Entries by Jenny Mosier

Stanford’s Dr. Michelle Monje Reports on Breakthrough DIPG Research Funded by Defeat DIPG and ChadTough

Michelle Monje, MD, PhD, is a pediatric neuro-oncologist at Stanford University and one of the world’s top researchers in the study of high grade-gliomas.  In 2017, Michael Mosier Defeat DIPG Foundation and The ChadTough Foundation awarded a research grant to Dr. Monje for her project titled “The Tumor Microtube Network in DIPG:  Targeting a Possible […]

Remembering Vivian Rose Weaver

July 3, 2014 – March 6, 2020 Vivian Rose was born on July 3, 2014 to her parents, Simon and Katie Weaver.  Her family joyfully celebrated her birth, the fulfillment of prayers and excited anticipation. Her parents led her on a life of fun and adventure, heading to the Oregon coast the day after her birth […]

Defeat DIPG, ChadTough Award $2.8 Million for Ten New DIPG-Specific Research Projects

Michael Mosier Defeat DIPG Foundation and The ChadTough Foundation are funding ten new Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG)-specific research projects totaling more than $2.8 million over the next three years (2020-22).  Two of the new grants will be made in partnership with SoSo Strong Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. To date, the Defeat DIPG ChadTough grant program has committed $6.1 million to 23 DIPG […]

Defeat DIPG, ChadTough Announce $3.4 Million in New DIPG Research Funding

Michael Mosier Defeat DIPG Foundation and The ChadTough Foundation, and their chapters and partner families, are thrilled to announce the funding of 11 new DIPG-specific research projects totaling $3.4 million over the next 3 years. This brings the total research dollars committed through the Defeat DIPG ChadTough partnership to more than $6.7 million in the past 3 years. […]

Defeat DIPG Raises Over $1 Million for DIPG Research

We are thrilled to share an exciting milestone as we wrap up Brain Cancer Awareness Month. Due to your generosity and support, Michael Mosier Defeat DIPG® Foundation is proud to announce that we have raised over $1 million for DIPG research since our nonprofit was created in the second half of 2015. Working with our Defeat […]