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Sep

ACS-IRG Pilot Projects Awarded for 2013

The Jefferson Kimmel Cancer Center hosted the Annual ACS-IRG Luncheon on September 17th to announce the 2013 Pilot Project award recipients from Thomas Jefferson University. Awardees include Sheikh Aejaz Sayeed, PhD from the Department of Cancer Biology; Jordan Winter, MD, from the Department of Surgery; Yaron Moshel, MD, PhD from the Department of Neurological Surgery; …

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May

Highlights from KCC American Cancer Society Research Symposium

The Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson hosted the 3rd Annual American Cancer Society Research Symposium: Celebrating the ACS Institutional Research Grant at KCC on May 6, 2011. Dr. Nevalainen welcomed members of the KCC and TJU community and the American Cancer Society. Richard Pestell, MD, PhD gave the Keynote Address, “Cancer Invasion and Metastasis and …

6
May

KCC American Cancer Society Research Symposium

The 3rd Annual Kimmel Cancer Center American Cancer Society Research Symposium will be held today at 2 p.m. in 101 BLSB. KCC Director Richard Pestell, M.D, Ph.D, will present the keynote address and 2010 American Cancer Society-Institutional Research Grant Award recipients. Amy Leader, DrPH, MPH, and Hushan Yang, Ph.D, will discuss their research. A reception …

30
Jun

ACS-IRG Pilot Projects Awarded for 2010

The Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson hosted the 3rd Annual ACS-IRG Luncheon on June 16, 2010. The 2010 Pilot Project recipients are Nancy Hodgson, RN, PhD of the Jefferson Center for Applied Research in Aging and Health, Amy Leader, DrPh, MPh and Hushan Yang, PhD, both of the department of Medical Oncology.

24
May

Scientists Find Protein Spurs Spread of Prostate Cancer

Researchers from the Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson have found that Stat5, a signaling protein previously found to be key to survival of prostate cancer, is also involved in metastasis. Their study, published in the online edition of Endocrine-Related Cancer, demonstrates in both laboratory and animal models that nuclear Stat5 over-expression leads to a deadly …

5
May

KCC American Cancer Society Research Symposium

The Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson hosted the 2nd Annual American Cancer Society Research Symposium: Celebrating the ACS Institutional Research Grant at KCC on April 16, 2010. Dr. Pestell welcomed members of the KCC and TJU community and the American Cancer Society. Michael Lisanti, MD, PhD was the Keynote Speaker presenting “The Reverse Warburg Effect: …

26
Oct

Edith Mitchell Receives American Cancer Society Cancer Control Award

Edith Mitchell, M.D., clinical professor of Medicine and Medical Oncology at Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, was honored with the Cancer Control Award, an award created by the American Cancer Society. This award recognizes an individual who has made a major and unique contribution to cancer control in a non-research based activity in …

26
Jun

ACS-IRG Luncheon

The Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson hosted the 2nd Annual ACS-IRG Luncheon on June 25, 2009. Representatives of the Southeast Region, Pennsylvania Division of the American Cancer Society had an opportunity to meet this year’s recipients of the Pilot Project Awards from the Kimmel Cancer Center’s American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant, Richard G. Pestell …

1
May

Melanoma Monday

May is Skin Cancer Detection & Prevention Month, so accordingly this coming Monday is "Melanoma Monday". Although having an unfortunate name, the topic it raises is no laughing matter as skin cancer is the most diagnosed cancer type with over 1 million new diagnosis in the United States each year and rising. So if you …