The A~T Project
Cancer Research for Children with A~T
3002 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703
Phone/Fax 512-472-4892 / [email protected]
The A-T Project is a non-profit foundation organized in 1992 that supports
biomedical research for diseases of ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T).
How to help
1992 – The A~T Project Marks 10th Anniversary – 2002
Letter from the A~T Project Board of Directors, December 2002
Our scientists have amplified what is known concerning how the A-T gene functions in mammals to prevent free radical damage, which is probably the gene’s main function.
A~T Project Research Pioneers
William S. Lynn, William Shive, Flora Pettit, James Heffley and
Paul Wong’s Expanded Research Team at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center’s Science Park-Research Division
The A-T Project Newsletter
with additional new articles
SCIENCE PARK TEAM PUBLISHES LANDMARK PAPER
Prevention of thymic lymphoma development in atm-/- mice by dexamethasonCancer Research, September 2002
Exciting A-T Project Research Published in May 2001 FASEB Journal
Letter from Robert Howard, President of The A~T Project
Tribute to Patrick, June 2001
Austin American-Statesman Honors Patrick
October 2000, December 2000
(l to r) Judy Butler, Board Member, Mingshan Yan, Ph.D., Wenan Qiang, M.D.,
Paul Wong, Ph.D., Bill Lynn, M.D., George Stoica, Ph.D. discussing research.