St. Jude Progress

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Why are we still studying COVID-19?

Posted by Brian O'Flynn, PhD | Nov 28, 2023

Learn about the driving forces behind ongoing COVID-19 research

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There from the beginning: The evolution of HIV research and care at St. Jude

Posted by Erin Podolak, MA | Nov 21, 2023

Research and care for HIV has shifted over time, but St. Jude has always been at the forefront.

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Pulling the curtain back on the RSV window of vulnerability

Posted by Brian O'Flynn, PhD | Nov 14, 2023

Researchers look to mothers for solution to RSV

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St. Jude flu fighters: Researchers tackle influenza virus

Posted by Alex Generous, PhD | Nov 6, 2023

Learn how St. Jude scientists are fighting the flu

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5 Questions for Jason Rosch, PhD

Posted by Erin Podolak, MA, and Jason Rosch, PhD | Nov 14, 2023

Learn what inspired Jason Rosch, PhD, to a career in science studying host-pathogen interactions.

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Charles Rock, PhD

A Rock-Solid Legacy: Honoring the Life of Charles O. Rock, PhD

Posted by Jessica Gullett-Rubino, PhD | Oct 31, 2023

Learn more about the legacy of Charles O. Rock, PhD.

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Stephanie Dixon

5 Questions for Stephanie Dixon, MD, MPH

Posted by Alex Generous, PhD | Oct 24, 2023

Meet survivorship researcher Stephanie Dixon and learn how she studies the impact of modifiable lifestyle factors in childhood cancer survivors.

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Heather Conklin, PhD

5 Questions for Heather Conklin, PhD

Posted by Erin Podolak, MA, and Heather Conklin, PhD | Oct 19, 2023

Learn about what drives Heather Conklin, PhD, to study cognitive function and cognitive rehabilitation strategies in childhood brain tumor survivors.

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Clifford Brangwynne, PhD, Princeton University

St. Jude Research Collaboratives program reaches across institutional boundaries to multiply impact

Posted by Jessica Gullett-Rubino, PhD | Nov 9, 2023

Learn more about how the St. Jude Research Collaboratives Program is driving scientific breakthroughs.

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Consortium on leukemia in children with Down syndrome offers energy and optimism

Posted by Brian O'Flynn, PhD | Nov 2, 2023

Leukemia in children with Down syndrome addressed at St. Jude as international consortium meets

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Emily Zheng and Jesse Smith

Shared Resources Spotlight: Biostatistics Shared Resource

Posted by Elizabeth Casolo | Oct 17, 2023

Meet the investigators in the Biostatistics Shared Resource to learn how this under-recognized field is a critical component of successful research.

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Preventing neurodevelopmental disorders through genetic compensation

Posted by Brian O'Flynn, PhD | Oct 12, 2023

See how a gene family is implicated in the cause and rescue of neurodegenerative disease

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Molecular diagnostics bring treatment opportunities to infants with brain tumors

Posted by Kathryn J. McCullough, MA | Oct 26, 2023

Research in integrated, molecular diagnostics gave Fletcher Fazenbaker’s family something they thought they’d never get — a diagnosis and treatment plan.

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Jane Hankins and Akshay Sharma

Collaborating for Care: Developing a New Global Standard for Sickle Cell Disease Treatment

Posted by Taylor Wewel | Sep 28, 2023

Discover how St. Jude researchers are influencing sickle cell disease treatment globally.

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SJiMB21: A molecular path to treating infants with medulloblastoma

Posted by Kathryn J. McCullough, MA, and Jessie Newman | May 18, 2023

At St. Jude, clinical trial SJiMB21 seeks to provide treatment strategies for infants and young children diagnosed with medulloblastoma that place the patient, not just the tumor, at the center of care.

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St. Jude patient Karina Perez-Ortiz with Sarah Daniels, PhD, CCLS, St. Jude Child Life.

Research adds to understanding of AYA patients

Posted by Kerry Hillis Goff | Apr 6, 2023

Psychological, social and behavioral research sheds light on the needs of adolescents and young adults with cancer.

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St. Jude mentors nurture tomorrow’s scientists

Posted by Gwen Alexander, PhD | Nov 30, 2023

Mentorship has tremendous value for the mentor as well as the mente

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Global progress

St. Jude works with global community to accelerate childhood cancer care in Nepal

Posted by Lance Wiedower | Aug 17, 2023

St. Jude and the WHO are improving pediatric cancer care in Nepal. Explore the partner’s recent workshop.

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St. Jude STEMM Education and Outreach summer research immersion program

High school research program inspires future scientists

Posted by Brittney Chiuppi | Aug 3, 2023

Memphis area students learn to do research from St. Jude scientists.

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Bridging the Gap: Promoting diversity and inclusion in the next generation of STEMM leaders

Posted by Jennifer L. Stripay, PhD, and Kate Ayers, MS | May 25, 2023

The STEMM Education and Outreach team at St. Jude helps address barriers to careers in science.

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