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Invited Presentations and Accomplishments

Presentations

Duane Compton, PhD
Director, Cancer Mechanisms Research Program at Norris Cotton Cancer Center and Professor of Biochemistry at Dartmouth Medical School

  • Presented "Mechanisms of chromosomal instability in human cancer cells" at the Italian Society for Human Genetics, Florence, Italy, October 15, 2010.

Mark A. Israel, MD
Member, Cancer Mechanisms Research Program at Norris Cotton Cancer Center and Professor of Pediatrics and of Genetics at Dartmouth Medical School

  • Moderator, "Modeling tumor recurrence after targeted therapy for PDGFR" at the Association for American Cancer Institute's Annual Meeting, session on: "Mouse Models of Human Cancer: Current Applications and Future Opportunities," Chicago, IL, October 4-5, 2010.

Mathieu Lupien, PhD
Member, Cancer Mechanisms Research Program at Norris Cotton Cancer Center and Assistant Professor of Genetics at Dartmouth Medical School

  • Presented "Genetic risk-variants target foxA1 genomic activity in breast and prostate cancer" at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center Grand Rounds, Lebanon, NH, October 21, 2010.

Mary Jo Mulligan-Kehoe, PhD
Member, Molecular Therapeutics Research Program at Norris Cotton Cancer Center and Associate Professor of Surgery at Dartmouth Medical School

  • Presented "FGF-2 patterning of angiogenic vasa vasorum in hypercholesterolemic LDLR-/- Mice" at the 9th World Congress for Microcirculation, Paris, France, October 2010.

Gregory J. Tsongalis, PhD
Member, Molecular Therapeutics Research Program at Norris Cotton Cancer Center and Professor of Pathology at Dartmouth Medical School

  • Presented "HER2: A model for targeted therapy" at the Oncology Society, Chinese Taipei, October 2010.
  • Presented "HER2: A target in breast and gastric cancers" at the Pathology Society, Seoul, South Korea, October 2010.
  • Presented "HER2 and EGFR: Targets in breast and lung cancer" at the Department of Pathology, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore, October 2010.
  • Presented "HER2: A role in Breast and gastric Cancer" at the 27th HUGO-IABCR Congress, Biopolis, Singapore, October 2010.
Accomplishments

Gregory J. Tsongalis, PhD
Member, Molecular Therapeutics Research Program at Norris Cotton Cancer Center and Professor of Pathology at Dartmouth Medical School

  • Received award for the 2010, International Federation of Clinical Chemistry (IFCC) Award for Significant Contributions to the Field of Molecular Diagnostics, Seoul, South Korea, October 3, 2010.