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Grants awarded through Auburn University Cancer Research Initiative

Eleven grants have been awarded to faculty through a university research initiative in support of interdisciplinary cancer research efforts. The Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer, AURIC, based at Auburn's College of Veterinary Medicine, has announced funding of 11 grants to nine investigators through its Seed Grant program. Each grant is for one year and up to $20,000. The list of awardees includes faculty from Auburn's Harrison School of Pharmacy, College of Human Sciences, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and College of Veterinary Medicine. [Read More]

Auburn University Scientists to Test Anti-Tumor Properties of New Drug The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine and Nuovo Biologics, a biotechnology company, have announced a collaborative research agreement to study a new anti-cancer drug which also has antiviral properties. [more]

Auburn Testing Drug for Bone Cancer that Could Translate to Humans The American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation has awarded Bruce Smith, director of the Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer, a two-year grant totaling $118,848 to test the new therapy. [more]