National Cancer Institute grant to help answer questions about cancer, says medicine’s Susann Brady-Kalnay

CWRU researchers get nearly $2 million from NCI to answer “provocative question” about cancer

The Plain Dealer: A team of researchers from the School of Medicine, Case School of Engineering and Case Comprehensive Cancer Center has been awarded a $1.9 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to answer questions about cancer. “We’ve done all the groundwork to be confident that we can get there,” said Susann Brady-Kalnay, principal investigator and professor of molecular biology and microbiology. “At the end of the three years, we should be able to show that the technology could work.”