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MSK Heroes

Meet Ora Rosen, Who Solved Insulin’s Secrets and Galvanized Molecular Biology

In honor of Women's History Month, meet the scientific hero who helped build MSK's molecular biology program.

Ora Rosen

MSK Heroes

Scientist Turned Activist: How Mathilde Krim Made an Impact on the AIDS Epidemic

In honor of Women's History Month, meet the scientific hero who helped raise money and awareness for AIDS research.

Mathilde Krim

In The Lab

Starving Cancer Stem Cells Could Be the Trick to Treating Glioblastoma, Study Finds

MSK researchers have identified a compound that kills glioblastoma cells using a mechanism that’s completely different from earlier treatments.

Enhanced MRI of a glioblastoma

Finding

Research Uncovers the Genetic Causes of Aggressive Leukemia in Children

Researchers have found that the genetic changes that cause pediatric leukemia are different from those that lead to leukemia in adults.

Alex Kentsis in his lab

In The Clinic

There’s an App for That: When the Meaning of a BRCA Mutation Isn’t Clear-Cut

A new project called the BRCA Exchange is sharing data about BRCA mutations and what they actually mean for cancer risk.

Image of a mobile phone with a strand of DNA

Feature

Remembering Jerard Hurwitz, a Giant of Molecular Biology

MSK colleagues pay tribute to molecular biologist Jerard Hurwitz’s scientific accomplishments and passion for discovery.

Memorial Sloan Kettering molecular biologist Jerard Hurwitz

Feature

Remembering John Mendelsohn, a Pioneer of Targeted Therapy for Cancer

The scientific world lost one of its greats this week. Here, we reflect on his influence.

John Mendelsohn

In the Lab

Drugs That Stall — But Don’t Kill — Cancer Cells Are an Untapped Resource, Study Suggests

A drug combination that halts tumor cell division can stir the immune system into taking action.

electron micrograph of a natural killer cell

In the Lab

MSK Scientists Fine-Tune CAR T Cells to Improve Their Performance

The updated versions can survive longer in the body while still packing a punch against cancer.

Illustration of mechanical arms altering a cell