Cancer Faculty Fellows

Dartmouth Cancer Center expands program that provides protected research time for clinician-scientists

Dartmouth Health has renewed its successful Cancer Faculty Fellows program. More than $1M annually to be distributed to selected oncology clinicians will allow them up to 2 days a week for dedicated cancer research.

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Treating Deadly Breast Cancer with a Plant Virus-based Immunotherapy

Newly patented plant virus-based immunotherapy could bring new options for inflammatory breast cancer patients.

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Precision Cancer Prevention at Dartmouth Cancer Center

Hear from an expert medical panel about groundbreaking developments happening around precision prevention and cancer care at Dartmouth Cancer Center.

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Dartmouth Cancer Center immunotherapy lab

Next-Generation Immunotherapy at Dartmouth Cancer Center

For 50 years, doctors and scientists at Dartmouth Cancer Center have been expanding the boundaries of cancer care, including breakthroughs in immunotherapy, that use the body’s own immune system to combat cancer.

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Participants at the 40th annual Prouty

Where Do Prouty Donations Go? The 40th Annual Prouty in Action

The record-breaking $4M raised by the 40th annual Prouty helps cancer researchers break ground on what will become the latest scientific advancements in cancer.

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Charles Sentman, PhD

Dartmouth, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Launch Major Cancer Research Institute

Landmark $25 million lead gift for $50 million campaign.

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New Detailed Immune-profiling Method Uses Only DNA from Blood

A new immune-profiling method could support personalized prediction of outcomes in immunotherapy patients.

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Arief A. Suriawinata, MD and Saeed Hassanpour, PhD

Artificial Intelligence for Colorectal Cancer Detection Proves Useful in the Clinic

A biomedical informatics team at Norris Cotton Cancer Center has developed AI for colorectal polyp classification that a recent clinical trial showed is useful to practicing pathologists.

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Brian Pogue, PhD

NCCC Researcher Elected to National Academy of Inventors

Translational Engineering in Cancer researcher Brian W. Pogue, PhD, has been named as a 2021 fellow of the National Academy of Inventors for his work in biomedical imaging.

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Audrey H. Calderwood, MD, MS

D-H Research Team Approved for $32.7 Million for Study on Colorectal Cancer Screening in Older Adults

A research team led by Audrey H. Calderwood, MD, MS has been approved for a $32.7 million funding award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute for a large study on colonoscopy vs. stool-based testing for older adults.

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