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Jahoor receives Grand Challenges Explorations grantMay 10, 2012
Funds from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to address arginine rates in Indian women, explore link to low-birth-weight babies.
Student grants to foster global initiativesApr 5, 2012
Inaugural Center for Globalization grants awarded to support international research, patient care initiatives by BCM students.
BCM postdoc receives Prostate Cancer AwardFeb 23, 2012
Dr. Kalpana Kannan to receive $225,000 for three-year grant to continue work in prostate cancer chimeric RNAs
Alkek Center for Metagenomics and Microbiome Research awards pilot project grantsJan 26, 2012
Six recipients chosen for funding to pursue deeper exploration into microbiome associations.
$1.6 million grant awarded to develop cervical cancer screening program for under, uninsuredJan 20, 2012
BCM experts find lack of healthcare for women a roadblock for preventing cervical cancer.
Baylor scientists receive $1.35 million from Ovarian Cancer Research FundJan 9, 2012
Money to be used for improving screening tests, research endometriosis-associated ovarian cancer.
Global grants awarded to improve global health outcomesJan 6, 2012
Globalization Demonstration Project awards inaugural grants to BCM junior faculty members.
St. Baldrick's Foundation awards more than $40,000 grant to Vannie E. Cook Jr. Children's Cancer ClinicDec 28, 2011
Grant from St. Baldrick’s Foundation to boost research efforts and enable more children to enroll in ongoing clinical trial.
Baylor College of Medicine, Johns Hopkins team to identify single-gene diseasesDec 6, 2011
$16 million grant will be used to search for cause of rare, single-gene diseases called Mendelian disorders.
New grant focuses on introduction of genome sequencing into clinical care for children with cancerDec 6, 2011
$6 million grant will fund groundbreaking study to investigate how genome sequencing can be used for pediatric cancer.