Cancer and Aging Research in the News

The importance of cancer and aging research has been identified as a research priority on a national level and has received main stream media attention.

We are thrilled to announce that we have officially been awarded the R33 Renewal (Geriatric Oncology Research Infrastructure to Improve
This month, CARG shines a spotlight on CARG Buddies, Ashley Rosko, MD and Heidi Klepin, MD, MS. Dr. Rosko is
(WNDU) - Age is the largest risk factor for getting cancer. In fact, 60% of cancer patients are over the
CARG Travels to 2022 SIOG Annual Conference in Switzerland spacer The Cancer and Aging Research Group was at the forefront
Reena V. Jayani, MD, is the current chair of the Cancer and Aging Research Group's Buddy Program Task Force. The
2022 marks the fifth year of CARG's growth with the support of the National Institute of Health/National Institute of Aging
Geriatric oncology was front and center at this year's American Society for Clinical Oncology (ASCO)'s Annual Conference, and in no
Melody K. Schiaffino, PhD, MPH, has recently been awarded a Research Scientist Development Award (K01) grant from the National Institute
From Science by Jennifer Couzin-Frankel New guidance aims to improve understanding of drug safety, effectiveness in older adults Older adults
Oncologists Join Forces with Geriatricians and Other Clinician-Scientists in a Transdisciplinary Network: The Cancer and Aging Research Group Cancer is


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