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Lymphoma SPORE grant renewed through Center for Cell and Gene Therapy Oct 15, 2012
The grant is awarded through the NCI’s Specialized Programs of Research Excellence funding.
BCM researchers participate in NASA grant to study universal aspects of lifeOct 5, 2012
BCM labs seek to understand the mechanisms of how diseases out evolve us, and try and beat them.
BCM's Gottschalk receives NIH transformative research awardSep 27, 2012
Award supports work to discover new ways to mobilize the immune system to kill cancer cells.
Grant will further study of treatment resistant prostate cancerSep 4, 2012
Team will focus on new ways to block key drivers of prostate cancer growth and treatment resistance.
NIH awards over $2.5M to Baylor College of Medicine for Walking School Bus studyAug 29, 2012
Grant will fund study to determine if a Walking School Bus program will increase children's rates of walking to school, physical activity.
Foundation supports childhood cancer research at Baylor College of MedicineAug 28, 2012
Their awards were part of more than $22.5 million in new grants to support the best in pediatric oncology research in the United States.
BCM researchers awarded Department of Defense breast cancer prevention grantAug 22, 2012
Grant awarded to Dr. Yi Li, associate professor in the Lester and Sue Smith Breast Center and in molecular and cell biology at BCM.
Baylor College of Medicine receives additional $14 million in state cancer fundingAug 9, 2012
BCM has received more than $87 million from the CPRIT since the program began awarding grants to Texas researchers in January 2010.
Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children's Hospital researchers receive over $880,000 for Rett syndrome researchAug 9, 2012
Currently, there is no treatment for Rett syndrome, a developmental disorder primarily in girls first recognized in early childhood.
Grant will focus on HIV peripheral nerve diseaseAug 1, 2012
Prior to study by consortium, researchers had never seen an effect of a mutation of the protein in humans.