Funding The Future

FUNDING INNOVATIVE RESEARCH

Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Foundation believes ambitious research is the key to changing the trajectory of breast cancer.

The Lynn Sage Scholars are talented, young researchers, investigating potentially groundbreaking theories. Scholars are awarded $200,000 over two years to pursue a novel breast cancer project. The goal is to leverage their results into larger, governmental support and translate their theory into better treatment. Since 2007, the Lynn Sage Scholars program has driven additional funding worth six times the initial investment.

Current Lynn Sage Scholars

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Dr. Zhe Ji

Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and
Biomedical Engineering

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
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Elizabeth Hibler, PhD

Assistant Professor of Preventative Medicine,
Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Past Lynn Sage Scholars

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Dr. Dai Horiuchi

2017-18
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Dr. Abde Abukhdeir

2017-18
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Dr. Marc Mendillo

2017-18
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Dr. Athanassios Vassilopoulos

2015-16
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Dr. Sarika Jain

2013-14
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Dr. Chonghui Cheng

2011-12
virginia

Dr. Virginia Kaklamani

2009-10
Jeruss

Dr. Jacqueline Jeruss

2007-08