The UCCCC communications team provides timely and interesting stories about research, scientists, and patients at UChicago Medicine. Through a variety of publications and communications — print and electronic — the communications team shares new developments and important information in cancer causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
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The Summer issue of Pathways highlights UChicago's role as a hub for a new national cancer clinical trials network, innovative approaches to the deadliest form of brain cancer, a new entity that helps researchers turn innovative ideas into commercial applications, and much more.
Summer 2014 Pathways to Discovery (PDF)
Rubin appointed the new chief of the Section of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition, Lingen delivered a lectureship in Turkey, Clark elected to the Association of American Physicians, Meltzer won a mentoring award, and much more.
Member News — June 2014 (PDF)
The UChicago Cancer Conversations blog serves as a home for community dialogue around cancer care, treatment, and research. UCCCC experts offer their unique perspectives on cancer trends, innovative patient treatments, and scientific discoveries.
Cancer Genetics Pioneer Janet Rowley, MD, DSc, 1925-2013
Press release — December 17, 2013
At the UCCCC, our job is to provide hope. There are many ways we do that. It can be the use of our advanced treatment methods or relying on the expertise of our world-class researchers for the latest breakthroughs. But most of all, it is about providing the best in patient care. Watch our videos to learn what sets us apart.
Personalized medicine remains the driving force for UCCCC research. Our annual report details many of the significant accomplishments that reflect our mission to translate basic and clinical research into individualized cancer care.
2012-2013 UCCCC Annual Report (PDF)
Our 2012-2013 Scientific Report highlights the UCCCC's initiatives to drive personalized therapies, accelerate population research efforts, enhance cancer clinical trials, and impove cancer education. The report also highlights faculty research accomplishments.
2012-2013 Scientific Report (PDF)