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RRS Conversation with Allyson Koyen (2018 Marie Curie Award Winner)

Posted By Administration, Thursday, February 20, 2020

Allyson Koyen, a graduate student in the lab of Dr. David Yu at Emory University, is the 2018 RRS Marie Curie Award Winner. She studies small cell lung cancer, a disease with very poor outcomes and survival rates, with a primary focus on first line therapies.

Tags:  2018  allyson  award  cancer  david  emory  first line therapies  first line therapy  koyen  lab  laboratory  lung  marie curie  small cell  winner  yu 

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RadioActive Vodcast with Claire Vanpouille-Box

Posted By Administration, Thursday, February 20, 2020

Claire Vanpouille-Box, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at Weill Cornell Medical University. She is a past winner of the RRS Marie Curie Award, at which time she was studying radiotherapy on breast cancer tumor models in the Sandra Demaria Lab. Dr. Vanpouille-Box discusses her most recent work, much of which is published in Nature. She was recently promoted and plans to focus much of her own lab's work on glial malignancy, particularly on how many fractionations should be done to minimize damage. Dr. Vanpouille-Box also shares how she manages her new promotion along with a growing family and opportunities for support. View Dr. Vanpouille-Box's published works on Nature.com.

Tags:  award  claire  cornell  damage  demaria  family  funding  glial malignancy  marie curie  radiation  support  vanpouille-box  weill 

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RRS Conversations with Nils-Petter Rudqvist

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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Our Stories: Nanotechnology in Pancreatic Cancer with Alexandre Detappe

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, August 15, 2017
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