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.
51 undergraduate students selected to join university's cancer research teamsDec. 2, 2013 - The Johnson Cancer Research Center at Kansas State University is giving 51 undergraduate students the chance to conduct cancer research projects. Read more (story in Dodge City Globe)
Animal, human health benefits anticipated from university's premier biomedical instrument
Nov. 12, 2013 - A K-State team recently received a nearly $1.3 million grant from the National Science Foundation for a biomedical instrument that is anticipated to help with breakthroughs in animal and human health as well as cancer treatment. Read more
Johnson Center supports student, faculty cancer research for 33 years
The Collegian, Oct. 31, 2013 - The Johnson Cancer Research Center hasn’t always been located in the heart of campus or had students and faculty vying for scholarships and research money. Terry C. Johnson had a vision in 1980 to bring cancer research to K-State, and with the help of Rob Denell, current center director, there are now 80 affiliated faculty researchers and $500,000 a year supporting cancer research. Read more