Grants Awarded from 2002-2004

 

Investigation of Molecular Mechanisms Underlying LCH: Characterization of a Disease Specific DNA Library
Tony Chu FRCP
Hammersmith Hospital - London, United Kingdom

Total Amount of Award: $30,000

An Animal Model of Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis
Michael Jordan MD
Howard Hughes Medical Institute - Chevy Chase, Maryland USA
Total Amount of Award: $60,000 (paid over two years)

FLT3 Ligand in LCH
Anna Paluka MD, PhD
Baylor Institute for Immunology Research - Dallas, Texas USA
Total Amount of Award: $60,000 (paid over two years)

Role of Dectin-1 (Beta Glucan Receptor) in the Interactions of T-cells with Langerhans and Antigen Presenting Cells
Siamon Gordon PhD
Sir Williams Dunn School of Pathology - Oxford, United Kingdom
Total Amount of Award: $30,000

Biologic Correlates of Response to Therapy in LCH
Kenneth McClain MD, PhD
Baylor College of Medicine - Houston, Texas USA
Total Amount of Award: $30,000

Investigating Chemokine Receptor Usage as an Explanation for the Aberrant Behaviour of CD1a Cells in LCH
Nicola Annels MD
Leiden University Medical Center - Leiden, The Netherlands

Total Amount of Award: $60,000 (paid over two years)

An Investigation Using DNS Microarrays of the Expression of Matrix Metalloproteinases in Normal and Langerhans Cells
Stephen Jolles PhD

National Institute for Medical Research - London, United Kingdom
Total Amount of Award: $30,000

Construction of a Viral Vector Containing the Human Perforin Gene
Cesare Danesino MD
Umana Ed Ereditaria - Pavia, Italy

Total Amount of Award: $60,000 (paid over two years)

HLH-94 Clinical Trial
Jan-Inge Henter MD, PhD

Karolinska Hopital - Stockholm, Sweden

Total Amount of Award: $15,000

LCH-III Clinical Trial
Nicole Grois MD

St. Anna Children’s Hospital - Vienna, Austria

Total Amount of Award: $45,000 (paid over two years)

Targeted Imaging and Therapy with Humanized Anti-CD1a Monoclonal Antibody Conjugates for LCH
Robert Arceci MD, PhD
Johns Hopkins - Baltimore, Maryland USA

Total Amount of Award: $60,000 (paid over two years)
$45,000 of total award paid by the Histiocytosis Association of Canada

Study of the Genetic Defects Underlying HLH: Investigation of Cellular Abnormalities Associated with Defective NK Cell Function and Resultant Dysregulation of T-cell Populations
Alexandra Filipovich MD

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center - Cincinnati, Ohio USA
Total Amount of Award: $60,000 (paid over two years)

Total amount paid by the Histiocytosis Association of Canada


 
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