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Canary-American Cancer Society Postdoctoral Fellowships

In 2005, Canary and the American Cancer Society partnered to provide postdoctoral research fellowships to scientists in the field of early cancer detection. The program continued until 2011. Representative publications of Canary-ACS postdoctoral fellows are below.

Maher, C.A., et al. Chimeric transcript discovery by paired-end transcriptome sequencing. PNAS. (2009)

Maher, C.A., et al. Transcriptome sequencing to detect gene fusions in cancer. J. of Nature. (2009)

Abbott, K.L., et al. Targeted glycoproteomic identification of biomarkers for human breast carcinoma.J. of Proteome Res. (2008)

Bingham, J.L., et al. Extent and diversity of human alternative splicing established by complementary database annotation and microarray analysis. OMICS (2008)

Varambally, S., et al. Genomic loss of microRNA-101 leads to overexpression of histone methyltransferase EZH2 in cancer. Science (2008)

Hayes, G.M. et al. A novel secretin receptor splice variant potentially useful for early diagnosis of pancreatic carcinoma. Gastroenterology (2007)

Hayes, G.M. et al. Serine-arginine protein kinase 1 overexpression is associated with tumorigenic imbalance in mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways in breast, colonic, and pancreatic carcinomas. Cancer Res. (2007)

Liu, J.T., et al. Dual-axes confocal reflectance microscope for distinguishing colonic neoplasia. Cancer Epidemiol. Biomarkers Prev. (2007)

Liu, J.T., et al. Miniature near-infrared dual-axes confocal microscope utilizing a two-dimensional microelectromechanical systems scanner. Opt. Lett. (2007)

Carrigan, P.E., et al. Distinctive heavy metal composition of pancreatic juice in patients with pancreatic carcinoma. J Biomed Opt. (2006)