in the news: companion pet collaborations

For the front page story by Sarah Kyle in the Coloradoan, visit the page http://www.coloradoan.com/story/news/2015/08/24/csu-clinical-trials-dogs-lead-child-cancer-cures/32294021/.   This news focus describes the collaborations with Dr. Bernard Seguin at Colorado

in the news: ABC7 story

For the story filmed by Major King of ABC7, click here (for the shorter version or click here (for the longer version)  This work was funded by

NCI funds Rhabdomyosarcoma Project

We are particularly excited to begin our five-year R01 project Cytokine- and Satellite Cell-mediated Muscle Disease Promotion, recently funded by the National Cancer Institute.  The goal?

Personalized Cancer Therapy … safety

We are excited to be working with Texas Tech University on the recently funded National Science Foundation grant project entitled, Design of functionally-tested, genomics-informed personalized cancer

Shane's Future Days

Our thanks go to Paul, Michele and the community of supporters that made such a generous gift from Shane’s Future Days possible.  You might notice Shane as

Nanocourse underway

We are grateful to the 20 community members who have come to Colorado for the 2015 Pediatric Cancer Biology Nanocourse.  The teams are actively working

Welcoming Noah

We are excited to welcome Noah to the laboratory as a postdoctoral fellow.  Noah recently earned his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University

in the news: companion pet collaborations

For the front page story by Sarah Kyle in the Coloradoan, visit the page http://www.coloradoan.com/story/news/2015/08/24/csu-clinical-trials-dogs-lead-child-cancer-cures/32294021/.   This news focus describes the collaborations with Dr. Bernard Seguin at Colorado

in the news: ABC7 story

For the story filmed by Major King of ABC7, click here (for the shorter version or click here (for the longer version)  This work was funded by

NCI funds Rhabdomyosarcoma Project

We are particularly excited to begin our five-year R01 project Cytokine- and Satellite Cell-mediated Muscle Disease Promotion, recently funded by the National Cancer Institute.  The goal?

Personalized Cancer Therapy … safety

We are excited to be working with Texas Tech University on the recently funded National Science Foundation grant project entitled, Design of functionally-tested, genomics-informed personalized cancer

Shane's Future Days

Our thanks go to Paul, Michele and the community of supporters that made such a generous gift from Shane’s Future Days possible.  You might notice Shane as

Nanocourse underway

We are grateful to the 20 community members who have come to Colorado for the 2015 Pediatric Cancer Biology Nanocourse.  The teams are actively working

Welcoming Noah

We are excited to welcome Noah to the laboratory as a postdoctoral fellow.  Noah recently earned his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University

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