The Irell & Manella Graduate School of Biological Sciences trains students in a collaborative and diverse environment to apply their talents and creativity to advance understanding in seeking the cures for diseases.
For medical professionals, City of Hope has a long-standing commitment to continuing medical education, sharing advances in cancer research and treatment with the health-care community through conferences and symposia.
Just as City of Hope offers continuing medical education for physicians, we also offer an innovative series of educational programs for other health professionals such as nurses, radiation therapists, pharmacists and cancer researchers.
Recognized worldwide for its innovative approaches to advancing science, City of Hope offers a number of programs and training that serve postdoctoral trainees, medical professionals and City of Hope staff.
Recognized worldwide for its innovative approaches to advancing science, City of Hope offers a number of hands-on administrative and clinical fellowships and residencies.
Dan Raz, M.D., co-director of the Lung Cancer and Thoracic Oncology Program at City of Hope, has received The V Foundation for Cancer Research’s V Scholar Award, which recognizes rising stars in the cancer field.
For many people, the holidays are a time of joy and celebration. However, for patients with cancer and other serious illnesses — and for survivors — the season can be a time of overwhelming stress. Here are ways that cancer patients can reduce holiday stress.
Alex Tung, an avid surfer and resident of Cerritos, California, will not only mark the New Year on the Rose Parade float, but will also celebrate his new “first birthday.”
That “stuffed” feeling you get after a heavy Thanksgiving meal? It’s usually a sign that unhealthy overeating has occurred. To help reduce your calorie intake this holiday, here, City of Hope dietitians offer a healthier version of a classic Thanksgiving side dish.
While bounty is certainly a reason for gratitude this Thanksgiving, so is good health – and maintaining a healthy weight and exercising have been linked to a lower risk of cancer and diabetes. Consider a healthier alternative but delicious starter from Nathan Lyon, celebrity chef and author of “Great Food Starts Fresh.”
Dept of Surgery ~ Nero-Oncology Tumor Board November 27, 2015
Dept of Surgery: Title - Head and Neck Tumor Board November 27, 2015
Topics in Cancer Genetics Research November 27, 2015
Dept: of Hematology/HCT: Lymphoma Conference November 27, 2015
BRICOH Lung Cancer Research Group Meeting November 27, 2015