Three-dimensional, lab-grown cells may one day help doctors zero in on individualized treatments for ovarian cancer.
Posts Tagged ‘cancer’
Mitchell Robins, BBA ’77, and Amy Robins, BS ’78, lost their teenage son to cancer. Today their Seany Foundation helps other young warriors ‘reach for the sky.’
Donated tissue from the brain tumor of 5-year-old Chad Carr provides cancer researchers with critical clues.
U-M ranks No. 12 among world’s top 100 universities; Helen Zell gives unprecedented $50 million to graduate writing program; U-M economists forecast job growth for southeast Michigan; Astronomers detect first evidence of dark matter in the universe; Research trials at U-M personalize cancer treatments; U-M’s I-Corps program aims to commercialize new ventures; Researchers seek to solve the problem of food insecurity.
The legacy of mathematician Alan Turing inspires researchers to create computer models to explore ‘the beauty of us.’