AIDS-Related Malignancies Supplemental Grant Program
The AIDS-Related Malignancies Supplemental Grant Program is funded by the National Cancer Institute to foster collaborative activities between NIH CFARs and NCI Cancer Centers. Uner this program, the Penn Center for AIDS Research and the Abramson Cancer Center award funding to pilot projects that encourage and support research in basic, clinical, epidemiologic, and translational aspects of HIV-related malignancies. Faculty, who are members of the Penn-CFAR or ACC at the University of Pennsylvania, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, or the Wistar Institute, are eligible. In addition, preference will be given to applications that promote collaborations between CFAR, the Abramson Cancer Center and the Wistar Institute Cancer Center to develop pilot projects that addresses scientific areas relevant to HIV-associated malignancies at sites specific to international study, including but not limited to Botswana, Kenya, South Africa and other sites in sub-Saharan Africa.
There is no active RFA for the AIDS-Related Malignancies Supplemental Grant Program.
Previous AIDS-Related Malignancies Pilot Project Awardees
|Year||Investigator||Title of Project|
|2011||Paul M. Lieberman, Ph.D. (Wistar)||Potentiation of EBV Lymphomagenesis by HIV Infection|
|2011||Luis Montaner, D.V.M., D.Phil (Wistar)||Cervical Gene Expression in HPV/HIV|
|2011||Manolis Papasavvas, Ph.D. (Wistar)||HPV-Associated Cervical Lesion Grade Gene Expression & Cytokine Profile Correlates in HIV-1 Infection|
|2011||Timothy Rebbeck, Ph.D. (Epidemiology, CCEB)||The Burden of Cancern in Botswana: A survey of current and future needs|
|2010||Katrina Armstrong, M.D., M.S.C.E. (Medicine)||Colorectal cancer screening in patients with HIV|
|2010||Pablo Tebas, M.D. (Medicine)||Evaluating the Effects of Chemotherapy in the Cellular Reservoirs of HIV Infection|
|2009||Carrie Kovarik, M.D. (Dermatology)||Analysis of Viral Agents associated with Vulvar Cancer in HIV-infected patients in Botswana|
|2009||Yan Yuan, Ph.D. (Microbiology)||KSHV Subunit Vaccine|