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Start year End year Title Source Position
1. 2005 2011 Project 3 – IgH Translocation as Seminal Event in MGUS & Myeloma. National Cancer Institute Co-Investigator
2. 2005 2010 Genetic Epidemiology of CLL National Cancer Institute Co-Investigator
3. 2004 2010 ECOG Core Lab B National Cancer Institute Core Director
4. 2004 2010 Multiple Myeloma Research Consortium Mayo Clinic Arizona PI
5. 2009 Chromosomal Abnormalities in Myeloma as Detected by FISH National Cancer Institute PI
6. 2009 Mayo Comprehensive Cancer Center Grant National Cancer Institute Program Leadership
7. 2009 Mayo Comprehensive Cancer Center Grant National Cancer Institute Senior Leadership Hematology Malignancies Program
8. 2008 Tissue Core: Core 2 National Cancer Institute Core Leader (Fonseca)
9. 2008 Molecular Markers of Plasma Cell Neoplasm Evolution National Cancer Institute Project Leader
10. 2005 2007 Open Label Phase 1 Study of CP-751,871 in Patients with Multiple Myeloma Clinical trial of 1GF – 1R in multiple myeloma Pfizer, Inc PI
11. 2000 2005 Genomic Instability in Plasma Cell Dyscrasias Damon-Runyon Walter Winchell Clinical Investigator Award PI
12. 2001 2003 Macroglobulinemia and FISH IWMF PI
13. 1999 2001 The characterization of MGUS translocations including breakpoint analysis and cloning of rearranged fragments Mayo Clinic PI
14. 1998 2001 The Detection of the Translocation 5(11;14)(q13;q32) in Myeloma Patients Using Fiber-Fluorescent in-situ Hybridization . The study of 14q32 and 11q13 translocations in myeloma using fiber-FISH Leukemia Society of America Translational Research Award PI
15. 1998 1999 The Study of Translocations Involving Chromosome 14 are Present in Patients with MGUS Using Interphase cIg-FISH Kathy Giusti Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation PI


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