USC Researcher Wins $3.5M NCI RAID Award to Fund Spinout Pivotal Bioscience's Cancer Rx | GenomeWeb

By Ben Butkus

University of Southern California researcher Alan Epstein has received an award from the National Cancer Institute that could be worth as much as $3.5 million to support the preclinical development of a modified cancer immunotherapy invented in his lab, USC said last week.

The Rapid Access to Intervention Development, or RAID, award is Epstein's second since 2004, though for a different molecule.

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