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Review article “Challenges and Opportunities for Childhood Cancer Drug Development” co-authored by Drs Kurmasheva and Houghton

The review article “Challenges and Opportunities for Childhood Cancer Drug Development” co-authored by Raushan Kurmasheva, Ph.D. and Peter Houghton, Ph.D. has just been published.

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WEBINAR: Childhood Cancer Survivorship, Transitioning to Adulthood

REPOST from September 25th webinar originally broadcasted, September 25th, 2019 Childhood cancer advocates, families, researchers, and survivors are invited to join us for this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month event. We’ll have a robust discussion about the challenges facing childhood cancer survivors as they transition out of pediatric care and into young adulthood. SPEAKERS: Gregory Aune, […]

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September is Women in Medicine Month

  As part of the American Medical Association (AMA) “Women in Medicine Month”, we at the Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute – UT Health San Antonio would like to take a moment and celebrate the female faculty who have dedicated their careers to childhood cancer.     Christine Aguilar, MD, MPH, Faculty Associate, Greehey Children’s […]

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Raushan Kurmasheva, Ph.D. to Receive Children’s Cancer Research Fund’s “Emerging Scientist Award.”

“Dr. Kurmasheva and her team have received the Emerging Scientist Award by CCRF to uncover the mechanism(s) of the interaction of the two major DNA repair pathways, and discover modulators of their interface with the goal of developing a novel therapy for Ewing sarcoma.”   For more information about the CCRF and this award, CLICK […]

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UT Health scientist continues study of children’s cancer using new grant to predict drug responses from genomic data

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Introducing Dr. Gregory Aune, Editor, Knowledge Translation: Childhood Cancer Survivorship

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What Factors are Associated with Hearing Loss in Childhood Cancer Survivors Treated with Platinum Agents?

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Benign Tumors with a Not-so-benign Impact: Meningiomas in Childhood Cancer Survivors

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Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivors at High Risk of Second Cancers

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First Live Births Less Common in Cancer Survivors

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