Category Archive: Childhood Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium

Sep 22 2015

Vs. Cancer and CBTTC a Winning Team for Childhood Brain Tumor Research

From pitchers and catchers to fast base runners and big hitters, baseball rosters need a diverse range of skills, but to achieve victory, individual players need to work together. Such dedication to collaboration also is a winning game plan when patients, clinicians, researchers, and donors team up to accelerate the study of childhood brain tumors.

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Dec 03 2013

Surgeon and Brain Tumor Researcher Named Chief of Neurosurgery

Phillip B. “Jay” Storm, MD, has been appointed to the leadership position of chief of the Division of Neurosurgery at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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Feb 26 2013

Using Next-Generation Sequencing to Understand and Treat Disease

How time flies! It seems almost impossible that the many events of 2003 are now almost ten years in the past. It’s also hard to believe that the completion of the Human Genome Project, a government-led initiative involving researchers from all around the world, was nearly a decade ago.

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