Acknowledgements

Current

NIH (NCI) - R01

You (PI)

R01CA268390

07/13/22-06/30/27

Singlet Oxygen-cleavable Prodrugs for Treating Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancers


NIH (NIGMS) - R01

You (co-I, PI: Marie Hanigan)

R01GM125952

09/01/18-08/31/22 (NCE)

Mechanistic Studies of gamma-Glutamyl Transpeptidase inhibition: a Novel Approach to Modulating Serum Levels of Cysteine


Past

DoD/PRCRP - Idea Award with Special Focus

You (PI)

W81XWH-17-1-0226

08/01/17-07/31/19

Visible Light-Controlled Combination Strategy for Treating Nonmuscle Invasive Bladder Cancers


NIH (NIGMS) - R01

You (PI)

R01GM113940

03/01/15-01/31/20

NIR-activatable Prodrugs for Treating Peritoneally Metastasized Ovarian Cancers


DoD/CDMRP - Idea Expansion Award

You (PI)

W81XWH-14-1-0392

09/19/14-09/18/17

A synergistic combination therapy of photodynamic therapy and chemotherapy for breast cancer


ACS - Research Scholar Grant

You (PI)

07/01/13-06/30/16

RSG-13-102-01 - CCE

Fluorescence cystoscopy-photodynamic therapy for early bladder cancers


PHF - Bridge Grant

You (PI)

10/01/14-02/28/15

Optimizing targeting strategy for delivering NIR-activatable prodrugs to peritoneally metastasized ovarian cancers


NIH/NCI - SBIR Subcontract

You (PI/subcontract, PI: Dr. Paul Hauser)

1R43CA168105-01

09/01/12-08/31/13

Identifying the drug target in dormant cancer cells


OCAST - Health Research Program

You (PI)

OCAST-HR11-058

09/01/11-08/31/14

New BODIPY-type photosensitizers absorbing near IR light


DoD/CDMRP - Idea Award

You (PI)

W81XWH-09-1-0071

02/01/09-09/30/12

Targeted delivery and remote-controlled release of chemotherapeutic agents


OUCI - Breast Cancer Research Seed Grant

You (PI)

01/01/11-12/31/11

Synthesis and in vitro study to longer-wavelength absorbing photosensitizers targeting cancer cells for PDT (photodynamic therapy) in recurrent breast cancers


DOD/ CDMRP BCRP - Postdoctral Award

You (PI, Mentors: M. Detty & R. Hilf)

W81XWH-04-1-0500

04/01/04-03/31/07

Structure Optimization of 21,23-Core-Modified Porphyrins Absorbing Long-Wavelength Light as Potential Photosensitizers Against Breast Cancer Cells