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April 22, 2015

Seminars in Oncology: "The Shifting Intricacies of Tumor-Microenvironment Interactions in the Bone Marrow"

Guest Speaker: Dorothy Sipkins, MD, PhD Associate Professor, Duke University Tuesday, April 28, 2015 4PM Jimmy Fund Auditorium (35 Binney Street) No Registration Required!  All Are Welcome![more]

April 10, 2015

PAR: Cancer Prevention Control-LMIC Supplement to P30 CCSGs

NCI, through its Center for Global Health, has issued a PAR asking Cancer Centers to submit proposals to promote cancer prevention and control research in low- and middle- income countries. As you will see in the PAR, only one...[more]

April 09, 2015

Seminars in Oncology: Evolutionary Dynamics in Tumor Biology and Therapy"

Guest Speaker: Robert Gatenby, MDMoffitt Cancer Center - Tampa, FL Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 4PM Jimmy Fund Auditorium No Registration Required!  All Are Welcome![more]

April 02, 2015

Gene-Environment and Disparities Research: Workshop Series Cutting-Edge Methods for Exploring the Connection between Air Pollution and Health Disparities

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED BY APRIL 10** Gene-Environment and Disparities Research Workshop Series Cutting-Edge Methods for Exploring the Connection between Air Pollution and Health Disparities Friday, April 17, 2015...[more]

April 01, 2015

Seminars in Oncology: "Notch at the Intersection of T Cell Development and Transformation"

<p>Guest Speaker: Warren S. Pear, MD, PhD</p> <p>University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA</p> <p>Tuesday, April 7, 2015</p> <p>4PM</p> <p>Jimmy Fund...[more]

March 26, 2015

Seminars in Oncology: "Identification of the Genetic Network that Prevents Genome Instability"

Guest Speaker: Richard Kolodner, PhD Ludwig Center for Cancer Research - La Jolla, CA Tuesday, March 31, 2015, 4PM Jimmy Fund Auditorium (35 Binney Street-Boston) No Registration Required.  Event Open to All![more]

March 23, 2015

New from the Health Communication Core: Improve your website’s visibility

Between 50-75% of visitors to the scientific websites we develop find them via a search engine. Search engine optimization (SEO) helps websites appear as high as possible in search results. In a new “Resource for researchers”...[more]

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