University of Florida Health pediatric oncologist John A. Ligon, M.D., has been awarded a $600,000 grant from the V Foundation for Cancer Research to study a personalized immunotherapy vaccine to treat relapsed pediatric osteosarcoma.
Manuela Corti, PhD and Tanja Taivassalo, PhD will lead a feasibility & efficacy study of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) cycling training to improve motor and cardiac functions in patients with Friedreich Ataxia. The purpose of this exploratory study is to assess the feasibility and…
John Ligon, MD, from the University of Florida, was awarded the Outsmarting Osteosarcoma Because of Dylan Young Investigator Award and will study RNA-nanoparticle vaccines to overcome the immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment of canine osteosarcoma.
Lindsay A. Thompson, M.D., a professor of pediatrics and the medical director of the Pediatric Research Hub, shares how she and her research team work to create a culture in their lab that incorporates inclusivity, diversity, equity and access.
The first in his family to graduate from college, Robert Davis Jackson, M.D., was committed to his pediatric cardiology patients and their families, remembers his son, Christopher Davis Jackson.
The Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s Cure-Search for Children’s Cancer is funding doctor Elias Sayour’s efforts to create a novel vaccine to treat brain cancer in children.
Eight days of intense meditation causes robust activation of the immune system, University of Florida researchers and their colleagues have found.