratiniaPh.D., M.P.H. - AhmadBesaratiniaPh.D., M.P.H. - WenyongChenPh.D. -
Grants

How does cigarette smoke induce cancer? 1997 (Cycle 6) $811,518
Cancer Research Project Awards

The role of multiple genes in susceptibility to smoking 1997 (Cycle 6) $557,829
Epidemiology Research Project Awards

Targeting of SCLC myc mRNA by Photoactivatable DNA Probes 1993 (Cycle 2) $108,353
Cancer Inno Dev & Exp Awards (IDEAS)

Analysis of a candidate lung tumor suppressor gene at 3p21.3 2000 (Cycle 9) $111,910
Cancer Research Project Awards

Analysis of a lung tumor supressor gene at 3p21.3 2001 (Cycle 10) $249,438
Cancer Research Project Awards

Synthesis of Apoptotic Spirooxindoles 2007 (Cycle 16) $75,000
General Biomedical Science Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards

Tobacco, Nitrosamines, Damage, Repair, Mutations, and Cancer 2008 (Cycle 17) $654,674
Cancer Research Project Awards

Analysis of the Hippo pathway in lung cancer 2008 (Cycle 17) $654,999
Cancer Research Project Awards

Mechanistic studies of secondhand-smoke carcinogenicity 2009 (Cycle 18) $278,795
Cancer New Investigator Awards

Genome-wide mapping of smoke-induced DNA damage and mutation 2011 (Cycle 20) $80,381
Cancer Exploratory/Developmental Award

Sirtuin deacetylase and RAS-dependent cancers 2011 (Cycle 20) $420,000
Cancer Exploratory/Developmental Award

Evaluation of tobacco and e-cigarette genotoxicity 2016 (Cycle 25) $408,000
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology High Impact Pilot Award