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Javier Ganz Oct 8
Honored, proud and thrilled about being among the awarded researchers . Congrats to my colleagues and thanks for the support, lets together advance science!
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Anh Tran Oct 7
It is official! I am now a proud awardee of the 2019 Basic Research Fellowship. Big thanks to my mentor Dr. whose support is invaluable to my success.
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BADRlab Sep 4
So nice to be here for yet another excellent meeting
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Anh Tran Sep 6
Who are behind the decision making for patient care? A demonstration of a board meeting at 2019 National Conference with Drs. Timothy Cloughesy, , Amy Heimberger and .
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Justin Lathia, PhD Sep 5
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BADRlab Sep 6
It takes a village...in that case highly trained multidisciplinary team of physicians to diagnose and treat a brain tumor. Excellent brain tumor board discussion ⁦⁩ 2019 national conference
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Justin Lathia, PhD Sep 8
Glad to hear - we will have to consider this as motivation for the 2020 meeting to get more of our colleagues to join!
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American Brain Tumor Association Sep 4
The next generation of brain tumor researchers may put us out of business, and that’s a GOOD thing. They’re gathering right now during the ABTA Alumni Research Network (AARN) Meeting to learn from mentors, share knowledge and network.
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Nicole Willmarth Sep 5
Intriguing talks by Amy Heimberger and Richard Gilbertson at the AARN meeting today!
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Anh Tran Sep 6
- Next gen sequencing improves diagnosis and patient care, and should be done routinely. - Methylation fingerprinting helps classification of difficult tumors. My mentor Dr. @CraigHorbinsk talk about molecular pathology at alumni meeting.
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BADRlab Sep 6
Looking forward to discussing our research on glioblastoma to brain tumor patients and caregivers ⁦⁩ national conference 2019 ⁩ ⁦
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American Brain Tumor Association Oct 7
More than $1.1M towards 18 research projects across all types and ages = 18 reasons to hope for a new discovery to advance brain tumor science. Thank you for your support. Learn more:
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American Brain Tumor Association Sep 5
A career in brain tumor research can be challenging and rewarding. We’re providing junior and senior researchers with specific breakout sessions to meet their career needs during the Meeting. Learn more about the AARN:
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Justin Lathia, PhD Sep 5
Great to hear present his platform at the meeting. Grateful for your efforts to help the and brain tumor research community!
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Anh Tran Sep 6
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