Recipients receive a flexible grant of $300,000 over two years that is renewable for an additional two years ($600,000 total). The award will support new staff, equipment, and supplies to help the lab push forward new vaccines aimed at controlling T cell differentiation to combat tumor relapse. Thanks to the Damon Runyon foundation for this amazing opportunity!
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