Biology of the Normal Breast: the starting point: Breast aging

Research should explore aspects of normal breast biology (e.g., aging) that are linked to the earliest stages of breast cancer, and which could provide insights into new approaches to prevent, detect, or treat the disease.


Role of Telomerase in Mammary Stem Cell Function 2005 (Cycle 11)
  Stanford University   $236,379
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Regulation of Mammary Epithelial Invasion by MMPs and FGFs 2005 (Cycle 11)
  University of California, San Francisco   $135,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Discovering Novel Cell-ECM Interactions in Breast Cells 2004 (Cycle 10)
  California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute   $159,939
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Does Disregulaton of Centrosomes Cause Breast Cancer? 2003 (Cycle IX)
  University of California, San Francisco   $80,000
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Functional Analysis of BORIS, A Novel DNA-binding Protein 2003 (Cycle IX)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $92,426
  Award Type: STEP
 
Understanding Telomere Dynamics in the Breast 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Stanford University   $681,564
  Award Type: RFA
 
Understanding Aging Effects in the Breast 2002 (Cycle VIII)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $448,730
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Telomere Clustering is Lost in Mammary Epithelial Tumors 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $79,999
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Telomere Dynamics during Breast Development 2001 (Cycle VII)
  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory   $157,189
  Award Type: New Investigator
 
Cloning of Senescence Genes in Mammary Epithelial Cells 1999 (Cycle V)
  Stanford University   $75,034
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
The Role of PAK2 in Breast Cancer Cell Death 1997 (Cycle III)
  Scripps Research Institute   $529,149
  Award Type: RFA