We are directly involved in lung cancer research across the continuum of care but with a special focus on early detection/intervention and lung cancer survivorship. If you are interested in partnering with GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer on a research study, please contact our Senior Director of Science and Research, Jennifer King. Some of the projects we are currently partnering on include:

CASTL

Studying optimal smoking cessation during lung cancer screening.

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SPACEWALK

A study for patients with ALK drug resistance.

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ROS1 PDX Study

Making models of ROS1-fusion positive tumors.

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ROS1 Cell Line Study

ROS1-Fusion positive specimens for cell lines initiative.

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EGFR PDX Study

Making models of EGFR positive tumors.

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Genomics of Young Lung Cancer

Studying lung cancer in people under 40.

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Empathic Communication

Understanding physician communication to decrease stigma.

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SUMMIT Study

Supporting development of a blood test for early cancer detection.

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Stigma: 2008-2018

Studying public perception of lung cancer over the past decade.

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Needs of Long Term Survivors

Understanding the unique needs of patients more than five years after diagnosis.

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GIVE A SCAN®

The world’s first patient-powered open access database for lung cancer research.

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VALOR

Comparing surgery or stereotactic radiotherapy in early lung cancer.

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Lung-MAP

Master protocol to help patients find the best treatments.

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Maine LungCAPs Initiative

Improving prevention and screening statewide in Maine.

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