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Children’s Research Hospital: a leader in the research & treatment of pediatric cancers & childhood diseases.
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After decades with no new therapies, pivotal new research into the brain tumor DIPG fuels possibilities for more effective options.
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St. Jude Research Jun 24
When a child is seriously ill it affects the family, including siblings. An annual event hosted by Child Life staff, Sibling Star Day honors patients’ brothers and sisters for contributions to their siblings’ care at St. Jude.
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St. Jude Research Jun 24
Reducing long-term effects of Hodgkin lymphoma treatment:
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St. Jude Research Jun 23
Follow stjuderesearch across social media to discover St. Jude science and medicine.
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St. Jude Research Jun 22
St. Jude ranks among best pediatric cancer hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.
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St. Jude Research Jun 21
From grad school faculty to grad students, we put the cell in science selfie. 🤳
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St. Jude Research Jun 21
Congratulations to our first class of MS in Biomedical Sciences degree recipients.
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St. Jude Research Jun 21
Student of the Year, Allison Kirk, addresses the audience.
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St. Jude Research Jun 21
“If my dad accomplished what he did with one year of school, imagine what you can do. I can’t wait.”
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St. Jude Research Jun 21
“The work that’s being done here is rooted in the bedrock of hard science. That’s why this grad school was started.” -
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St. Jude Research Jun 21
“There are more than 7,000 diseases that aren’t yet cured. I’m predicting that some of these students here are going to put those diseases on the cured list.” -Dr. James Hildreth Board of Trustees chair
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St. Jude Research Jun 21
Our Masters in Science commencement has begun. The inaugural class, that started in July 2017, will now work toward their PhDs for approximately 3 more years.
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St. Jude Research Jun 21
The inaugural class of 11 grad students receive MS degrees in Biomedical Sciences today. It’s the 1st time we’re awarding degrees. Watch commencement in about an hour: .
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Jessica Halem Jun 21
Here with some of the PRIDE employee resource group who are working hard on behalf of LGBTQ+ patients, families, and staff. We spent the day talking about creating a culture of inclusion with everyone from senior vice presidents to nurses to students. Onward!
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Emilia Modolo Pinto Jun 20
Sir David Lane, molecular biologist that discovery p53 at St. Jude
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St. Jude Research Jun 20
Collaboration is the key to fighting childhood cancer worldwide.
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Nicole Alberts, PhD Jun 20
A great overview provided by (on behalf of Dr. Kevin Krull) re: Psychology Working Group activities at the CCSS Investigator’s Meeting. Strong representation from multiple countries! 🌎
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St. Jude Research Jun 19
Sickle cell anemia—the most common type of sickle cell disease—is also known as Hemoglobin SS disease. Learn more:
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St. Jude Research Jun 19
Gene therapy treats genetic diseases by giving patients a healthy version of a defective gene. Discover how we’re developing gene therapy approaches for patients with hemophilia, sickle cell, SCID and other conditions.
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St. Jude Research Jun 19
We’ve developed a data portal to fuel collaboration and advance understanding of the genomic landscape of sickle cell disease. Explore our portal within :
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