Active Chemopreventive Agent Development Grants

PI Name Organization - Company Titlesort descending Project Number Fiscal Year
Jacobs, Elizabeth T University Of Arizona Selenium Chemoprevention: Benefits and Harms 5R01CA151708-06 2019
Gladyshev, Vadim N. Brigham And Women'S Hospital Selenoproteins as targets for cancer prevention 5R01CA080946-18 2018
Zhou, Qun University Of Maryland Baltimore Shikonin and Nrf2 Chemoprevention 5R01CA157779-05 2017
Clapper, Margie L. Research Inst Of Fox Chase Can Ctr Targeted Chemoprevention of Flat and Polypoid Colitis-associated Dysplasias 5R01CA183301-05 2019
Curiel-Lewandrowski, Clara University Of Arizona Targeted Prevention for Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer 1P01CA229112-01A1 2019
Kensler, Thomas W Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Targeting Nrf2 for Cancer Chemoprevention 5R35CA197222-05 2019
Yu, Dihua University Of Tx Md Anderson Can Ctr Target p70S6K for Chemodietary Prevention/Early Intervention of ER- Breast Cancer 5R01CA184836-05 2019
Zi, Xiaolin University Of California-Irvine The NEDD8 pathway mediated Skp2 degradation in chemoprevention by FKA 5R01CA193967-04 2019
Clinton, Steven K Ohio State University Translating Novel Antitumor Targets of Vitamin E into New Chemopreventive Agents 5R01CA172576-05 2018
Peters, Jeffrey M Pennsylvania State University-Univ Park Unique targeting of PPARβ/δ regulation for cancer prevention and therapy 1R01CA239256-01A1 2020
Rodriguez, Gustavo Northshore University Healthsystem Vitamin D and Progestins for the Chemoprevention of Fallopian Tube/Ovarian Cancer 5R01CA214606-03 2020
Li, Shaoguang Univ Of Massachusetts Med Sch Worcester Zileuton as a chemopreventive agent for chronic myeloid leukemia 5R01CA176179-05 2018
Wondrak, Georg T University Of Arizona Zinc dysregulation as a druggable target in human skin photocarcinogenesis 5R03CA230949-02 2019

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