Home » Duncan Cancer Center researchers bring in more than $8 million in fourth round of state cancer funding
Texas Children’s Cancer Center Researchers bring in more than 3 million
November 8, 2010 – Baylor College of Medicine
Researchers from the NCI-designated Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine have been awarded 11 new research projects totaling more than $8 million in the fourth round of recently awarded Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) grants.
In this round, the institutions receiving the most funding were The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, $13,281,082; MD Anderson Cancer Center, $11,769,096; and BCM, an NCI Cancer Center, $8,307,356.
To date, Duncan Cancer Center researchers have been awarded more than $38 million in CPRIT funding.
“Our team possesses a tremendous amount of knowledge and creativity that has the potential to greatly advance cancer research,” said Dr. C. Kent Osborne, director of the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center. “Support such as this helps us to harvest that potential.”
The Texas Children’s Cancer recipients include:
Other BCM recipients include:
The Texas Children’s Cancer Center is a joint program of Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital and is the pediatric cancer program of the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center.