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3
Nov

What is Ocular Melanoma – Dr. Sato in Cooking Light Magazine

Dr. Takami Sato and the Shields Team at Wills Eye are mentioned in an issue of Cooking light magazine for the amazing work the do with Ocular Melanoma. See Full Article http://simmerandboil.cookinglight.com/2015/11/02/what-is-ocular-melanoma/  

30
Oct

Immune Cell Delivers ‘Kiss of Death’ to Cancer

The immune system plays a major role in cancer, from seeking out and destroying cancer cells when they first form, to eventually being overcome and even co-opted to ignore or protect the tumor mass. Clinicians and researchers have been investigating how best to boost and re-activate the immune system’s natural ability to attack cancer.  Now …

26
Mar

Jefferson Graduate Student Receives Joanna M. Nicolay Melanoma Foundation ‘Research Scholar Award’

Kevin Basile, a Thomas Jefferson University graduate student in the Genetics Ph.D. Program, was one of nine students from leading cancer centers across the U.S. to receive a $10,000 “Research Scholar Award” from the Joanna M. Nicolay Melanoma Foundation (JMNMF) for his exceptional research work. Two members of the board of directors for JMNMF, including …

17
May

Dr. Sato Recieves Generous Gift For Uveal Melanoma Research

Benefactors Mark and Alison Weinzierl pose with Kimmel Cancer Center Director Dr. Richard G. Pestell (R) and Dr. Takami Sato (L), Professor of Medical Oncology and director of the Uveal Melanoma research program at the KCC.  The Weinzierls (from the Dallas, Texas, area) are providing $1 million in support of Dr. Sato’s work.