It seems people are always struggling to lose weight, probably a result of the multitude of factors that can derail even the strongest of individuals’… Read More »Secret of weight loss may be primary care physician encouragement
Paul Sirajuddin is a postdoctoral fellow in radiation oncology, a writer and a photographer. When he isn’t zapping cells or shooting photos, he’s writing about science.
What makes someone a leader? Is it an individual who makes the important decisions in a group setting? Or is it someone who is able… Read More »Johns Hopkins Postdocs Receive Crash Course in Leadership
Imagine a scenario where a patient comes into the clinic with a suspected cancer. The clinician not only confirms that the patient does indeed have… Read More »Clinical trial to target cancer drugs to gene mutations for individualized therapy
At the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting this past April, Donald Coffey, Ph.D., was honored with the ninth annual Margaret Foti Award… Read More »Johns Hopkins’ Dr. Donald Coffey Honored for Cancer Research, Mentoring
Imagine halls filled with chatter about obscure proteins that could one day be used to identify cancers, idiosyncratic assays to measure single RNA molecules in… Read More »Postdoc Retreat Features Johns Hopkins Research, Professional Development
“Her name was Melissa,” Dr. Bert Vogelstein recounts to the packed auditorium. He’s talking about his first patient as a pediatric resident at Johns Hopkins… Read More »New Cancer Documentary Sheds Light on Treatment Advances, Patient Lives
What do faulty brakes on a car and cancer cells have in common? For one, cancer cells have found ways to evade checkpoints that the… Read More »Cancer Immunotherapy: The Next Breakthrough Gains Footing