Congratulations to Noah

Congratulations to cc-TDI lab member, Noah Berlow PhD, whose cc-TDI spinout company, First Ascent, recently won a Portland-area startup challenge award!

AIMS Award from Atomwise

Some big news about tiny molecules: cc-TDI has recently been awarded an AIMS Award from Atomwise to create a molecularly-designed new drug for EWSR1 fusion

New Board Member Announcement: Sharleigh Stevenson

We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to our board of directors: Sharleigh Stevenson is President of the Australian non-profit Braver Stronger Smarter Incorporated and has been

Super Sophie Visitor

We are thinking back to the recent past when we could have visitors in the lab and hopeful we can return to that mode someday

Working Through COVID

Even in this time of extreme uncertainty, particularly in healthcare, parents are still hearing the words: “your child has cancer” every single day. Cancer doesn’t

IBM Smash Childhood Cancer Project

While much of the workforce is now working from home, we are excited to partner with IBM research. Folks who want to directly help cc-TDI

Congratulations to Noah

Congratulations to cc-TDI lab member, Noah Berlow PhD, whose cc-TDI spinout company, First Ascent, recently won a Portland-area startup challenge award!

AIMS Award from Atomwise

Some big news about tiny molecules: cc-TDI has recently been awarded an AIMS Award from Atomwise to create a molecularly-designed new drug for EWSR1 fusion

New Board Member Announcement: Sharleigh Stevenson

We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to our board of directors: Sharleigh Stevenson is President of the Australian non-profit Braver Stronger Smarter Incorporated and has been

Super Sophie Visitor

We are thinking back to the recent past when we could have visitors in the lab and hopeful we can return to that mode someday

Working Through COVID

Even in this time of extreme uncertainty, particularly in healthcare, parents are still hearing the words: “your child has cancer” every single day. Cancer doesn’t

IBM Smash Childhood Cancer Project

While much of the workforce is now working from home, we are excited to partner with IBM research. Folks who want to directly help cc-TDI

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