- Awards to be granted and administered by the St. Baldrick’s Foundation
- One award to a U.S. or Canadian researcher, to be presented at an ASPHO meeting
- One award to an international researcher, to be presented at a SIOP meeting
- Awards are $250,000/year for 3 years to support innovative childhood cancer research
- Donations in memory of Dr. Arceci help support the awards
This award reflects Dr. Robert J. Arceci’s values, which include:
Thinking outside the box – risk-taking – true innovation
Collaboration – including international participation
Development of early- to mid-career scientists
Congratulations to Dr Laura Broutier for winning the 2018 International Award!
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation for childhood cancers congratulates the winner of the 2018 Robert J. Arceci Innovation Award: Dr. Laura Broutier from Lyon, France. After a period of research at Cambridge University, Dr. Broutier’s work at the Cancer Research Center in Lyon now focuses on using “organoids” – or so-called “mini-organs” – to better understand the biological underpinnings of cancer. Read more
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation for childhood cancers congratulates the two winners of the Robert J. Arceci Innovation Award: Dr. Franck Bourdeaut from the Curie Institute in Paris, and PD Dr. Jan-Henning Klusmann from the Hannover Medical School. Read more
Dr Sam Behjati, Research Fellow in Medical Sciences (Corpus Christi College Cambridge, UK), has become the first recipient of the International Robert J. Arceci Innovation Award for his work helping children with cancer.
Make a donation
To make a donation in memory of Bob and support this award, please give online or send a check (“Arceci Hero Fund” in the memo line) to:
Becky Chapman Weaver, St. Baldrick’s Foundation, 1333 S. Mayflower Ave., Ste. 400, Monrovia, CA 91016.
For information on nomination criteria and the process, please email Becky Chapman Weaver.