Widely-known for supporting a broad range of philanthropic projects, The Jesse and Julie Rasch Foundation has just approved $80,000 in research funding for Dr. Siyaram Pandey’s project, Evaluation of anti-cancer effect of various compounds against lymphoma.
Recognizing Stony Brook Medicine’s expertise related to Hodgkin’s lymphoma research, the Jesse and Julie Rasch Foundation has recently awarded Gerardo Mackenzie, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Preventive Medicine, and Stony Brook University Cancer Center, a $179,000 grant investigating prevention of the disease.
The Jesse and Julie Rasch Foundation has provided a grant to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation to allow Drs. Laister and Kuruvilla to determine whether certain natural, dietary compounds exhibit an anti-cancer effect in the context of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, and whether those compounds may act in part by preventing the microenvironment from becoming a foundation for tumor growth.
The Jesse and Julie Rasch Foundation has committed to the goal of improving the lives of Canadians with a generous gift of $500,000 to fund a project at The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre that aims to transform cancer treatment by making it less harmful and toxic.