Patient Care

  • Cancer Institute congratulates newest graduates of WVU’s Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program

    Cancer Institute congratulates newest graduates of WVU’s Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program

    West Virginia University’s Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program is an intense, three-year experience that prepares its graduates by developing their clinical expertise in cancer therapy, guides them in acquiring the knowledge of basic biology of neoplastic diseases and teaches them to solve problems through research in Hematology-Oncology.  Trainees are introduced to Hematology/Oncology through clinical teaching on the wards and in clinics, as well as clinical and basic science lectures and conferences directed by faculty. Fellows also participate in clinical or laboratory research under faculty supervision.. Only a handful of students enter the program each year.

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  • Mother’s Day flower sale a success for Comfort Fund

    Mother’s Day flower sale a success for Comfort Fund

    Members of the Comfort Fund committee at the WVU Cancer Institute’s Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center held another successful Mother’s Day flower and fern sale this year. Cancer Center dietician Mary Anne Yanosik, who coordinated the fundraiser, praised committee members and all her WVU Medicine colleagues for helping raise more than $4,500 for the Fund, which benefits cancer patients at WVU.

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  • In The Spotlight

  • World-renowned cancer expert to lead WVU Cancer Institute

    World-renowned cancer expert to lead WVU Cancer Institute

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Richard M. Goldberg, M.D., renowned gastrointestinal cancer expert, has been named the new director of the WVU Cancer Institute.

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  • Gee welcomes new cancer researchers to WVU

    Gee welcomes new cancer researchers to WVU

    Earlier this year when Mary J.C. Hendrix was named president of Shepherd University, she had a critical decision to make: To shut down her research laboratory at Northwestern University or relocate her groundbreaking cancer research closer to Shepherd. The answer came in a unique partnership with West Virginia University, a major R1 research university 150 miles to the west of Shepherd. Thanks to sophisticated Skype technology, Hendrix and her laboratory are able to resume daily research interactions.

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