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Nurse Scientist Partnership Drawing More Nurses into Research

Nurse Scientist Partnership Drawing More Nurses into Research

In a collaborative effort, Wilmot and the University of Rochester School of Nursing support nurse-initiated research programs through the development of the Oncology Nurse Scientist Partnership. 

Driving Away Fear, Improving Outcomes for Children Receiving Radiation

Driving Away Fear, Improving Outcomes for Children Receiving Radiation

Working with pediatric patients in Radiation Oncology, Julie Natale, R.N., B.S.N., noticed the fear that would set in when it was time for treatment. She wanted to help so she asked: How could we make this different?

Shaping the Future: Wilmot Equips the Next Generation of Oncologists and Scientists

Shaping the Future: Wilmot Equips the Next Generation of Oncologists and Scientists

As part of an academic medical center, Wilmot Cancer Institute has a responsibility to develop the next generation of physicians and researchers and to help shape the ever-evolving landscape of science and medicine. 

Stargazing Connects Mother-Daughter during Scary Stint with Cancer

Stargazing Connects Mother-Daughter during Scary Stint with Cancer

Tori Holmes was only six years old the day her mom, Kim, was diagnosed with an aggressive blood cancer in 2013.

Do Cancer Treatments Affect the Heart?

Do Cancer Treatments Affect the Heart?

The short answer is yes, said Eugene Storozynsky, M.D., Ph.D., who specializes in heart complications from cancer. He directs the Cardio-Oncology clinic associated with UR Medicine’s Wilmot Cancer Institute — the only such program in upstate New York.