Patient Care

  • WVU Cancer Institute welcomes 2017 summer research fellows

    WVU Cancer Institute welcomes 2017 summer research fellows

    Five undergraduate students have been selected to participate in the Summer Research Fellowship Program this year at the WVU Cancer Institute.  They include Daniel Berrebi, River Hames and Joseph McGuire  of WVU, Emmanuel Chan of UC Berkeley and Stephen Chen of Princeton University. The students receive a $4,000 stipend and are paired with a WVU cancer scientist for a 10-week research project. Berrebi’s mentor is Linda Vona-Davis.  Chan’s mentor is Patrick Ma.  Chen’s mentor is Erik Bey.  Hames’ mentor is Scott Weed.  McGuire’s mentor is Alexey Ivanov. 

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  • Dr. Goldberg honored as DeLynn Chair of Oncology

    Dr. Goldberg honored as DeLynn Chair of Oncology

    There was a packed house in the Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center Atrium last Wednesday where several WVU Medicine and Cancer Institute faculty and staff and others gathered to join the Cancer Institute in honoring Dr. Richard Goldberg as the Laurence S. and Jean J. DeLynn Chair of Oncology.

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  • Little General presents check to Coach Huggins

    Little General Stores, Inc. is once again showing support for the WVU Cancer Institute. Greg Darby And Corey Beasley recently presented WVU Men's Basketball Coach Bob Huggins a $27,500 check to benefit the Norma Mae Huggins Cancer Research Endowment at the WVU Cancer Institute. This endowment supports clinical trials for West Virginia cancer patients.

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  • In The Spotlight

  • World-renowned cancer expert to lead WVU Cancer Institute

    World-renowned cancer expert to lead WVU Cancer Institute

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Richard M. Goldberg, M.D., renowned gastrointestinal cancer expert, has been named the new director of the WVU Cancer Institute.

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  • Gee welcomes new cancer researchers to WVU

    Gee welcomes new cancer researchers to WVU

    Earlier this year when Mary J.C. Hendrix was named president of Shepherd University, she had a critical decision to make: To shut down her research laboratory at Northwestern University or relocate her groundbreaking cancer research closer to Shepherd. The answer came in a unique partnership with West Virginia University, a major R1 research university 150 miles to the west of Shepherd. Thanks to sophisticated Skype technology, Hendrix and her laboratory are able to resume daily research interactions.

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