Medical School

Hematology, Oncology and Transplantation

Department of Medicine

Hematology, Oncology and Transplantation

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Division Chief

Daniel Weisdorf, MD

Division of Hematology, Oncology
and Transplantation

Adult Blood and Marrow
Transplantation Program

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Carol Lange, PhD is the recipient of the Fall 2014 Ada Comstock Distinguished Women Scholars Award Lecture. This prestigious award/lecture was established to honor the scholarly accomplishments and leadership of distinguished women faculty at the University of Minnesota and to offer a forum for them to share their insights and ideas with a campus and community audience. Dr. Lange’s impressive record of scientific accomplishments includes numerous awards for her research and mentorship. She has been a pivotal member of the Masonic Cancer Center leadership, serving as a Program Leader for the Cell Signaling Program (formerly the Women’s Cancer Program) since 2009. Her patented studies have furthered the development of diagnostic tests to identify breast cancer patients most likely to benefit from anti-progestin drugs. Dr. Lange’s lecture will present an overview of her latest research on women’s hormones and breast cancer, in particular how estrogen and progesterone receptors act differently in breast cancer cells versus how they act in normal breast tissue and how this information can be used to develop improved treatments for breast cancer. Please join us for the Fall 2014 lecture featuring Dr. Lange, Monday, October 27, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. in the Cowles Auditorium, Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Posted September 10, 2014.

Congratulations to Carol Lange, Ph.D., Cell Biology Program leader, who was one of 15 researchers to receive a two-year, $100,000 grant from the Mary Kay Ash Foundation for her project “PTK6 drives metastasis in therapy-resistant triple negative breast cancer." Read more. Posted September 3, 2014.

Manish Patel, DO was selected as a 2014 Research Fellow by A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation. As a Research Fellow, Dr. Patel will be awarded $150,000 over the next two years to support his research on the use of oncolytic viral therapy for lung cancer. This award, the first ever offered by A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation, is meant to support promising clinical investigators working to find effective new treatments and an eventual cure for lung cancer. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Patel on this impressive achievement. Posted August 8, 2014.

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