Stefan Schattgen, PhD

Stefan Schattgen, PhD, PhD

St.Jude Children's Research Hospital

Stefan Schattgen, PhD, is a scientist in the immunology laboratory of Paul Thomas

Managing pain without enabling opioid addiction

Managing pain without enabling opioid addiction

Posted by Doralina Anghelescu, MD | Jan 29, 2019

How do physicians manage their patients’ pain in the context of the current opioid crises? Read how this physician helped a patient.

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Why should you care about the cancer-preventing HPV vaccine?

The HPV vaccine can prevent more than 31,000 cancer cases a year. This is why I care so much.

Posted by Robin Mutz, MPPM, BSN, RNC, NEA-BC | Apr 24, 2019

The HPV vaccine can prevent more than 31,000 cancer cases a year. After losing a friend to cancer, I made sure her children were protected from the virus.

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Resources, collaboration: two components of great research

Resources, collaboration: two components of great research

Posted by Jennifer Parris | May 20, 2019

Read how this woman coordinates and sometimes invents resources at this top research facility to help scientists doing critical work.

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Genetic sequencing: How do we put out the fires of genetically driven cancers?

Genetic sequencing: How do we put out the fires of genetically driven cancers?

Posted by Jill Bouchard, PhD | Nov 8, 2019

Too much of a good thing? Read how genetic sequencing offers insights into the causes of some cancers, but the avalance of data creates a new set of issues.

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St. Jude Graduate School kicks off third and busiest year

Graduate School kicks off its busiest academic year so far

Posted by Gary Bridgman | Aug 5, 2019

As the third PhD cohort begins, graduate school students participate in coursework, lab rotations, qualifying exams and doctoral thesis research.

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Does obesity give influenza more time to spread and impair flu vaccines?

Can obesity give influenza more time to spread and make vaccines less effective?

Posted by Stacey Schultz-Cherry, PhD | Jan 10, 2019

St. Jude researchers, led by Dr. Stacey Schultz-Cherry, are asking questions about potential association between flu severity and the obesity epidemic.

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St. Jude employees share moon-landing memories

Connected then and now: St. Jude colleagues share moon-landing memories

Posted by Mike O’Kelly | Jul 19, 2019

From grandparents’ homes to the jungles of equatorial Africa, St. Jude staff share their memories of the Apollo 11 moon-landing.

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Separating fact from fiction using pharmacogenetics

Separating fact from fiction using pharmacogenetics

Posted by Mary Relling, PharmD | Oct 8, 2019

Improving understanding of drugs and how the body reacts to them - - Read how science is improving understanding of genes and medication.

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Dinearounds: St. Jude employees become fast friends through meet-ups at Memphis restaurants

Dinearounds: St. Jude employees become fast friends through meet-ups at Memphis restaurants

Posted by Mike O’Kelly | Oct 4, 2019

Read how St. Jude brings in people come from all over the world to work, meet and possibly become friends.

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Childhood cancer survivorship studies dig in on data to increase understanding

Survivorship studies dig in on data

Posted by Kirsten Ness, PT, PhD, FAPTA | Nov 6, 2019

Read how cancer survivorship research reveals more about the late effects of treatment on children – and how the data can paint a more complete picture.

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