Professor Donna Zhang and her team showed that brusatol, together with chemotherapy treatment, can combat chemoresistance, increase cell death, reduce cell proliferation and reduce tumor growth.
Amanda Baker, PharmD, PhD, an Arizona College of Pharmacy graduate of the Class of 2000, chose to train as a pharmacist for an unusual reason: to conduct translational drug development research at the Arizona Cancer Center.
Plan to attend an informative presentation on the needs of family and friends caring for cancer patients Wednesday, Feb. 2 at noon at Kiewit Auditorium, Arizona Cancer Center.
This innovative surgical technique avoids the need for facial incisions or a craniotomy, so complications are decreased, recovery is faster and patients are spared unsightly incisions.
Melba Jaramillo, PhD, a recent graduate of the Cancer Biology Graduate Interdisciplinary Program, is working on a promising blood cancer treatment, and at the same time is a role model for her family and the community. Read the Sierra Vista Herald story Woman earns PhD, becoming an inspiration for many.