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Mount Sinai's Arvin Dar, Ph.D., receives NIH New Innovator Award for drug development
Date:11/15/2013

rship of Mount Sinai faculty, including Stuart Aaronson and Ross Cagan, as well as my postdoctoral advisor, Kevan Shokat, at the University of California San Francisco. My previous work with them has led to a compound that is currently progressing towards a human clinical trial, and this new funding will allow us to explore new avenues in drug therapy."

Thirty years ago, Mount Sinai researchers played a pivotal role in first discovering Ras mutations, and their relationship to cancer biology. Stuart Aaronson, PhD, and Prem Reddy, PhD, made significant inroads in uncovering Ras mutations.


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