PI Name Sort ascending PI Organization Title Grant Number Initiative Program Director
Kuhs, Krystle A.

University Of Kentucky
United States

Circulating HPV DNA as a Prediagnostic Marker of Oropharyngeal Cancer 1R21CA267152-01A1 Wendy Wang, Ph.D., M.Sc.
Kohler, Jennifer J

Ut Southwestern Medical Center
United States

New tools for studying GlcNAc biology 5U01CA242115-03 Guillermo Marquez, Ph.D.
Kisiel, John

Mayo Clinic Rochester
United States

Multi-site Gastrointestinal Cancer Detection by Stool DNA Methylation 5R37CA214679-05 Matthew Young, Ph.D.
Kingham, T Peter

Sloan-Kettering Inst Can Research
United States

Point of care, real-time urine metabolomics test to diagnose colorectal cancers and polyps in low- and middle-income countries 5UH3CA257869-05 Matthew Young, Ph.D.
Khush, Kiran Kaur

Stanford University
United States

A Noninvasive Integrated Genomic Approach for Early Cancer Detection and Risk Stratification after Transplantation 5R01CA229766-05
Kanwal, Fasiha

Baylor College Of Medicine
United States

Risk Stratification for and Early Detection of Liver Cancer 5U01CA230997-05 Jo Ann Rinaudo, Ph.D.
Kalluri, Raghu

University Of Tx Md Anderson Can Ctr
United States

Rigorous and reproducible mutational analysis of the urinary exosomal DNA 5R01CA231465-04 PAR-16-276 (R01) Matthew Young, Ph.D.
Jiang, Feng

University Of Maryland Baltimore
United States

Plasma biomarkers for lung cancer diagnosis 5UH2CA251139-02 PAR-18-317 Lynn Sorbara, Ph.D.
Iyer, Prasad G.

Mayo Clinic Rochester
United States

Minimally Invasive Molecular Approaches for the Detection of Barrett’s Esophagus and Esophageal Adenocarcinoma 5R01CA241164-04 Matthew Young, Ph.D.
Ivanov, Alexander R.

Northeastern University
United States

Effect of methodological and biological variability on molecular profiling of extracellular vesicles in cancer detection 3R01CA218500-05S1 Matthew Young, Ph.D.