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Skin Cancer/Melanoma


UC Researcher Lights Up Over New Equipment to Study Melanoma

UC Researcher Lights Up Over New Equipment to Study Melanoma A new solar UV simulator recently installed in dermatology laboratory in theDepartment of Dermatology at the UC College of Medicine


3 Cancer and Cell Biology Grad Students Receive Federal F31 Research Awards

Three graduate students in the UC College of Medicine's Cancer and Cell BiologyGraduate Program have received F31 awards from the NIH.


HEALTH LINE: Melanoma Expert Discusses Dangers of Indoor Tanning

As spring break plans are being finalized, many people are heading for thetanning salons to get that beach-ready glow. However, Jeffrey Sussman, MD, saysto think twice.


Retreat Brings Cancer Researchers, Clinicians Together for Collaboration

To foster collaboration among researchers and physicians with the goal ofimproving cancer outcomes, the Cancer Biology and Hematology Oncology JointRetreat was held Nov. 14.


Experts Discuss Effects of Cancer on Memory and Thinking at Free Symposium

The UC Cancer and Neuroscience Institutes are holding a free seminar Saturday,Sept. 12, to educate on the effect of cancer therapy on memory loss andcritical thinking.


$160,000 in Cancer Research Pilot Grants Awarded to Promote Collaboration

The UC Cancer Institute has awarded four $40,000 research pilot grants to aidin the interaction and collaboration between basic scientific and clinicalinvestigators.


Cancer Retreat Awards Two Teams With $50,000 Grants

Two $50,000 grants were awarded as a result of the 2015 half-day cancerresearch retreat Tuesday, July 14.


Essentials of Cancer Survivorship Workshop Being Held Aug. 14-15

This workshop, being held as part of the Midwest Consortium for CancerSurvivorship Education and Research, will focus on the current status of cancersurvivorship in the U.S.