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  • Register now and submit abstracts for WVCTSI’s 2019 Annual Meeting

    Join fellow WVCTSI leadership and members from across the state to discuss exciting new efforts and initiatives in clinical and translational science in the Mountain State. This day-and-a-half event will feature: WVCTSI progress and highlights, research roundtable discussions, presentations from addiction researchers, poster presentations from exciting work across the CTS spectrum, updates on available resources and services for members, and breakout sessions on key topics and trends.

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  • CANCELED: Cancer prevention expert to discuss cervical cancer prevention in Appalachia

    CANCELED: Cancer prevention expert to discuss cervical cancer prevention in Appalachia

    THE FOLLOWING EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED AT A LATER DATE,

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  • Nominate individuals who advance women’s concerns for distinguished Buswell Award

    The Council for Women's Concerns is accepting nominations for the Mary Catherine Buswell Award. This accolade, established in 1978, honors a person who has shown a dedication to the advancement of women. The award winner will receive $500 for travel, supplies, salary supplement or any other use commensurate with WVU policies. Nominations must be submitted by March 1.

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  • Blood drives to be held on Jan. 31, Feb. 5 and 15

    Blood drives to be held on Jan. 31, Feb. 5 and 15

    Every two seconds, someone needs blood, platelets, or plasma to survive. These patients depend on blood donors to roll up their sleeves and give the gift of life.

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  • WVU Cancer Institute recognizes Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

    WVU Cancer Institute recognizes Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

    The WVU Cancer Institute is joining organizations across the world to increase awareness of cervical cancer this January in recognition of Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Cervical cancer diagnoses have increased the last 40 years as the result of many women getting regular Pap tests, which can find cervical precancerous cells before they become cancer.

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  • Lori Hazlehurst named as WVU Cancer Institute Associate Director

    Lori Hazlehurst named as WVU Cancer Institute Associate Director

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Lori Hazlehurst, Ph.D., Professor (WVU School of Pharmacy - Pharmaceutical Sciences and Co-Leader of the WVU Cancer Institute Research Program the Alexander B. Osborn Hematopoietic Malignancy and Transplantation Program, has been named as the Associate Director for Basic Research at the WVU Cancer Institute.  In this role, she will work closely with Dr. Richard Goldberg, Institute Director, and the leadership team of the WVU Cancer Institute to implement strategic goals to increase the impact of basic and translational cancer research at WVU. The primary strategy is to increase the number of NIH funded investigators focused on cancer research at WVU

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  • Export Control Fast Facts: What you need to know

    Export Control Fast Facts: What you need to know

    The training will highlight the importance of compliance with U.S. export laws and regulations, HSC faculty and staff’s personal responsibilities, and the processes designed to assist them. In particular, the information will look at how export regulations intersect with research, travel abroad, and the ways the Export Control office works with the Office of Global Affairs in the visa process for J-1 scholars and H-1B employees working in each school at HSC.

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  • Novel Funding Opportunities for Tumor Treating Fields Research

    Novel Funding Opportunities for Tumor Treating Fields Research

    InovitroTM TTFields Lab Bench System from Novocure recently released several new funding opportunities. 

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  • Board of Governors proposes tightening of tobacco-free campus policy

    Board of Governors proposes tightening of tobacco-free campus policy

    A clarification and tightening of West Virginia University’s tobacco-free campus rules was approved for comment Friday by the Board of Governors.

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  • WVU maintains R1 status, ranking alongside most prestigious research universities

    WVU maintains R1 status, ranking alongside most prestigious research universities

    West Virginia University continues to rank among the nation’s elite research institutions as reflected in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. 

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