To further our mission, we annually award research grants to institutions and medical professionals whose research focuses on cancers that present the greatest opportunities for a homerun cancer cure.
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The Cure Starts Now has funded $21,188,327 in pediatric brain cancer research in partnership with the DIPG / DMG Collaborative. This includes 132 grants at over 100 hospitals in 17 countries.
Children's Cancer Institute - $99,251
Discovering New Epigenetic Players in DIPG Oncogenesis
Northwestern Memorial Hospital - $110,000
Development of Histone Demethylase Inhibitor Against DIPG
The Hospital for Sick Children - $100,000
Methionne Deptrivation as a Therapeutic Strategy for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma
Hunter Medical Research Institute - $145,640
Combatt DMG: Combined Anti-tumor Targeting of Diffuse Midline Gliomas
CONNECT Consortium - $489,801.26
CONNECT (COllaborative Network for NEurooncology Clinical Trials) Consortium
International DIPG/DMG Registry And Repository - $862,671
Funding of PBTCF 2020: PBTC-058 - $25,000
PBTC-058: Phase 2 Study of Intraventricular Omburtamab-based Radioimmunotherapy for Pediatric Patients with Recurrent Medulloblastoma and Ependymoma
Sydney Children's Hospital - $151,468
Developing New Epigenetic Combination Treatments Against DIPG.
University of Sydney - $100,000
Targeting hypoxia and mitochondrial metabolism with repurposing drugs as an approach of radiosensitization for diffuse intrinsic pontine gliomas.
University of Michigan Hospitals - $157,856
Therapeutic reversal of pre-natal pontine ID1 signaling in DIPG
Dayton Children's Hospital - $69,600
Responses of distinct cell populations to PDGFRA inhibitors in diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma.
Institute of Cancer Research - $121,863
Targeting Top3A-Amplified DIPG cells by Sirtuin inhibition.
Bambino Gesu Children's Hospital - $49,803
Using imaging mass cytometry to identify next generation imaging biomarkers in PHGG and DIPG.