Projects Funded

2016

  • $150,000 Team Science
  • $150,000 Ben May Department for Cancer Research
  • $150,000 Janet D. Rowley Discovery Fund
  • $100,000 Human Tissue Resource Center
  • $100,000 Oral Microbiome and Cancer Risk
  • $80,000 Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $70,000 Personalized Cancer Treatments
  • $50,000 Genetics of Chemotherapy-induced Side Effects Project
  • $50,000 Novel Cyclotron-Based Radiotracers for Cancer Research

2015

  • $280,000 Team Science
  • $150,000 Ben May Department for Cancer Research
  • $145,000 Janet D. Rowley Discovery Fund
  • $100,000 Human Tissue Resource Center
  • $90,000 Precision Oncology- Immunotherapy
  • $80,000 Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $70,000 Chicago Multiethnic Prevention & Surveillance Study (COMPASS)
  • $50,000 Personalized Cancer Care Consortium
  • $35,000 Innovative Early Phase Clinical Research by UCCCC Investigators

2014

  • $280,000 Team Science
  • $150,000 Ben May Department for Cancer Research
  • $100,000  Human Tissue Resource Center   Chicago
  • $85,000 Multiethnic Cohort
  • $80,000 Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $50,000 Personalized Cancer Care Consortium
  • $30,000 Translational and Personalized Precision Oncology
  • $25,000 Human Imaging Research Office (HIRO)
  • $25,000 Continuing Umbrella of Research Experience (CURE)

2013

  • $150,000 Ben May Department for Cancer Research
  • $150,000 Team Science
  • $100,000 Human Tissue Resource Center
  • $ 80,000 Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 50,000 Chicago Multiethnic Cohort
  • $ 50,000 Personalized Cancer Care Consortium
  • $ 35,000 Translational and Personalized Precision Oncology
  • $ 10,000 Program in Cancer Economics

2012

  • $200,000 to the Ben May Department of Cancer Research
  • $100,000 to the Human Tissue Resource Center
  • $ 80,000 to Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 50,000 to the Cancer Economics Program
  • $ 50,000 to the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Research Center (MRIRC)
  • $ 50,000 to the Chicago Multiethnic Cohort
  • $ 50,000 to the Personalized Cancer Care Consortium
  • $ 20,000 to Informatics for Neuroblastoma Research

2011

  • $100,000 to the Human Tissue Resource Center
  • $ 80,000 to Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 75,000 to the Cancer Economics Program
  • $ 75,000 to BMDCR
  • $ 70,000 to Bioinformatics/Biostatistics in Basic Science
  • $ 50,000 to Clinical Trials Operational Efficiency via Computer-aided Knowledge (CLOCK)
  • $ 40,000 to Prostate Cancer SPORE: Gene Expression Analysis
  • $ 40,000 to the Committee on Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics
  • $ 10,000 to Pediatric Cancer: New Therapies for Neuroblastoma

2006-2011

  • $1,500,000 Women’s Board Drug Discovery Lab (capital campaign)

2010

  • $200,000 to BMDCR
  • $120,000 to Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 75,000 to Basic Science Informatics
  • $ 60,000 to the Human Tissue Resource Center
  • $ 40,000 to Committee on Clinical Pharmacology
  • $ 25,000 to Information Technology to Accelerate Translational Research
  • $ 15,000 to Chemical library and pilot screen for soft tissue sarcoma
  • $ 50,000 to Study of malignant cancer stem cells to identify new therapies for prostate cancer
  • $ 25,000 to Immunology research in acute myeloid leukemia

2009

    • $200,000 to BMDCR
    • $120,000 to Committee on Cancer Biology
    • $ 60,000 to the Human Tissue Resource Center
    • $ 50,000 to basic Science Informatics
  • $ 10,000 to Drug Discovery and Advanced Instrumentation
  • $150,000 to Interdisciplinary Cancer Research

2008

  • $200,000 to BMDCR
  • $120,000 to the Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $120,000 to Bio- and Clinical Informatics
  • $ 60,000 to the Human Tissue Resource Center
  • $ 40,000 to Epidemiology and Research Recruitment Core (ERRC)
  • $ 40,000 to the Pediatric Survivorship Clinic
  • $ 20,000 to Drug Discovery and Advanced Instrumentation

2007

  • $200,000 to BMDCR
  • $133,000 to Bio-clinical informatics
  • $117,000 to the Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 90,000 to Drug Discovery, Drug Development, and Advanced Instrumentation
  • $ 60,000 to Human Tissue Resource Core

2006

  • $200,000 to BMICR
  • $150,000 to Drug Discovery, Drug Development, and Advanced Instrumentation
  • $110,000 to the Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 60,000 to Biomedical informatics
  • $ 50,000 to Clinical Informatics
  • $ 30,000 to Human Tissue Procurement Facility

2005

  • $150,000 to BMICR
  • $108,000 to the Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 30,000 to Human Tissue Procurement Facility
  • $ 70,000 to cGMP Facility
  • $120,000 to Drug Discovery, Drug Development, and Advanced Instrumentation
  • $ 75,000 to Bioinformatics
  • $ 79,000 to Clinical Informatics
  • $ 3,000 to Small Animal Imaging

2004

    • $272,000 to the Genetics-Proteomics-Drug Discovery Continuum

$150,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research

  • $100,000 to the Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 63,000 to the cGMP Facility
  • $ 40,000 to UCCRC AdvanceLink

 

2003

  • $225,000 to the Genetics-Proteomics-Drug Discovery Continuum
  • $120,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $100,000 to the Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 30,000 to UCCRC AdvanceLink
  • $ 30,000 to Population Science and Genetics
  • $ 18,500 to Functional Genomics
  • $ 14,000 to Magnetic Resonance Imaging Spectroscopy
  • $ 7,000 to Laser Capture Microdissection

2002

  • $200,000 to the Genetics-Proteomics-Drug Discovery Continuum
  • $120,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $100,000 to the Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 45,000 to Breast Cancer Research
  • $ 40,000 to Human Cellular Transplant and Gene Therapy Facility
  • $ 40,000 to Population Science and Genetics
  • $ 5,000 to the Tumor Immunology Program

2001

  • $200,000 to the Genetics-Proteomics-Drug Discovery Continuum
  • $120,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $ 95,000 to the Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 73,600 to Cancer Resource Center and Breast Cancer research
  • $ 52,100 for Genetic Microchips

2000

  • $200,000 to Peer Reviewed Research funds relating specifically to Gene Array Technology
  • $120,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $100,000 to Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 60,000 to Laser Capture Microdissection
  • $ 20,000 to Development of Human Cellular Transplant & Gene Therapy Facility

1999

  • $120,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $100,000 to Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 80,000 to Immunology research in Critical Pathways of Cell Growth
  • $ 50,000 to Cancer Prevention and Control
  • $ 25,000 to Embryonic Stem Cell Facility
  • $ 25,000 to Phosphor Imager

1998

  • $120,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $100,000 to Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 80,000 to Digital Light Microscopy
  • $ 50,000 to Cancer Prevention and Control
  • $ 50,000 to Embryonic Stem Cell Facility

1997

  • $120,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $100,000 to Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 50,000 to Embryonic Stem Cell Facility
  • $ 30,000 to Biomedical Research Awards

1996

  • $120,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $ 50,000 to Committee on Cancer Biology
  • $ 35,000 to Monoclonal Antibody Facility

1995

  • $100,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $ 55,000 to Monoclonal Antibody Facility
  • $ 25,000 for Fellowship to Scott Holley

1994

  • $120,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $ 35,000 to Monoclonal Antibody Facility

1993

  • $168,870 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research

1992

  • $173,000 to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research
  • $5,000 to Dr. Monica Morrow

1947 – 1991

  • Approximately $2.5 million in funds to the Ben May Institute for Cancer Research

Grand Total of approximately $ 14,147,070