The Johnson Cancer Research Center’s multidisciplinary faculty researchers and students are working to unravel the complexities of cancer. With the support of a devoted advisory council and many generous donors, we are taking a leading role in conquering cancers in our time.
To further the understanding of cancers by funding basic cancer research, and supporting higher education, training, and public outreach
To advance cancer-related research and education
To provide grants, scholarships and fellowships
To enrich the student experience
To educate the public about cancer, risk reduction and research
Accepting a Challenge: 2012 Annual Report
This student organization serves as ambassadors, volunteers and fundraisers for our center.
As director of the Johnson Cancer Research Center, I offer my most heartfelt thanks to all of you who support the center. Your gifts allow us to carry on Terry Johnson’s vision of making the most of the impressive, multidisciplinary resources at K-State to fight cancer.
Names, positions, and contact information for the center’s staff
The advisory council was established in 1980 to provide guidance from the medical, corporate, and private sectors.
Terry C. Johnson, founding director of the cancer research center, was born and raised in Minnesota. He received his B.S. at Hamline University, and his M.S. and Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota.
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