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2021 MnDRIVE PhD Graduate Assistantship Program

The University of Minnesota Informatics Institute MnDRIVE Graduate Assistantship program supports UMN PhD candidates pursuing research at the intersection of informatics and any of the

Blood Cancer Awareness: History of Bone Marrow Transplantation

September is Leukemia & Lymphoma Awareness Month. These common cancers are both types of blood cancer. Leukemia affects the blood and bone marrow, while lymphoma affects the lymph nodes.

The Minnesota Cancer Clinical Trials Network to Open First Treatment Trial Across Minnesota

 The Minnesota Cancer Clinical Trials Network (MNCCTN) opened its first treatment trial across the network in Greater Minnesota.

Clinical Trials Day: Data Processing & Management

Clinicals Trials Day is May 20, 2020, and we are celebrating all roles in research teams this week! Today's highlight is Data Management.

Clinical Trials Day: Regulatory

Clinicals Trials Day is May 20, 2020, and we are celebrating all roles in research teams this week! Today's highlight is Regulatory staff.

Clinical Trials Day: Lab & Pharmacy

Clinicals Trials Day is May 20, 2020, and we are celebrating all roles in research teams this week! Today's highlight is Lab & Pharmacy staff.

Clinical Trials Day: Principal Investigators

Clinicals Trials Day is May 20, 2020, and we are celebrating all roles in research teams this week! Today's highlight is Principal Investigators.

Clinical Trials Day: Study Coordinators

Clinicals Trials Day is May 20, 2020, and we are celebrating all roles in research teams this week! Today's highlight is study coordinators.

Melanoma & Skin Cancer Awareness Month: The History & Science Behind Sun Protection

May is both Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. It is estimated that 1 in 5 Americans will get skin cancer in their lifetime.

Testicular Cancer Awareness Month: Chemotherapy and Clinical Trials

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month in the United States. Nearly 10,000 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2020. 1 in 250 men in the United States will get testicular cancer in their lifetime.

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