Lady Tata Memorial Trust International Awards

 

Previous Awards

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Winners of the Academic Year 2018 - 2019
Sr.No.Applicant NameInstituteProjectApplicant's CountryScholarship Name
1Mr Ahmed DawoudUniversity of SouthamptonGenetic abnormalities in myeloid disorders and clonal haemopoiesisEgypt International Award for Research in Leukaemia
2Ms Sarah TESSIERTelethon Kids InstituteTargeting DYRK1A: a key player in Down syndrome LeukemogenesisFrance International Award for Research in Leukaemia
3Dr Richard BurtUCL Cancer InstituteDefining the Role of the Microenvironment in Treatment Resistance in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL)United Kingdom International Award for Research in Leukaemia
4Dr Mingjing XuPrincess Margaret Cancer CentreEvaluation of phosphatidylserine decarboxylase (PISD) as a therapeutic target in acute myeloid leukemia (AML)Canada International Award for Research in Leukaemia
5Dr Catherine SawaiINSERM U1218 ACTION LaboratoryA novel transgenic model of chronic myeloid leukemia to study leukemic stem cells, mechanisms of their persistence, and their impact on normal hematopoietic stem cell functionFrance International Award for Research in Leukaemia
6Mr David Cruz HernandezWeatherall Institute of Molecular MedicineHuman Model of Down Syndrome-AML: Identifying mechanisms of differentiation arrest leading to acute myeloid leukaemiaUnited Kingdom International Award for Research in Leukaemia
7Dr Wenjuan LiaoUniversity of Colorado DenverMLL2 as an Epigenetic Target in Acute Myelogenous LeukemiaUnited States International Award for Research in Leukaemia
8Dr Jose R CortesInstitute for Cancer GeneticsThe role of RHOA G17V in the pathogenesis of T-cell malignanciesUnited States International Award for Research in Leukaemia
9Dr Agatheeswaran SubramaniamMolecular Medicine and Gene Therapy, Lund Stem Cell Center, Lund UniversityInducing synthetic lethality as a novel therapeutic strategy to eradicate AML leukemic stem cells harboring STAG2 mutationsSweden International Award for Research in Leukaemia
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