Charitable tax deductible donations accelerate the pace of our research
Our research is funded mostly by grants from the National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health. However, NIH grants don't cover all expenses especially for new equipment, and for new high risk/ high reward projects that could be game changers in the fight against cancer. We are very blessed to have recieved support from grateful patients and the philanthropic community. This philanthropic support accelerates the pace of our research and brings us closer to finding new cures for cancer.
NIH grants: The grants that have funded our work thus far are listed here: 1) NCI P50 CA 93372; 2) NCI 1K23CA120862 3) Abramson Cancer Center Pilot award 4) NCI R1CA133898-01 5) NCI 3R21CA133898-02S1 6) UPENN ITMAT 7) Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 8) NCI R21 (Carew, UT San Antonio) 9) NCI1R01CA169134 10) NCI P01 CA114046-06 11) 5P30 CA016520-36 12) NCI SPORE P50 CA174523
We have received charitable donations from the following sources:
Delson Family fund
Alan Steinberg Scholars in Cancer Research Fund
Anand and Kameswari Amaravadi
Walk 4Family and Friends with Cancer