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April 4, 2016

Winship Launches Research Informatics Shared Resource

Winship investigators have a new shared resource to support their work. The Winship Research Informatics shared resource provides an array of data management, analysis, and consultation services. Pictured: Winship Research Informatics director Madhusmita Behera, PhD and scientific director Christopher Flowers, MD.
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Torres Speaks on Radiation Toxicity
Winship radiation oncologist Mylin Torres, MD, director of the Glenn Family Breast Center, spoke about radiation toxicity at the Breast Cancer Coordinated Care conference, March 31-April 2 in Washington, D.C. Emory surgeon Albert Losken, MD also spoke during a session on breast conservation strategies prior to radiation. Pictured: Drs. Torres and Losken.
Sharpen Your Proposal Writing Skills
Emory University will offer three writing workshops for those who design and submit NSF, NIH and DoD proposals. The events will be held in Few Hall on May 4, 5 and 6 from 8:30am to 4:30pm. The registration fee for each session is $375. Discounts are available for groups and those who register for more than one workshop.
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Honoring Our Doctors
More than a dozen Winship physicians were among those recognized by the Emory University School of Medicine in honor of Doctors' Day, March 30. Physicians were nominated by their peers for their dedication to patients and the community through the care they provide, the research they conduct, and their efforts to teach and inspire young doctors.
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Survey Reminder for Healthy Winship
Healthy Winship monthly talks help educate faculty, staff, patients, and caregivers about cancer prevention, early detection, and treatment advancements. Take this short survey to help Winship plan future talks that you would be interested in attending. The survey closes April 15.
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Building Bridges

Construction is underway on the new pedestrian bridge that will connect Winship Building C to the hospital expansion in front of Building B. Starting next year, the elevated bridge will allow patients to exit Winship on the first floor next to the new lab draw facility. As a reminder, all weekend visitors/patients should arrive on Uppergate Drive and use the complimentary valet service.


Apr. 4 - Cancer Biology Graduate Program Seminar Series
Brian Petrich, PhD - "Models to study 'inside-out' integrin signaling in vivo"

Apr. 5 - Biology Seminar
Kenneth Moberg, PhD - "Of yeast, flies, mice and men: Neuronal Roles of an RNA Binding Protein Involved in Intellectual Disability"

Apr. 6 - Grand Rounds
Vinita Singh, MD - "Interventional Techniques for Cancer Pain Management"

Apr. 6 - Winship Group Walk for National Walking Day
Meet in front of Winship Building C at 10am

Apr. 6 - Radiation Oncology Resident Seminar
Jim Zhong, MD - "The Use of Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging in High Grade Gliomas"

Apr. 7 - Cancer Cell Biology (CCB) Program Meeting
Ichiro Nakano, MD, PhD - "Population Dynamics of Heterogeneous Cells within a Tumor: Lessons from Glioma Biology"

Apr. 7 - Prostate and GU Cancer Research Group Meeting
Christopher Filson, MD, MS - "Contemporary utilization of multi parametric MRI-guided prostate biopsy: impact on treatment patterns and health care costs"

Apr. 8 - Elkin Lecture
Chung S. Yang, PhD - "Prevention of Cancer and Other Chronic Diseases by Tea"

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