We strive to provide large-scale grants to uniquely qualified translational cancer researchers working on the most promising cancer therapies. We support research that focuses on providing new and innovative non-toxic therapies in order to improve the standard of care and patient outcomes. Our top researchers are closer than ever to developing new treatments and finding cures. Learn about the latest recipients of our grants:
UCLA Johnson Comprehensive Cancer Center
UCLA Johnson Comprehensive Cancer Center is the beneficiary of a $1 million grant from Noreen Fraser Foundation, disbursed over three years (beginning in 2010) in support of the work of Drs. John Glaspy and Dennis Slamon.
University of Chicago Cancer Research Center
The Noreen Fraser Foundation’s first translational research grant was given to Dr. Olufunmilayo F. (Funmi) Olopade, M.B., FACP, Professor, Department of Medicine and Director for the Center for Clinical Cancer Genetics at the University of Chicago Cancer Research Center.
Dr. Marisa Weiss
Dr. Marisa Weiss, a leading breast oncologist and president and founder of Breastcancer.org, has pioneered a program aimed at preventing breast cancer by introducing the national conversation on breast health to girls and young women at schools across the country.
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