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Enhanced polyamine depletion as a novel therapy for aggressive childhood cancers
Enhanced polyamine depletion as a novel therapy for aggressive childhood cancers
Institute: Children’s Cancer Institute
Recipient: Professor Michelle Haber
Funding: $239,995 July 2019 to June 2023
Application of gene-silencing nanodrugs to inhibit medulloblastoma growth
Application of gene-silencing nanodrugs to inhibit medulloblastoma growth
Institute: Children’s Cancer Institute
Recipient: Associate Professor Joshua McCarroll
Funding: $298,554 July 2019 to June 2023
Reboot-Kids
Reboot-Kids
Institute: Sydney Children’s Hospital, Kids Cancer Centre
Recipient: Dr Jennifer Cohen and Professor Claire Wakefield
Funding: $249,972 July 2019 to June 2023
International clinical trials support
International clinical trials support
Recipient: Australian and New Zealand Children’s Haematology/Oncology Group
Funding: $1,075,000 July 2015 to June 2023
Personalised Medicine: Zero Childhood Cancer
Personalised Medicine: Zero Childhood Cancer
Recipient: Professor Michelle Haber
Institute: Children’s Cancer Institute
Funding: $2,287,250 July 2014 to June 2023
Intraoperative immunotherapy to prevent relapse in soft tissue sarcoma
Intraoperative immunotherapy to prevent relapse in soft tissue sarcoma
Institute: Telethon Kids Institute
Recipient: Dr W Joost Lesterhuis
Funding: $197,525 July 2019 to June 2022
“Cage fighting
“Cage fighting" with neuroblastoma
Institute: Macquarie University
Recipient: Dr Andrew Care
Funding: $63,926 July 2019 to June 2022
Personalised targeted therapy for adolescent and young adult medulloblastoma patients
Personalised targeted therapy for adolescent and young adult medulloblastoma patients
Recipient: Dr Elizabeth Hovey
Institute: Nelune Comprehensive Cancer Centre
Funding: $167,169 July 2019 to June 2022
Targeting Polo-like kinase 1 as a novel therapeutic opportunity for diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma
Targeting Polo-like kinase 1 as a novel therapeutic opportunity for diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma
Recipient: Associate Professor David Ziegler
Institute: Sydney Children's Hospital
Funding: $278,282 July 2019 to June 2022
Exploiting CDK4/6 inhibition to treat medulloblastoma
Exploiting CDK4/6 inhibition to treat medulloblastoma
Recipient: Professor Brandon Wainwright
Institute: University of Queensland
Funding: $196,207 July 2019 to June 2022
Targeting the NAD pathway as a new therapeutic strategy for high-risk leukaemia in children
Targeting the NAD pathway as a new therapeutic strategy for high-risk leukaemia in children
Recipient: Dr Michelle Henderson
Institute: University of NSW
Funding: $138,179 July 2019 to June 2022
Understanding the genetic basis of chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy
Understanding the genetic basis of chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy
Recipient: Dr Rachel Conyers
Institute: The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
Funding: $583,072 July 2018 to June 2022
IntReALL-HR
IntReALL-HR
Recipient: Associate Professor Tamas Revesz
Institute: Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide
Funding: $416,422 July 2018 to June 2022
New state-wide Children’s and Adolescent/Young Adult Cancer Clinical Trials Unit
New state-wide Children’s and Adolescent/Young Adult Cancer Clinical Trials Unit
Recipient: Associate Professor John Heath
Institute: Royal Hobart Hospital
Funding: $308,517 July 2017 to June 2022
Investigating drug resistance and genetic changes in Ph-like ALL in adolescents
Investigating drug resistance and genetic changes in Ph-like ALL in adolescents
Recipient: Dr Susan Heatley
Institute: South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute
Funding: $398,146 July 2016 to June 2022
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