FULL REPORT: 2014 Childhood Cancer Research Grants

June 24, 2014

Scientific Advisory Chair (and head of oncology at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles), Dr. Leo Mascarenhas, recently broke out his Ray-Bans for a rockstar announcement of our 2014 Childhood Cancer Research Grants. Here are a few highlights of who and what we are investing in this year: 3:46 – “We received 28 [research grant] applications this […]

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Pablove awards record number of Childhood Cancer Research Grants

June 4, 2014
Research Grants

The Pablove Foundation is proud to announce our 2014 Childhood Cancer Research Grants! We are awarding $300,000 to six leading cancer research centers worldwide – the most grants we have ever funded in a single year. The Pablove Foundation has now awarded $900,000 to support innovative pediatric cancer research since 2011. “Childhood cancer is the […]

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An inside look at our scientific review process

May 29, 2014
Our Grant Cycle

Next week we’ll announce our 2014 Childhood Cancer Research Grants, and I could not be more thrilled about this year’s scientific bounty. The period of time between our application deadline in early March and our big reveal in June represents hours upon hours of work by our Scientific Advisory Committee, culminating in a marathon conference […]

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Recap from the American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Annual Meeting

May 22, 2014
Pablove at ASPHO 2014

The Pablove Foundation was proud to sponsor the American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Annual Meeting in Chicago last week. The gorgeous Palmer House Hilton was hosting the National Basketball Association pre-draft meetings at the same time, but it was easy to find the right rooms among the conference halls. You just had to look for […]

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Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act

December 11, 2013

The U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 2019 today, titled the “Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act.” The bill is named in memory of Gabriella Miller, a young girl who left a legacy of a tenacious fight for childhood cancer awareness in spite of her inoperable brain tumor. From the official summary of the bill: […]

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