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Sheneque Hanse: “I trusted Dr. Melamed and all the nurses and doctors caring for me. I felt like everyone wanted to do everything they could to help me.”
Velocity: Columbia’s Ride to End Cancer supports innovative cancer research and care at the HICCC. Register today and also plan to join virtually on Velocity Day, Oct. 3!
The 2021 Giants of Cancer Care inductees are leading researchers and educators whose discoveries have propelled the field of oncology forward and established the building blocks for future advances.
The Ciccia laboratory has uncovered a novel vulnerability in certain breast and ovarian cancer cells, opening the door to new treatment options.
Surviving cancer has driven Dr. Viny's work to uncover better, more effective cancer therapies. He joins Velocity this year to raise funds for critical cancer research and improve care.
The new $10 million Columbia-Pfizer Clinical Trials Diversity Initiative will aim to reduce health disparities by increasing the participation of underrepresented minorities in clinical trials.
A new partnership with Spelman College, a historically black college for women, connected budding scientists at Spelman with Columbia faculty for a summer of learning and scientific exploration.
Welcome, Dr. Sam Yoon, who joins the Department of Surgery and will head the new Division of Surgical Oncology and serve as vice chair of surgical oncology, research, and education.
The HICCC has awarded the 2021 Early Career Development pilot grants to Drs. Uchenna Unachukwu, Karie Runcie, and Alessandro Vasciaveo for their innovative cancer research.
New grant addresses skin cancer and HPV cancer prevention in Staten Island, where melanoma cases are higher than the rest of New York City and HPV vaccination rates have decreased.