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December 21-28, 2015

A Banner Year for Winship

Winship Cancer Institute celebrates 2015 as a banner year during which the cancer center gained national recognition for patient care and for its basic and clinical research initiatives.
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Winship and VA Investigators Launch Kidney Cancer Study
Researchers, including principal investigator John A. Petros, MD, are launching a study to determine if two novel tests developed at Emory can help find kidney cancer at earlier, more treatable, stages. The study is made possible by a $650,000 federal grant awarded through a U.S. Veterans Administration Merit Award.
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Winship Researchers Receive Major NCI Grant
Adam Marcus, PhD, Wei Zhou, PhD and Melissa Gilbert-Ross, PhD are the three principle investigators of a new lung cancer grant from the National Cancer Institute totaling $2.5 million. The five-year award will allow the investigators to continue their work on targeted therapies for patients with LKB1-deficient lung adenocarcinoma.
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Holiday Decorations at Winship

During the Holidays, the staff in Winship's Infusion Center and Phase I Unit hold a Christmas tree decorating contest between the clinical bays. Here's this year's winner, dedicated to peace in Paris.
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Nurse of the Year
The Georgia Chapter of the March of Dimes has recognized three Emory Healthcare nurses with 2015 Nurse of the Year Awards, including oncology nurse Janese Gaddis, RN, MSN, OCN.
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Call for Abstracts
Register for the 4th Annual Symposium on Global Cancer Research, April 8 in San Francisco. The deadline to submit abstracts is February 29.
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Dec. 21 - Special Holiday Musical Performance
Richard Siegmann (piano) and Valerie Miller (flute)

Dec. 23 - No Grand Rounds
Winship Grand Rounds will resume in January.

Dec. 23 - Special Holiday Musical Performance
Carl G. Peters (alto saxophone)

Dec. 25 - No Elkin Lecture
Elkin Lectures will resume in January.

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