SEPTEMBER 2022 UF Health Cancer Center Member newsletter
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Honors, Awards + Achievements
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Recent + Selected
From improving accuracy in prostate cancer diagnosis to lung cancer screening to clinical trial enrollment, Cancer Center researchers are leveraging AI in powerful ways.
Around The Center
Having spent so much time with Lee Ramsey in the pediatric oncology unit, his family wanted to find a way to give back to those patients and their families,
Richard Bennett, Ph.D., is a research associate professor in the department of medicine, division of hematology & oncology in the University of Florida College of Medicine. His primary research focus has been to characterize how histone mutations that are frequently found in lung cancer patient samples may disrupt the interaction between histones or DNA, which causes aberrant gene expression and the development of cancer phenotypes.
The UF Health Cancer Center hosted its first-ever Physical Sciences Mini Retreat on Aug. 10. The event brought together more than 50 researchers from across UF to stimulate cancer-relevant collaborations.