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  • Emory University School of Medicine’s Department of Hematology & Medical Oncology is leading the fight against cancer through uncompromised patient care and cutting edge research. As part of the National Cancer Institute designated Winship Cancer Institute, the Department is focused on clinical and basic research, teaching, and delivering outstanding hematology and oncology clinical services to Emory patients.

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New Funding Challenges

For several years, Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University has been working to keep its cancer research and clinical trials programs going despite federal budget cuts. Continue Reading>>

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Featured Researcher

Dr. Kang Dr. Sumin Kang, PhD, Assistant Professor, Hematology and Medical Oncology. Dr. Kang's research is focused on understanding the signaling basis of human cancers, with a particular focus on studying the role of protein kinases and metabolic enzymes in tumorigenesis, cancer cell metabolism and tumor metastasis using integrated proteomics, oncogenomics-based, genome-wide screening strategies, cell culture and murine models of disease. Her ultimate research goal is to apply the obtained insights to development of molecularly targeted therapies to treat human cancers. Read More>>