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The Chromatin Remodeling Component Arid1a Is a Suppressor of Spontaneous Mammary Tumors in Mice.
SCHIMENTI LAB | Genetics. Aug 2016

The oncogenic transcription factor c-Jun regulates glutaminase expression and sensitizes cells to glutaminase-targeted therapy.
CERIONE LAB | Nat. Commun. April 2016

A SIRT2-Selective Inhibitor Promotes c-Myc Oncoprotein Degradation and Exhibits Broad Anticancer Activity.
WEISS LAB AND COLLABORATORS | Cancer Cell. March 2016

Comprehensive genomic characterization of five canine lymphoid tumor cell lines.
RICHARDS LAB AND COLLABORATORS | BMC Vet Res. September 2016

HUS1 regulates in vivo responses to genotoxic chemotherapies.
WEISS LAB | Oncogene. February 2016

 

Announcements:
Cancer Research at Cornell highlighted in SCOPES

 

Cornell University partnership with the
Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes

Patient Experience Presentations
5:30-7pm, Morrison Hall 348

September 14: "What Cancer Patients Want Researchers to Know"

October 12: "When Cancer Runs in the Family: The Role of Genetic Testing in Hereditary Cancers" presented by Claire Anderson, Genetic Counselor at Ferre Institute

November 9: "Can Exercise Reduce the Risk of Cancer?" presented by Ithaca College Physical Therapy students

December 14: "Tumors are more complicated than we thought: Can chemotherapy evolve with our evolving understanding of tumor biology?" presented by Nithya Kartha

 

Read the latest blogs on cancer biology written by Cornell Trainees

 

Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes Collaborates with Cornell University
The Ithaca Voice

Cornell Cancer Researchers Listen To Patients' Stories
Cornell Chronicle

Comparative Cancer Biology Training Program Awarded Cornell University Town-gown Award For Collaboration with the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes
Cornell Chronicle

 

 
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Cornell researchers participate in Ithaca Cancer Moonshot Summit
Cornell Chronicle

Cornell faculty featured in JAMA article on canine clinical trials for new cancer therapies

Rick Cerione awarded NIH grant to study signaling proteins in brain cancer
Cornell Chronicle

Cornell awarded major center grant on cancer metabolism
Cornell Chronicle

Cornell scientists report on inhibition of the enzyme SIRT2 as an effective strategy for cancer therapy
Cornell Chronicle

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calendars

Friday, August 26, 12:15pm,
Boyce Thompson Institute Auditorium
Seminars in Infection & Immunity (VETMI 7120)
Michael J. Metzger, PhD
Postdoctoral Associate, Goff Lab
Columbia University

Jumping Genes and Jumping Cancers

Monday, October 17, 12:00pm, Stocking Hall Auditorium
DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN CANCER BIOLOGY
Frank McCormick, PhD, FRS, DSc (Hon)
David A. Wood Distinguished Professorship of Tumor Biology and Cancer Research
University of California, San Francisco Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center

Ras as a Cancer Target

Tuesday, November 1, 12pm
Baker Institute, Thaw Lecture Hall

Baker Institute Seminar Series
Kristy Richards, PhD, MD
Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences
Cornell University

Barking Up the Right Tree - New Stratigies to Treat Lymphoma

Tuesday, November 8, 4pm
Boyce Thompson Institute Audtorium

Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series
co-sponsored by the Stem Cell Program
Elaine Lynette Wilson, PhD
Professor of Cell Biology
New York University School of Medicine

Prostate Stem Cell Genes: Prognosis, Biology and Carcinogenesis

Friday, November 18, 8am
Vet Research Tower, Lecture Hall 3

Tumor Board - 2016/2017
Erica Behling-Kelly, DVM, PhD
Assistant Professor of Clincal Pathology,
Dept of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
The One-eyed, One-legged Dog With 4 Tumors

Monday, November 21, 12pm
Baker Institute, Thaw Lecture Hall

Baker Institute Seminar Series
Lisa Arendt, DVM, PhD
Assistant Professor of Comparative Biosciences
School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Title TBD

Friday, December 16, 8am
Vet Research Tower, Lecture Hall 3

Tumor Board - 2016/2017
Gerlinde Van de Walle, DVM, PhD
Assistant Professor of Viral Pathogenesis
Baker Institute for Animal Health
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

What to Learn From Cancer-resistent Species

Friday, January 20, 8am
Vet Research Tower, Lecture Hall 3

Tumor Board - 2016/2017
Angela McCleary-Wheeler, DVM, PhD, DACVIM
Assistant Professor, Section of Oncology
Dept of Clinical Sciences
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

Oncology Emergencies

Friday, February 17, 8am
Vet Medical Center, C2-585

Tumor Board - 2016/2017
Elizabeth Berliner, DVM, MA, DABVP
Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor, Director of Shelter Medicine Program
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

Oncology in Shelter Medicine

Friday, March 17, 8am
Vet Medical Center, C2-585
Tumor Board - 2016/2017
Jimmy Tran, BVSc, DACVP
Cornell Clincal Fellow
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Title TBD

Friday, April 14, 8am
Vet Research Tower, Lecture Hall 3

Tumor Board - 2016/2017
Joseph Wakshlag, DVM, PhD, DACVN, DACVSMR
Associate Professor, Section of Clincial Nutrition
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Nutrition related topic

Friday, May 19, 8am
Vet Research Tower, Lecture Hall 3

Tumor Board - 2016/2017
Ashleigh Newman, VMD, DACVP
Clinical Pathologist, Clincal Pathology
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Endocrinologically Active Tumors

 

 

 
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aboutUSThe Comparative Cancer Biology Program at Cornell University is a new initiative supported by the College of Veterinary Medicine to establish comprehensive interdisciplinary training and facilitate rigorous hypothesis-driven research in comparative cancer biology. The program brings together clinical and basic scientists at the College of Veterinary Medicine and promotes synergistic interactions with other investigators throughout Cornell University. Currently, the program supports the research activities of several graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and veterinary residents through competitive training awards. The program also sponsors a University-wide cancer symposium, College-wide mini-seminar series in cancer biology and an annual retreat.
 
 
 
     
 
 

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