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  • Campo to discuss suicide prevention at Festival of Ideas series

    Campo to discuss suicide prevention at Festival of Ideas series

    This season’s Festival of Ideas at WVU kicks off on Sept. 11 at 4 p.m. at the Health Sciences Center's Okey Patteson auditorium. Dr. John Campo will present "Suicide Prevention Across the Lifespan and the Rural-Urban Continuum."

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  • Gillison to present Annual DeLynn Lecture

    Gillison to present Annual DeLynn Lecture

    The WVU Cancer Institute will hold its Annual DeLynn Lecture with Maura L. Gillison, MD, PhD, who will lecture on HPV and the Host Genome, at 4 pm on Tuesday, Sept. 4, in the WVU Health Sciences Center's Fukushima Auditorium (room 1901). A Q&A session will follow the lecture. The event is free and open to the public. For those who cannot attend, the event also will be webcast.

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  • Evening of Science: Focus on Experimental Therapeutics

    Join us on Oct. 30, 2018 for a series of conversations on the topic of experimental therapeutics.

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  • National Institutes of Health: Building Research Capacity in West Virginia

    National Institutes of Health: Building Research Capacity in West Virginia

    U.S. Congressman David B. McKinley, has invited National Institutes of Health officials to the WVU Health Sciences Center to participate in several workshops and discussion groups September 19 - 20. Faculty, staff, students and post-doctoral fellows are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to learn about emerging NIH initiatives and to participate in focused workshops with NIH staff.

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  • School of Public Health announces new HPML chair

    School of Public Health announces new HPML chair

    Nicholas Castle, B.Sc. (Hons) M.H.A., Ph.D., FGSA, will join the WVU School of Public Health as chair of the Department of Health Policy, Management and Leadership on December 31, 2018.

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  • WVU researchers improve screening rates for state’s second-deadliest cancer

    WVU researchers improve screening rates for state’s second-deadliest cancer

    In West Virginia, where colorectal cancer is the second-deadliest type of cancer, half of all colorectal cancers elude diagnosis until they have already grown beyond the colon. With Medicaid expansion, more West Virginians now have health insurance for cancer screening, yet many barriers to screening persist.

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  • Cancer Institute welcomes 2018 summer undergraduate research fellows

    Cancer Institute welcomes 2018 summer undergraduate research fellows

    Five undergraduate students have been selected to participate in the Summer Research Fellowship Program this year at the WVU Cancer Institute.

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  • Zuan-Fu Lim wins Rising Star Award

    Zuan-Fu Lim wins Rising Star Award

    Zuan-Fu Lim, a cancer cell biology graduate student in Patrick Ma’s lab at the WVU Cancer Institute, has won a Rising Star Award from the WVU Health Sciences Center Office of Research and Graduate Education. The award recognizes outstanding graduate students and faculty at the Health Sciences Center. Earlier this year, Lim’s lung cancer research earned him an American Association of Immunologists Young Investigator Award for his first place oral presentation at the 21st annual meeting of the Translational Research Cancer Centers Consortium at Seven Springs, PA.

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  • Zuan-Fu Lim wins young investigator award for his cancer research

    Zuan-Fu Lim wins young investigator award for his cancer research

    Zuan-Fu Lim, a cancer cell biology graduate student in Patrick Ma’s lab at the WVU Cancer Institute, has received an American Association of Immunologists Young Investigator Award for his first place oral presentation at the 21st annual meeting of the Translational Research Cancer Centers Consortium at Seven Springs, PA.

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  • Immunology and Medical Microbiology students awarded research internships

    Immunology and Medical Microbiology students awarded research internships

    The Immunology and Medical Microbiology (IMMB) program recently selected four sophomore students to participate in a research internship program offered by the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Cell Biology.

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