Member Spotlight: August 2018

Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium of New Orleans at the Stanley S. Scott Cancer Center and Tulane Cancer Center 

Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium

Founded in 2002 under the direction of the Louisiana State Legislature, the Louisiana Cancer Research Center’s mission is to promote education and conduct research in the diagnosis, detection, and treatment of cancer, while pursuing a National Cancer Institute designation.

The center includes more than 200 researchers representing inter- and intradisciplinary activity across the member institutions. Its strengths include molecular genetics and signaling; proteomics; immunology, infection, and inflammation; viral oncology; drug discovery; and minority health and health disparities.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center

Norris Cotton Cancer Center

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center, in Lebanon, New Hampshire, is one of only 49 NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the country. About 250 active research projects are part of the center’s quest to cure cancer, understand its causes, and promote ways to prevent cancer before it starts.

These projects are led by 135 cancer research scientists supported by more than $68 million in grants each year from federal and other sources.

Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center 

Mays Cancer Center

Thanks to a $30 million legacy gift from the Mays Family Foundation and a partnership with the MD Anderson Cancer Center, the newly-renamed Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson now brings the people of San Antonio the combined strengths of UT Health San Antonio and MD Anderson’s expertise in multidisciplinary, research-driven, patient-centered care.

Mays is one of four NCI-Designated Cancer Centers in Texas.

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