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    New funding accelerates research on B-cell lymphomas

    Grants and philanthropic donations -- the fiscal engine of cancer research -- fuel scientific discoveries in the lab and new therapies in the clinic that might otherwise remain stalled

    BIDMC Cancer Center: Exploiting biology to outwit cancer

    "Our central vision in the Cancer Center is translating the research of basic scientists into the solution of clinical problems," says Lowell Schnipper, MD, chief of the Division of Hematology/Oncology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, as well as deputy associate director for Clinical Sciences and member of the Executive Committee at DF/HCC

    Four DF/HCC scientists elected to the Institute of Medicine

    The National Academy of Sciences announced on October 9 that Nancy Andrews, MD, PhD (CHB), Graham Colditz, MD, DrPH (BWH/HSPH), Stephen Elledge, PhD (BWH), and Robert Martuza, MD (MGH), were among 65 new members elected to the Institute of Medicine

    PI3K Panelists
    Interdisciplinary symposium targets PI3K pathway

    On October 4, the Center Scientific Council (CSC) hosted a symposium titled “Targeting the PI3K Pathway for Cancer Therapy,” the first of a quarterly series of workshops on emerging avenues of interdisciplinary research

    Program matches mentors to minority students

    Capping a rigorous nine weeks of research, 21 students recently presented their findings to an audience of scientists and lab mates, family and friends

    Segal wins Pioneer Award for studies of mitogenic niche

    In September, Rosalind Segal, MD, PhD (DFCI), professor of neurobiology, received the 2006 NIH Director’s Pioneer Award, a five-year, $2.5 million grant given to an outstanding scientist who pioneers new approaches to biomedical research

    National Institutes of Health to Map Genomic Changes of Lung, Brain, and Ovarian Cancers
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