Research

Supporting emerging Lynch Syndrome research, the Perlman Family CCARE Lynch Syndrome Research Stipend is presented yearly at the Society of Gynecologic Oncology Annual Meeting on Women’s Cancer.

Perlman Family CCARE Lynch Syndrome Research Award

2021

Ryan Kahn, MD

Ryan Kahn, MD

Weill Cornell Medical Center

Project:
CascadeNet: Developing an online site with telephone-based, cascade genetic testing counseling scripts for health-care providers

2020

Rachel Soyoun Kim, MD

Rachel Soyoun Kim, MD

University of British Columbia

Project:
Use of next-generation sequencing panel in diagnosis of Lynch syndrome

2019

Theofano Orfanelli, MD

Theofano Orfanelli, MD

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Project:
Identification of shared immunogenic tumor antigens in patients with gynecologic cancer with microsatellite instability

2018

Shahla Bari, MD

Shahla Bari, MD

Morehouse School of Medicine

Project:
Effect of HIV and other forms of acquired Immunodeficiency on clinicopathological and treatment outcomes in patients with Lynch syndrome-associated endometrial cancer.

2017

Joseph Dottino, MD, MPH

Joseph Dottino, MD, MPH

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Project:
Threshold analysis for universal Lynch Syndrome screening

2016

Janelle Pakish, MD

Janelle Pakish, MD

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Project:
Immunotherapy and endometrial cancer subtypes: Does the immune microenvironment differ with Lynch syndrome and microsatellite instability

2015

Joshua G. Cohen, MD

Joshua G. Cohen, MD

UCLA Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Project:
Evaluating Progestin Response in Lynch Syndrome Patients Who Desire Conservative Management of Endometrial Hyperplasia/Well-Differentiated Endometrial Carcinoma

2014

Erin E. Greenberg, MD

Erin E. Greenberg, MD

Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island

Project:
Prospective Evaluation of Universal Immunohistochemistry Screening for Diagnosing Lynch Syndrome in Endometrial Cancer Patients in a Large Tertiary Care Center

2013

Miya M. Frick

Miya M. Frick

California State University

Project:
BRCa Negative Breast Tumors as a Potential Source for Identifying MMR Deficiency and Lynch Syndrome