19 December 2018

The Dutch Cancer Society (KWF) has awarded 8 grants to Radboudumc researchers. We congratulate them with this funding and wish them success with their great work.

Research project:

Research project: 177Lu-PSMA Radioligand Therapy for Salivary Gland Cancer.
Carla van Herpen, theme Rare cancers, RIHS
Approved budget: € 656,845

Young Investigator grant:

Research project: Fear of progression in advanced cancer patients with prolonged survival on ongoing cancer treatment in an era of personalized medicine.
Jose Custers, theme Women's cancers, RIHS
Approved budget: € 424,731

Consortium

Research project: Timely detection of breast cancer: the interplay of mammographical characteristics, growth rate and clinicopathological features in predicting the outcome.
Mireille Broeders, theme Women's cancers, RIHS
Approved budget: € 730,260

Unique high risk projects:

Research project: Boosting intraperitoneal NK cell therapy in ovarian cancer through mRNA mediated IL-15 expression.
Roland Brock, theme Nanomedicine, RIMLS.
Approved budget: € 116.502

Research project: PROACTING: Predicting neoadjuvant treatment response with deep learning.
Francesco Ciompi, theme Tumors of the digestive tract, RIHS
Approved budget: € 199,959

Research project: Development of a minimal invasive surgical treatment for skeletal metastases.
Ingrid van der Geest,  theme Reconstructive and regenerative medicine, RIHS
Approved budget: € 146,062

Research project: Correlation between CT perfusion, genomics and immunohistopathology to predict and evaluate therapy response in patients with pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma.
John Hermans, theme Rare cancers, RIHS
Approved budget: € 229,405

Infractructural initiative

Research project: COMPRAYA: Landelijke infrastructuur om gezondheidsuitkomsten in kaart te brengen en interventiestudies uit te voeren onder jongvolwassenen met kanker (AYA's).
Winette van der Graaf, theme Rare cancers, RIHS
Approved budget: € 2,790,721

Go to the Dutch Cancer Society website (KWF).

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