The fight starts here! From nanoparticles and stem cells to antioxidants and drug discovery, Kansas State University faculty are conducting the basic and translational cancer research that leads to improved prevention, diagnostics and treatments, as well as training future scientists.
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June 22, 2016 - The fruit fly may help us be less clueless about human muscle development and Parkinson's disease. Erika Geisbrecht, biochemistry and molecular biophysics, is studying the fruit fly, or Drosophila melanogaster, to understand a gene called clueless, or clu. She and her research team have found a connection between clu and genes that cause Parkinson's disease. read more
Johnson Cancer Research Center provides more than $742,000 for K-State research and training programs
June 13, 2016 - Raelene Wouda's passion for improving cancer treatment starts with our four-legged friends. Wouda, in clinical sciences, is conducting clinical trials to treat cancers in dogs, cats and other companion animals. But Wouda's research benefits humans, too. read more
Tough Enough to Wear Pink Rodeo - Fri., July 22, 8 p.m., Wells Arena in CiCo Park, Manhattan, Kan.
Advisory Council Fall Meeting - Sat., Oct. 1
Rob Regier Memorial Golf Tournament - Fri., Oct. 7, 1 p.m. shotgun start, Colbert Hills Golf Course
K-State Fighting for a Cure Shirt Day - Sat., Oct. 8. NEW SHIRT DESIGN!
Tailgate Party in Cat Town - Sat., Oct. 8, at Cat Town, Bill Snyder Family Stadium south end of west parking lot
George S. Bascom Memorial Lecture on Current Issues in Clinical Medicine - Thu., Nov. 3, Michael E. Hagensee, Professor, Dept. of Medicine, Section of Infectious Disease, Louisiana State University Health Sciences CenterMore info about events