Location: Penn State Cancer Institute
While some do-it-yourselfers make their own sunscreen to avoid chemicals used to make those found at stores, a surgical oncologist and skin cancer specialist at Penn State Health says that's a bad idea.
CureSearch for Children's Cancer, a leader in the pediatric cancer community committed to finding new cures and treatments faster, is accepting letters of intent for several funding opportunities to address all steps along the drug development pipeline.
The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Journey, a traveling, hands-on informational exhibit, is visiting Hershey to raise awareness about the All of Us Research Program - an ambitious effort to gather data from 1 million or more people living in the United States to accelerate research and improve health.
The National Cancer Institute’s Ruth L. Kirschstein Institutional National Research Service Award equips predoctoral and postdoctoral scholars with skills to conduct independent cancer research at Penn State College of Medicine.
St. Baldrick’s Foundation awards Dovat $5,000 to mentor young investigator in pediatric cancer research
The St. Baldrick's Foundation will give researcher Dr. Sinisa Dovat $5,000 to mentor a young investigator in pediatric cancer research this summer. The foundation’s Summer Fellow grant provides funding for a medical school or college student to work in a pediatric oncology research lab for one summer.
The purpose of the Developmental Fund Award (DFA) is to assist Penn State Cancer Institute members with the resubmission of grant applications that were recently submitted to the National Cancer Institute and not funded.
Dr. Thomas McGarrity, a gastroenterologist at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, developed a colorectal cancer screening program for Penn State Health and Penn State College of Medicine employees that has become a national model.