Fred Hutch Pancreatic cancer researcher Dr. Sunil Hingorani has won a three-year, $1.8 million grant from the federal Cancer Moonshot program, the signature initiative of former Vice President Joseph Biden. Hingorani is one of six collaborators nationwide who received funding this fall for a new research consortium focused on the biological context of pancreatic tumors — such as nearby immune cells or blood vessels — which can have a major impact on a tumor’s vulnerability to treatment.
Dr. Nancy Davidson, former VP Joe Biden and other cancer leaders share insights about disease that touches so many; Novel ‘barcode’ tracking of T cells in immunotherapy patients identifies likely cancer killers; and Fred Hutch/UW graduate student Qing Feng among this year’s 13 Weintraub award winners.
University of Pennsylvania panel aptly dubbed ‘A Formidable Foe: Cancer in the 21st Century’
March 2, 2017
On Feb. 28, Dr. Nancy Davidson, senior vice president and director of the Clinical Research Division at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, participated in a panel discussion about cancer with former Vice President Joe Biden, among others, at the University of Pennsylvania. Biden will soon lead the university’s Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.
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