Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is cancer that starts in the lungs. Cancer is a disease where cancer cells grow out of control, taking over normal cells and organs in the body.

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$331,088
total amount funded

8
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Applicant Title Institution Province Amount Awarded
Chan, An-Wen Burden of cancer after lung transplantation Women's College Hospital, University of Toronto Ontario $49,964
Luo, Honglin Development of a novel coxsackievirus B3-based oncololytic virus for lung cancer therapy UBC – Centre for Heart Lung Innovation British Columbia $50,000
Hoover, Douglas Individualized Function-Guided Radiotherapy to Improve Quality of Life in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Advanced Lung Cancer Ontario $49,920
Manos, Daria Systematic Reporting for Lung Cancer Screening in Nova Scotia Dalhousie University Nova Scotia $11,650
Obeidat, Ma’En Integrative Genomics Approach to Unravel the Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Lung Function Measures and Lung Cancer UBC Centre for Heart Lung Innovation British Columbia $50,000
Eves, Neil Mechanisms of Exertional Dyspnea in Postsurgical Patients with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer University of British Columbia (Kelowna) British Columbia $20,000
Richards, Carl Oncostatin M Receptor Signaling and Cancer Growth in Lungs McMaster University Ontario $49,554
Marciniuk, Darcy and Penz, Erika Survival, Pre-mature life-years lost and Productivity loss of Lung Cancer and COPD patients in Saskatchewan University of Saskatchewan Saskatchewan $50,000