The Hormel Institute's Dr. Rebecca Morris publishes discovery in leading journal Nature Communications
Robert Turesky, PhD, Professor of Medicinal Chemistry in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota, has been appointed as the Masonic Chair in Cancer Causation.
A new study looking at the impact of ginger extract on the gut bacteria in people who have had a colonoscopy and had polyps removed is open in Mankato, Minnesota. This cancer prevention study, brought to Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato through the Minnesota Cancer Clinical Trials Network (MNCCTN), is now open to eligible participants.
A new study looking at the impact of ginger extract on the gut bacteria in people who have had a colonoscopy and had polyps removed is open in Monticello, Minnesota. This cancer prevention study, brought to the Monticello Cancer Center through the Minnesota Cancer Clinical Trials Network (MNCCTN) and the Metro-Minnesota Community Oncology Research Consortium, is now open to eligible participants.
Washington D.C.—Natalia Tretyakova, PhD, of the University of Minnesota’s College of Pharmacy, College of Science and Engineering, and the Masonic Cancer Center, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Election as a AAAS Fellow is an honor bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers.
Dr. Ted Hinchcliffe's research featured by Department of Defense program
The Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota will be well represented at the 2018 ASH Annual Meeting in San Diego.
The meeting, which takes place December 1-4, 2018 in San Diego, will feature a baker's dozen presentations of Masonic Cancer Center members and representatives from their labs. Groundbreaking research in supportive care of blood and marrow transplantation and sickle cell disease are the top themes of the research presented by our investigators.