Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research Past Videos

Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research Past Videos

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Pictured: Craig Thompson, MD

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Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research 2011: Opening Remarks

Memorial Sloan Kettering President and CEO Craig Thompson welcomes attendees to the sixth annual Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research lecture and introduces the speakers.

Pictured: Craig B. Thompson

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Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research 2012: Discussion with Memorial Sloan Kettering’s President

Memorial Sloan Kettering President and CEO Craig B. Thompson welcomes attendees to the seventh annual Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research lecture for high school students and introduces the speakers.

Pictured: Craig Thompson

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Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research 2013: Introduction with Memorial Sloan Kettering’s President and CEO

Craig Thompson welcomes high school students to the eighth annual Memorial Sloan Kettering Major Trends in Modern Cancer lecture.

Craig Thompson, Danwei Huangfu

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Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research 2014

MSK experts discuss major trends in cancer research, including nanotechnology, DNA sequencing and regenerative medicine, and personalized treatment.

Pictured: Andrea Ventura, MD, PhD

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MicroRNAs in Development and Cancer: A Tale of Mice and Men

Cancer biologist Andrea Ventura explains how his lab uses genetically engineered mouse models to understand how cancer works, why we get cancer, and how his research helps discover new targets for cancer therapy.

Dan Heller

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Nanotechnologies

MSK researcher Daniel Heller describes how he is using nanotechnology to fight cancer.

Pictured: Joan Massagué

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New Methods for Fighting Metastasis

Dr. Massagué explains how scientists and clinicians in Memorial Sloan Kettering laboratories are developing new ways to fight metastasis.

Pictured: David Scheinberg

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New Models for Cancer Drug Discovery and Development

Dr. Scheinberg explains how new therapies are being discovered and developed into effective cancer treatments.

David Solit

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Personalized Treatment

MSK researchers like David Solit are using advances in personalized medicine to select more effective treatments for cancer patients.

Pictured: Jason Huse

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Seeing Order in Chaos: How Molecular Pathology Facilitates the Personalization of Cancer Treatment

Neuropathologist Jason Huse discusses personalized medicine and how studying the molecular pathology of patients’ tumors can lead to new therapies.