The physical therapy and exercise science departments at Ithaca College are teaming up to conduct a research project called the Wellness and Cancer Survivorship Program. The program will offer a free fitness membership and a supportive and individualize exercise program to cancer survivors for the fall semester at the Ithaca College Wellness Clinic beginning in
May 2019: Seminars will resume in the Fall Wednesday’s from 5:15 – 6:30pm, Cornell campus in Vet School Classroom 6 (Free parking across the street after 5pm). These seminars are an on-going collaboration between CRC & cancer researchers at Cornell. The presentations are in lay language and questions are encouraged. Please visit our website for more details
The Cancer Resource Center and Cornell Work/Life are beginning a monthly support group for members of the Cornell community who have or have had cancer. Faculty, staff, students, and retirees who have been diagnosed with cancer are welcome. It’s an opportunity to meet one another, create a community of support, and learn about the resources available on campus and
Website We’re happy to unveil our new Website & Facebook page! There are sections targeted to community members and students, and one that encourages the development of partnerships in other communities. There’s also a twitter feed that highlights news that we think will be of interest to cancer researchers and the patient community. We”ll continue to add new content. In particular, we want
The Cancer Resource Center and cancer researchers from Cornell University joined forces on Friday, September 21, 2018 to host a Biden Cancer Community Summit in Ithaca. Three sessions were held throughout the day, each bringing Cornell researchers into the community to share their knowledge with individuals personally affected by cancer and the general public. Faculty
Join us for any of three events planned as part of the local Biden Cancer Summit!
A three-part PBS series (Free & open to the public) The second Sunday of the month on Feb. 12, March 12 and April 9 2-4:30pm in the tv room at Donlon Hall on the Cornell Campus (near the dorms on north campus between Triphammer Rd. & Pleasant Grove)
Mark Your Calendars: Cancer Research Seminar Tumors are more complicated than we thought: Can chemotherapy evolve with our evolving understanding of tumor biology? Presented by Nithya Kartha. Wed., Dec. 14, 5:30 – 7pm, Cornell, Morrison Hall, Room 348. (At the corner of Tower Rd. and Judd Falls Rd.). There’s free public parking across the street.
This week’s research seminar at Cornell will be a discussion of Siddhartha Mukherjee’s terrific book, The Emperor of all Maladies. Weill Hall, Room 226, 5:15 – 6:45 pm. These weekly programs are a collaboration between cancer researchers at Cornell and the Cancer Resource Center. Everyone is welcome!