Johnson Center provides cancer research opportunities to students, faculty
Tuesday February 26, 2013
from the Collegian, K-State’s student newspaper
K-State students, faculty and staff have been working with the Johnson Cancer Research Center for years to research treatments and cures for various types of cancer.
The Johnson Center was founded in 1980 and named for Terry C. Johnson, the first director of the center. It is currently located on the lower level of Chalmers Hall. The Johnson Center works with more than 16 departments at the university, including engineering, veterinary medicine, physics and horticulture. More than 80 faculty members are working on projects associated with cancer research.