SCIENCE with/in/sight: Cancer Research Futures

a chaotically dividing cell surrounded by liver tissue

A liver cell with a multipolar spindle (green) pulls chromosomes (blue) in many directions. Studying cell division in the liver could provide insight into how this process is exploited or disrupted in cancer. Credit: Kristin Knouse

Please join us for SCIENCE with/in/sight: Cancer Research Futures. Meet the newest investigators at the Koch Institute and explore new frontiers in cancer research. Spotlight presentations will be followed by a panel discussion about the interplay between discovery science and clinical practice. The event will be presented in-person at the Koch Institute and live-streamed on Zoom.

Featured Presenters:

Kristin Knouse, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biology
Regeneration and cancer
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Francisco J. Sánchez-Rivera, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biology
Functional genomics and precision oncology
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Yadira Soto-Feliciano, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biology
Epigenetics and cancer
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Joelle Straehla, MD
Charles W. (1955) and Jennifer C. Johnson Clinical Investigator
Cancer nanomedicine
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