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Wilmot Cancer Research Fellowship Supports ‘Trajectory of Learning’

Wilmot Cancer Research Fellowship Supports ‘Trajectory of Learning’

Wilmot’s support for education continues beyond formal medical and scientific training to professional development for faculty and staff. A special mechanism is devoted to this kind of ongoing training: the Wilmot Cancer Research Fellowship is for physicians who have completed their post-graduate training and are on the cusp of their research careers.

Wilmot Receives $29M NCORP Grant: A Q&A with Gary Morrow

Wilmot Receives $29M NCORP Grant: A Q&A with Gary Morrow

Cancer Control research focuses on making life better for cancer patients. Now, as a patient himself, Researcher Gary Morrow, Ph.D., MS., says he’s been able to experience the science he helped to sow.

Investigators Looking to a Better Future for Patients with Bladder Cancer 

Investigators Looking to a Better Future for Patients with Bladder Cancer 

Wilmot researchers are revealing new insights into what drives the disease and possible new treatment pathways. 

New Clinical Trials Advance Treatment, Diagnosis of Gynecologic Cancers

New Clinical Trials Advance Treatment, Diagnosis of Gynecologic Cancers

Wilmot offers the most extensive portfolio of clinical trials for gynecologic cancers in the region. In addition to large national treatment trials, Wilmot also offers trials that are available only in Rochester, including one that is evaluating potential molecular biomarkers to predict the risk of a pelvic mass becoming cancerous. 

Return on Investment: Wilmot’s Seed Grants Program Supports Promising Research Projects

Return on Investment: Wilmot’s Seed Grants Program Supports Promising Research Projects

Seed grants, also known as pilot grants, are akin to start-up funding in the business world. These grants are competitive, and applications are carefully reviewed by a select committee of Wilmot faculty. Seed grants allow researchers to build a case for further investment in their work by such major funders as the National Cancer Institute and National Institutes of Health.