Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas

CPRIT Awards Over $20M to UT Southwestern and UT Dallas to Fight Cancer

The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas approved over $90 million in new cancer research and prevention grants at its quarterly meeting near the Texas Capitol on Wednesday—and $20.6 million of that money is coming to North Texas to advance everything from breast cancer and lung cancer screening to "deep learning models" to facilitate T-cell receptor therapies.
Dialectic Therapeutics Plans to Further Cancer Drug Research Using $3M Seed Award
by | Feb 26, 2020
Using innovative new technologies and targeted therapies, the Dallas biotech startup aims to help patients with cancer, give them hope, and prolong their lives.
William Anderson
Discovery: UTD Prof Proposes Solution to Martian Mystery, Insight on Cancer-Causing ‘Dimers,’ & Phone’s Impact on Work, Home Life
by | Jan 19, 2018
Research and scientific breakthroughs are happening every day in laboratories and universities across North Texas. Here are some of their stories.
Dialectic Therapeutics cancer
UTSW Ups Fight Against Cancer With New Funding
by | Nov 28, 2016
The Dallas medical center received $5.8 million from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas to fight cancer and attract new researchers.