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Research Impact More Than Skin-Deep
Through diverse and collaborative approaches, DF/HCC Melanoma Program members are investigating treatment response and resistance, developing therapeutic strategies for underserved patient populations, and improving prevention. “There are groups collaborating across hospitals, across departments, across disciplines— zebrafish people who are working with clinicians who are working with people studying mouse models,” said co-leader David E. Fisher, MD, PhD (MGH) about the Melanoma Program. [Read More]
More on Cores
Genotyping and Genetics
for Population Sciences Core
In this DF/HCC eNews Spotlight Edition, we present the DF/HCC Genotyping and Genetics for Population Sciences Core, which provides access to specialized resources. The GGPS core specializes in qPCR telomere assays, qPCR mitochondria assays, TaqMan/OpenArray genotyping, and targeted next-gen sequencing on the IonTorrent S5 platform.[Read More]
Join us in welcoming the 26 individuals from our member institutions who have recently joined DF/HCC. Learn more about these scientists and their research interests through written and video abstracts.
Awards and Honors
Congratulations to the DF/HCC faculty who have been recognized for their outstanding research contributions since our last edition of eNews! Learn more about who was honored.
Recently Awarded NIH Grants
The NIH continues to recognize DF/HCC as a leader in cancer research by awarding funding to a number of our research initiatives including four SPOREs this cycle. Learn more about these funded projects.