Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research Past Videos

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Video: How Genetic Mutations Influence Cancer Risk and How Hereditary Predisposition Influences Cancer

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How Genetic Mutations Influence Cancer Risk and How Hereditary Predisposition Influences Cancer

Clinical genetics expert Kenneth Offit explains the role of genetic mutations in the development of cancer.

Video: How Molecules and Signals Control Cell Behavior During Normal Embryonic Development and in Tumors

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How Molecules and Signals Control Cell Behavior During Normal Embryonic Development and in Tumors

Scientist Kathryn Anderson explains the role of developmental biology in the formation of tumors.

Video: 2007 Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research: Harold Varmus

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2007 Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research: Harold Varmus

Former Center President Harold Varmus says cancer researchers are focusing on the roles of environmental factors and the immune system.

Video: 2007 Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research:Q & A

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2007 Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research:Q & A

Scientists from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center answer questions about research to better understand the biology of cancer.

Video: How Cancer Cells Hijack Normal Cells to Promote Tumor Growth

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How Cancer Cells Hijack Normal Cells to Promote Tumor Growth

Watch cancer biologist, Johanna Joyce, as she explains how normal cells in the tumor microenvironment can have a positive and a negative influence on cancer progression, depending on the stage of tumor development.

Iestyn Whitehouse, PhD

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Exploring Chromatin: Its Role in the Cell, Its Relationship to Cancer, and How It’s Inherited

Molecular Biologist Iestyn Whitehouse discusses how the structure of chromatin is used to regulate fundamental biological processes.

Danwei Huangfu

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Genome Sequencing & Regenerative Medicine

MSK researcher Danwei Huangfu describes how she’s using genome sequencing and regenerative medicine to better understand cancer.

Pictured: Jennifer Zallen, PhD

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Getting in Shape: New Clues from the Fly Embryo

Developmental biologist Jennifer Zallen discusses the use of live imaging to understand how embryos form their shape during development.

Pictured: Harold Varmus

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Introduction by Memorial Sloan Kettering President Harold Varmus

Dr. Varmus introduces the seminar’s three senior investigators.

Craig Thompson

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Introduction to Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research 2014

MSK’s President and CEO Craig Thompson gives opening remarks at our Major Trends in Modern Cancer Research 2014 student lecture.