Cancer

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Provides discretionary support for the Koch Institute and will be applied where it is most needed.
Provides support for innovative, early stage cancer research projects that are difficult to fund with conventional funding methods but have potential for groundbreaking translational discoveries.
Provides support for the construction of 11 advanced biotechnology facilities serving the cancer researchers of the Koch Institute and across MIT.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends passionate about the role of art in science, which support the operations of the Koch Institute's galleries, public outreach, and educational efforts.
Gifts to support The Judith Ann Lippard Memorial Lectureship in Cancer Research, which annually convenes the most innovative minds in cancer research from a variety of disciplines, with a special emphasis on women's cancers, including gynecological cancers. Fund income in excess of the lectureship may be used for relevant research, trainee support or faculty support in the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support leading-edge interdisciplinary cancer research to develop new methods to detect, monitor and treat cancer, including ovarian cancer.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends, in memory of Benjamin and Samuel Krinsky, to establish an endowed fund to support activities of one or more undergraduate or graduate students pursuing basic research on causes of brain cancer, with preference for research on the molecular causes of glioblastoma.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows in the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, including, but not limited to, research travel awards and research funding.
Gifts to support The Judith Ann Lippard Memorial Lectureship in Cancer Research, which annually convenes the most innovative minds in cancer research from a variety of disciplines, with a special emphasis on women's cancers, including gynecological cancers. Fund income in excess of the lectureship may be used for relevant research, trainee support or faculty support in the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research.
Provides discretionary support for the Koch Institute and will be applied where it is most needed.
Gifts to support grants for research teams in the area of nanotechnology-based methods for treating, detecting and monitoring cancer. Preference will be given to projects that optimize interdisciplinary collaboration, maximize the engagement of trainees (MIT doctoral and undergraduate students), and demonstrate vision and innovation in pursuit of new nanotechnology-based solutions to cancer problems.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support leading-edge interdisciplinary cancer research to develop new methods to detect, monitor and treat cancer, including ovarian cancer.
Provides support for innovative, early stage cancer research projects that are difficult to fund with conventional funding methods but have potential for groundbreaking translational discoveries.