Grants and Awards

“Stand Up to Cancer”: Alexander J.R. Bishop, DPhil, to Lead One of Three New Trans-Atlantic Research Teams to Study Hard-to-Treat Childhood Cancers


1T32 CA148724, NIH/NCI – Cancer Biology Training Grant


RP190346, CPRIT – Predicting Drug Response From Genomic Data Using Deep Learning Methods


P30 CA054174 – NIH/NCI – Cancer Center Support Grant


1R01CA179120-01A1, NIH/NCI – MicroRNAs: Safe and Effective Therapeutic Adjuvants for Treating Triple-Negative Breast Cancers.


R01CA239227-A1, NIH/NCI – FOXM1 inhibition: A novel therapeutic avenue for treating breast cancers.


RP200110, CPRIT – ALKBH5 as a Novel Promoter of Osteosarcoma Growth and Metastasis


NSF Collaborative Research: “Unraveling Extracellular microRNA Communication”


2019 The San Antonio Area Foundation Award


2019 San Antonio Area Foundation Award


2019 High impact/High risk Award by the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT)


2019 San Antonio Area Foundation Award


2019 High impact/High risk Award by the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT)


2019 Young Investigator Award Max and Minnie Tomerlin Voelcker Foundation.


2019 PTEF Award, Office of Technology Commercialization, UTHSA


Centromere Assembly


Department of Defense


Owens Foundation (2)


Katsumi Kitagawa: Honors and Awards


Yogesh Gupta: Honors and Award Archive


Alexander J.R. Bishop: Honors and Awards


Manjeet Rao: Honors and Awards


Cancer Research Training Program


Cancer Research Training Grant


Elucidating how chromosome 21 protects against neuroblastoma occurrence.


Hypoxis-derived treatment for advanced lung cancer


Identifying microRNA biomarkers by tissue of origin


Developing a simple, non-invasive fluorescence-based assay for early lung cancer detectionrapy


microRNA expression and dissemination in the progression of Alzheimer’s Disease


UT Health San Antonio Cancer Genome Sequencing and Computation Core


Pan-Fungal Essential Gene Discovery for Antifungal Targeting


Cancer Therapy and Research Center/Cancer Center Admin


High Throughput DNA Sequencer: Illumina HiSeq 3000 Sequencer


Myron Ignatius: Honors and Awards


Young Investigator award


Understanding Functional Heterogeneity in Sarcomas


A role for Notch in self-renewal in Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma


PARP Inhibition: Elucidating Mechanisms of Resistance to Improve Therapy


Pediatric Preclinical Testing Consortium: Research Programs: Sarcoma and Renal Tumors


Texas Pediatric Patient Derived Xenograft Facility


Role of NRF2-ER and DNA damage stress response pathways in sensitivity of Ewing sarcoma cells to temozolomide and talazoparib.


Evaluation of Olaratumab (IMC-3G3) an Anti-PDGFR Antibody, with or without Concomitant Chemotherapy Against Pediatric Cancer Xenografts with High Level PDGFR Expression


Proposal to Evaluate INCB054329 (BET Inhibitor), INCB059872 (LSD1 Inhibitor) and INCB062079 (FGFR4 inhibitor) in Alveolar and Rhabdomyosarcoma Xenograft Models Harboring the t(2;13) Chromosomal Translocation Encoding Pax3-Foxo1.


International Genetics Federation Travel Grant


State Scientific Scholarship for Young Talented Scientists


INTAS Fellowship Grant for Young Scientists, Vienna, Austria


Functional Genomics and Computation Core


Determination of Morphology and Virulence in Candida albicans


Improving etoposide treatment of Ewing’s sarcoma


The Cancer Bioinformatics Initiative: A UTSA/UT Health San Antonio Partnership


Graphical models for characterizing global RNA methylation


Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science (IIMS): A Partnership to Improve Health


Cancer Therapy and Research Center/Cancer Center Admin


Ewing’s sarcoma, a homologous recombination defective disease


Improving etoposide treatment of Ewing’s sarcoma


Targeting RNA processing defects of Ewing sarcoma


Dr. Aune is the recipient of the Stephanie Edlund Distinguished Professor in Pediatric Cancer Research


Formation of a Neocentromere at a DSB Site Grant


Hyundai Hope Scholar Grant


St. Baldrick’s Foundation Scholar Grant


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