Al's Comment:

 We awarded two more brain tumor research grants: the first grant is the 3rd year of a special project by Dr Eric Wong which examines the relationship between field strength at the tumor site and outcome.  This can eventually result in better ways to use Tumor Treating Fields, and figure out why it works so good with some people and not others.

The second grant is a collaboration between the Musella Foundation and Dragon Master's Foundation for a project by Dr. Seyed Ali Nabavizadeh which looks at better ways of using Pet and MRI scanning to evaluate pediatric brain tumors.  The currently used methods on adults do not translate well to the pediatric tumors, especially those of the brainstem and midline structures.

We thank the donors who allowed us to award these important grants. Some of the funding came from our National Walk To End Brain Tumors, and some came from memorial donations, as well as donations to our organization. 

Posted on: 07/09/2021

Musella Foundation awards two brain tumor research grants! 

Hewlett, NY 7/9/21 - The Musella Foundation is pleased to announce that we have awarded two more  brain tumor research grants in the total amount of $50,000.  
The projects:
 $35,000 to Dr. Eric Wong at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for the third year of the project titled: "Computer Modeling of Tumor Treating Fields Using Single Institutional
Data Base
 $15,000 grant to the Dragon Masters Foundation to help them fund Dr. Seyed Ali Nabavizadeh, Of U. Of Pennsylvania, for the project: "Pet/ MRI imaging of pediatric brain tumors".
About the Musella Foundation 
The Musella Foundation For Brain Tumor Research & Information, Inc is a 501(c)3 non- profit organization dedicated to speeding up the search for the cure of brain tumors, as well as helping families deal with the diagnosis of brain cancer, by funding innovative brain tumor research, education, advocacy, emotional and financial support for families that are dealing with brain tumors and organizing the brain tumor community to work together as an army to fight the disease. Our patient navigation program is unlike any other such program – a team of experts evaluate each case, and we track the outcomes so we learn from every patient.



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