Thank you for donations. Foundation's support of HMS Biological and Biomedical Science Graduate Program. Foundation's support of BUSM summer cancer Fellowships. B-cell Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (B-CLL). Anticoagulant effect on metastasis.
Foundation adds support to student cancer research programs at Harvard and BU medical schools. Using cancer genomes to better understand esophagael and gastric adenocarcinomas. Defining polarity cues that promote tumor suppression. Cancer stem cells in solid tumors. Metabolomics of colorectal cancer. Synergistic type growth inhibitors in breast cancer cells using HDAC inhibitors and Capain inhibitor in combination.
Fellow Michael Roehrl, M.D., Ph. D. '10 wins Young Investigator Award from Human Proteome Organization. Karin Grunebaum's youngest grandchildren, Christopher Kelly and Shawna Wallach, join Board of Trustees. Identification of novel NF-kB pathway regulators in lymphomagenesis. Molecular and functional characteriization of cancer stem cells in pancreatic cancer. Transformative pathology and systems biology of cancer.
Foundation increased funding during economic turmoil. Welcome new Trustees: Dean David Golan of Harvard Medical School and Dr. Frank Hsu (Karin Grunebaum Fellow 1986) of Genzyme Corporation. Dr. Iacobuzio-Donahue (Karin Grunebaum Fellow 1996) wins Ramzi Cotran research award from Academy of Pathology. Determining whether Fbw7 regulates KLF4 in a GSK-3 dependent manner. Determining whether elevated KLF4 ex
50th Anniversary, BU and Harvard thank Foundation, Dean Michel new Trustee, New website honors former Newsletters, Activation of Senescence Program in Tumor Cells Suppresses Major DNA Repair Factor H2A.X., Sonic Hedgehog in Tumor Angionesis a Potential Target for Anti-angionenic Therapy in Pancreatic Cancer; Contibution of Tregs in Patients with Resectable Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma.
Redirecting Foundation's focus to support faculty cancer researchers; CK2 Regulation Of Wnt Signaling in breast cancwer; Pancreatic Cancer Tumor Response to Sonic Hedgehog Pathway; Immune Escape Mechanisms in Pancreatic Adonocarcinoma Cells.
Newslettership program with the Massachusetts General Hospital; What’s "Fueling your" Leukemia?; Finding the Target: Identifying the Mechanism of Gefitinib Induced Acute Myeloid Leukemia Differentiation; A Novel Mouse Model for the Study of Chronic Graft-versus-Host Disease; Meet The Foundation’s New Trustees
Environmental Toxins and Breast Cancer; Prostate Specific Antigen doubling time; Microscopy: An Art of Science; Pretreatment of Splenic B lymphocytes with bacterial products induces and alternate signaling pathway.
Steven Wallach assumes leadership of KGCRF; HMS Karin Grunebaum Foundation Newslettership Report; The History of the Grunebaum Foundation at Boston University School of Medicine; THE TROPHIC EFFECTS OF GASTRIN ARE MEDIATED BY ATTENUATION OF PPARgð SUPPRESSION OF CELL GROWTH