We have funded twelve  two-year fellowships over the last 15 years to young doctors across the nation.

Scott Carter Fellows in Childhood Cancer

M. Fatih Okcu, M.D.
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Houston, Texas

Charles Keller, M.D.
University of Utah
Huntsman Cancer  Institute
Salt Lake City, Utah

Terzah M. Horton, M.D., Ph.D.
Texas Children’s Hospital
Houston, Texas

Angela Dawn Trobaugh-Lotrario, M.D.
Children’s Hospital of Denver
Denver, Colorado

Rajeev Vibhakar, M.D., Ph. D.
Univeristy of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics
Iowa,City, Iowa

Megan E. Burke, M.D.

Duke University Medical Center & Duke University Children’s Hospital

Durham, North Carolina

Corrine Linardic, M.D., Ph. D.
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, North Carolina

Douglas K. Graham, M.D., Ph. D.
University of Colorado at Denver Health Science Center
Denver, Colorado

Alejandro Sweet-Cordero, M.D.
Stanford University Medical School
Stanford, California

Steven DuBois, M.D.
UCSF Children’s Hospital
San Francisco, California

Koichi Nishijo, M.D., Ph. D.
Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute
San Antonio, Texas

Jinu Abraham, M.D., Ph. D.
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Nicolle E. Hofmann, PhD
Scott Carter Fellow 2009-201-

Guangheng Li, MD, PhD
Scott Carter Fellow 2011-2012
First Affiliated Hospital, ZhengZhou University

Lara E. Davis, MD
Scott Carter Fellow 2012
Oregon Health & Science University

Noah E. Berlow, B.S.
Scott Carter Fellow 2013
Oregon Health &  Science University
Texas Tech University


Other Projects

In addition to the two-year fellowships, The Scott Carter Foundation has contributed to a number of worthy projects that are working towards the common goal of curing childhood cancer. These projects include:

  • The largest bone marrow registry to date in Tulsa, Oklahoma through the Red Cross organization.
  • The funding of a SKYlab project.
  • The purchase of a specialized microscope in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • Contributions to Project Woman (a project that pays for mammograms for those who need them, but can’t afford them).
  • Camp OK Corral (children’s cancer camp provided through the American Cancer Society).
  • Active participation in the American Cancer Society’s “Coaches vs. Cancer” program in many states.