PI Name Sort ascending PI Organization Title Grant Number Initiative Program Director
Putluri, Nagireddy

Baylor College Of Medicine
United States

Identify the DNA Adduct and Associated Metabolic Alterations in Bladder Cancer of Smokers 5R01CA216426-05 Wendy Wang, Ph.D., M.Sc.
Pollack, Alan

University Of Miami School Of Medicine
United States

MRI Imaging and Biomarkers for Early Detection of Aggressive Prostate Cancer 5U01CA239141-04 PAR-16-089 (U01) Richard Mazurchuk, Ph.D.
Pitteri, Sharon

Stanford University
United States

Glycosylation and Immune Evasion in Urologic Tumors 5U01CA226051-04 PAR-17-206 (U01) Richard Mazurchuk, Ph.D.
Permuth, Jennifer B

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Ctr & Res Inst
United States

Using Radiogenomics to Noninvasively Predict the Malignant Potential of Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasms of the Pancreas and Uncover Hidden Biology 5R37CA229810-04 Jo Ann Rinaudo, Ph.D.
Perelman, Lev T

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
United States

Isolation and Assessment of Blood-Circulating Cancer Exosomes with LSS and SERS Lab on a Chip Optical Spectroscopic Instrument 5R01CA218382-05 PAR-16-276 (R01) Matthew Young, Ph.D.
Paulson, Thomas G

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
United States

The microbiome ecosystem of Barrett's esophagus and progression to cancer 1R21CA259687-01A1 PAR-20-292 (R21 Clinical Trial Optional) Matthew Young, Ph.D.
Paulovich, Amanda G

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
United States

A unique approach combining avatar mice and targeted mass spectrometry to identify blood biomarkers for early detection of breast cancer 6U01CA214172-06 Sharmistha Ghosh-Janjigian, Ph.D.
Patel, Abhijit

Yale University
United States

Lung Cancer Screening via Ultrasensitive and Cost-efficient Analysis of Tumor DNA Signatures in Blood 5U01CA233364-05 Lynn Sorbara, Ph.D.
Papadopoulos, Nickolas

Johns Hopkins University
United States

Earlier Detection of Cancers using Non-Plasma Based Liquid Biopsies 5U01CA230691-05 Lynn Sorbara, Ph.D.
Oskeritzian, Carole A

University Of South Carolina At Columbia
United States

Development of a noninvasive, rapid and affordable method for early detection of colorectal cancer 5R21CA245651-03 Matthew Young, Ph.D.