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KPBS SU2C Emperor Science Award winner shares her experience working at cc-TDI

Hello! My name is Emma Rens, and I am a junior at the Academy of Our Lady of Peace High School in San Diego, California. Earlier this year, I wrote a blog post about the remarkable opportunity I was given through the KPBS Stand Up to Cancer Emperor Science Award to work with the Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute (cc-TDI) lab. Now that the program has finished, I am very excited to share my experience and research. When I first toured the lab in June, my mentor, Dr. Keller, shared with me the shocking statistic

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Our research team is exploring and testing state-of-the-art treatment options for the most urgent issues facing children with cancer. 

Working in our own freestanding research institution allows us to act swiftly and nimbly to achieve results—bringing cost control, speed, purpose, and focus to translate effective treatments into the clinic. To get there, we perform basic science and translational research in our industrial modern lab site (a paint factory remodeled by Nike as an off-site creative space), adjacent to the Silicon Forest in Oregon.

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