The mission of the Greehey CCRI is to advance scientific knowledge relevant to childhood cancer and to accelerate the translation of knowledge into novel therapies. Through discovery, development, and dissemination of scientific knowledge with relevance to childhood cancer, the overarching aim of the
Greehey CCRI is to impact the problem of cancer at all ages.
The UT Health Science Center San Antonio was awarded $1.8 million by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas to fund work ranging from genetic analysis to patient counseling skills in San Antonio, including two grants to GCCRI investigators.
St. Baldrick’s Foundation awards $50,000 grant to the Health Science Center San Antonio
Dr. Rebel receives the
CTRC Discovery of the Year Award
from Dr. Thompson.
New hope for taming triple-negative breast cancer
The fellowship program in pediatric hematology-oncology was renewed for 5 years and received a special commendation from the American College of Graduate Medical Education. Learn More
PDK1-AKT-CREB/CBP pathway essential in bone development
Scientists Uncover Novel Mechanism of Glioblastoma Development
In the News: Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL),
Balancing of white cells and
Congratulations to Dr. Manjeet Rao, who received the Presidential Distinguished Junior Research Scholar Award. Dr. Rao's research on microRNAs and cancer was highlighted at the Presidential Luncheon on February 27, 2013.
Dr. Emily Moses, a third year fellow in pediatric hematology-oncology, received the Dinah Armstrong Kukes Award from the Phi Mu Foundation Board of Trustees on July 6, 2012. Dr. Moses is studying new agents in pediatric brain tumors and their effects on cancer stem cells.
Greehey CCRI would like to congratulate Dr. Bishop in receiving a $33,500 grant from the San Antonio Area Foundation – Where Giving and Community Connect.