Bob Riter

Why do engineers study cancer?

Posted April 13th, 2017

You probably know that cancer research is routinely done by biologists, but you might be surprised to learn that engineers increasingly contribute to our understanding and treatment of this disease. Here are some examples: Cancer cells migrate through the body to take root in distant organs. These cells have to survive the “flowing river” of […]

Webinar: Clinical Trials 101

Posted November 17th, 2016

Clinical trials are critical to improving outcomes in cancer care. There are clinical research trials for most types of cancer, and every stage of the disease. Clinical trials are designed to determine the value of specific treatments and help us find better ways of treating the disease. This webinar will help you understand the basics […]

Rodney Warner

Show Me the Money: Fundraising is Easier Than You Think

Posted September 3rd, 2014

Cancer kills about 1,500 Americans each day and about 1.6 million Americans are diagnosed with the disease each year.

I wish u knew

I wish u knew… Importance of funding cancer research

Posted December 17th, 2012

Ms. Bruning talks about working in development for a cancer center and how this translates to hope in cancer care.

I wish u knew

I wish u knew… the role of cancer biology and genetics in cancer

Posted December 13th, 2012

Dr. Rebbeck talks about the role of cancer biology and genetics in cancer research and applying that to clinical care.

Grain of Salt

Posted October 30th, 2012

Who does all the research about what foods you should and shouldn’t eat to avoid cancer? I’ve often questioned how accurate all this nonsense is.