You, Us and Dataseam Making a Difference in

You, Us and Dataseam Making a Difference in

You, Us and Dataseam Making a Difference in Kentucky A Big Difference Dr. James R. Ramsey President University of Louisville December 8, 2009 You know the statistics You may be a statistic #1 Mortality Rate - 987 per 100,000 people - 842 is National Average #1 Cancer Death Rate - 237 per 100,000 people - 202 is National Avg.

#4 Cardiovascular Death Rate #5 Heart Disease #12 Stroke Our (UofL) Focus Public Agenda Specific Mandate World class cancer center Our (All of Us) Challenge But we cannot let the economy or the budget stop us or slow us down!

Partnerships can prove that 1+1>2 Dataseam A partnership between K-12, higher education and an entrepreneurial company (neat bunch of guys) A university sending its top scientists to school districts to talk about the importance of math and science Efficient use of resources, specifically using computer capacity in the schools to do cancer research Partnerships can prove that 1+1>2

Creating new cancer drugs that have been licensed to a private company Advanced Cancer Therapeutics that is providing the capital to help move these drugs through clinical trials to the market Great legislative support Thank you Representative Rocky Adkins! Student financial aid for students throughout Kentucky Partnerships can prove that 1+1>2 Students at S. Floyd High School developed a website for the researchers at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center

This provided the students with an opportunity to be creative, set goals and to be life long learners. Thank you! Helping Kentucky; Helping the World UofL and James Graham Brown Cancer Center Three (3) drugs in early stage clinical trials Four (4) drugs in late preclinical development Twenty four (24) compounds in preclinical development

Helping Kentucky; Helping the World UofL and James Graham Brown Cancer Center More than $50 million invested since 1999 in building the drug development program More than $80 million in total Federal funding to support drug development research More than 50 scientists focused in the discovery and development of novel anti-cancer therapeutics Tobacco Based HPV Vaccine The Role of Bucks for Brains

Kakar Ghim Ng Rodu Zundel Goldstein Research Support Trent

Bates Palmer Li Clark Jenson Sankar Telang Ng

Mitchell Higashi Chesney Singh Davis Zacharias Jala Wattenberg

Miller Fan Lane Arumugan Lillard Eaton Bodduluri Ye

Ratajczak Yan Cunningham Chaires Ratajczak Hollifield Sun Dean Reca

Lu Hein Kidd Gupta Kucia McGregor Ravoori States Baumgartner

R. Martin 10 Bucks for Brains Chairs 55 New Faculty $26,925,760 Research Support in 2007 Baumgartner K. Parrish Stansbury

How does this tie in to UofLs mission? We are expected to help improve economic opportunity and quality of life for Kentuckians (HB1 1997). 14 Thank you! This would not be possible without people like you. Happy Holidays! 15

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