November 7, 2011
CASE CCC IN THE NEWS
Charis Eng, MD, PhD, FACP: Leading the Way in Genomic Medicine
Oncology Group's Report Calls for Smaller, More-Tailored Clinical Trials
Axitinib Looks Good in Head-to-Head Renal Cancer Trial
Coulter Foundation, CWRU Establish $20M Endowment for Biomedical Engineering Projects
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Cancer Center Seminar Series: Network Medicine: Can a network approach to cancer enable new targeting strategies, drug targets and biomarkers?
Friday, November 11
Please join us Friday, November 11 at the next Cancer Center Seminar Series featuring Eric B. Haura, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Oncology at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute. Dr. Haura will present Network Medicine: Can a network approach to cancer enable new targeting strategies, drug targets and biomarkers?, during which he will describe the work his lab is doing using mass spectrometry-based proteomics to characterize cancer kinase signaling networks and the relationships with drugs. He will also describe ongoing efforts to develop protein-protein interaction biomarker strategies.
This seminar is hosted by the Developmental Therapeutics Program, but all are encouraged to attend. CME credit is available.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leaders
Each year, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leaders program honors up to 10 outstanding and otherwise unrecognized individuals who overcome daunting odds to improve health and health care, especially to underserved populations in communities across the United States. The program aims to elevate the work of these unsung leaders through heightened recognition, technical assistance and new leadership opportunities.
Deadline: November 28
ASCO Report Stresses Need for More Targeted Approach to Clinical Trials
Dr. Neal Meropol was one of three executive editors of a newly released report by ASCO. Accelerating Progress Against Cancer, provides a high-level blueprint for transforming the translational and clinical cancer research system in the US. The report identifies and lays out plans to address three areas that are of immediate importance:
Over the next three years, ASCO will work with partners throughout the cancer research community to develop more detailed plans of action for each of the three areas covered in the report.
Gifts to CWRU SOM Establish Professorship in Integrative Oncology
Today, the CWRU SOM announced gifts to establish the inaugural Parker Hannifin-Helen Moss Cancer Research Foundation Professorship in Integrative Oncology. The professorship seeks to change the way cancer is treated by employing the practice of integrative medicine and therapies designed to extend the lives of cancer patients using a more holistic and natural approach, along with traditional medicine.
The Parker Foundation partnered with the Helen Moss Cancer Research Foundation by donating $1 million to help establish the $1.5 million professorship. Helen Moss, a stage-four breast cancer survivor and founder of the Helen Moss Cancer Research Foundation, has spent the past 10 years advocating for integrative oncology. She is the driving force behind the establishment of this professorship, and her foundation is a sponsor of the upcoming Society for Integrative Oncology Conference in Cleveland.
NCI CANCER BULLETIN
November 1, 2011
NEWS FROM NIH
NIH Researchers Design a Light Therapy That Targets and Destroys Cancer Cells in Mice
**All events are open to anyone interested in attending
Pathology Graduate Student Seminar
Pathology Graduate Student Seminar
Hematology and Oncology Division Research Conference
Immunology Visiting Professor Seminar Series
Hematology/Oncology Fellows Conference
Taussig Cancer Institute Grand Rounds
Cancer Center Seminar Series
Cancer Center Research in Progress Seminar
UPCOMING CANCER CENTER SYMPOSIUMS & EVENTS
ADDITIONAL UPCOMING SEMINARS & EVENTS
8th International Conference of the Society for Integrative Oncology: Innovating Integrative Oncology: New Science, New Solutions
PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellows program
HHMI Medical Research Fellows Program
NIH BULLETIN – Notices and Funding Opportunities
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