Research into childhood cancer is vital to work towards improving the survival rates of children fighting cancer.
By investing its funds wisely into projects that potentially may have the most significant impacts in the treatment of childhood cancer, the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust is working to help make this change.
It is through the generosity and dedication of our fundraisers and named funds that the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust is able to fund such vital research.
Lead by: Dr Daniel Williamson, Newcastle University
- Understanding what goes wrong in cells that leads to malignant rhabdoid tumours: Unravelling the impact of SMARCB1 loss on the chromatin landscape in malignant rhabdoid tumours to identify novel therapeutic opportunities.
Lead by: Prof Maureen O'Sullivan, Trinity College, Dublin
A four year scientific research project partnership aiming to reduce the time taken to diagnose cancer in infants,
children and young people.
Lead by: Dr Paul Huang (Institute of Cancer Research, London) and Dr Daniel Williamson (Newcastle)