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Baylor College of Medicine receives $350K in Avon grants for breast cancer care, researchApr 23, 2013
The grants were presented at the closing ceremonies of the 6th annual Avon Walk for Breast Cancer Houston April 21.
NIH funds study of beta blockers in treating asthmaApr 19, 2013
The federally funded study will allow the researchers to study the use of this beta blocker in more patients.
Annual Globalization Forum to feature Dr. George AtkinsonApr 19, 2013
The forum, hosted by the Center for Globalization at BCM, will be held in Cullen Auditorium April 29, beginning at 2 p.m.
Baylor College of Medicine's Center for Globalization announces newest grant recipientsMar 6, 2013
Baylor College of Medicine awards grants to help promote global collaboration and research.
Center for Cell and Gene Therapy receives renewed NIH funding to enhance T cell therapy for cancerFeb 27, 2013
Funding will help advance T cell therapy for kids and adults with cancer, reach wider spectrum of cancers.
Grant to support pediatric cancer research in South TexasFeb 19, 2013
The one-year, $80,670 grant is part of a series of grants from the foundation to institutions to boost pediatric cancer research.
Grant funds developmental therapeutics program at BCMJan 29, 2013
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation grant awarded to Texas Children's Cancer Center to improve treatment, find cures for childhood cancer.
$11.8 million contract funds microbiome work in type 1 diabetesJan 8, 2013
Three-year, 11.8 million contract with the NIH and University of South Florida will fund BCM research for type 1 diabetes microbiome work.
NURSA project receives $7.5 million grant over five yearsDec 22, 2012
This is the third cycle of funding for the Nuclear Receptor Signaling Atlas project.
Grant funds study of the aging processDec 20, 2012
BCM researchers to examine improving length, quality of life for future generations.