On June 6, The Pablove Foundation will announce the recipients of their 2013 research grants. This year marks an incredible milestone as The Pablove Foundation will surpass $500,000 in grants. Considering the organization was founded in 2009, this is an impressive achievement for a young nonprofit. More than the numbers or milestones, this means The Pablove Foundation will be able to fund grants to further innovative research for safer, more effective treatments for rare childhood cancers!
June 6th’s news comes after another impressive year that saw the funding of six innovative research projects. 2012′s grants contributed to making a real, lasting effect on childhood cancer treatment. In 2012, The Pablove Foundation awarded grants to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, the Children’s National Medical Center, the Lombardi Cancer Center at Georgetown University, and the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin & Medical College of Wisconsin.
Take a few minutes to watch one of the recipients of The Pablove Foundation‘s first-ever childhood cancer research grants in 2011. In this video, Dr. Elizabeth Mullen gives a brief and entertaining presentation on her project (Identification of Clinical Biomarkers of Wilms Tumor Using High Accuracy Mass Spectroscopy Urine Proteome Profiling) at our Childhood Cancer Survivorship Symposium in 2012.