Thomas Jaaskela, former cancer-research technician at MIT, dies at 83
September 7, 2010
Postdoctoral associate wins cancer fellowship
July 14, 2010Heller, of chemical engineering, named among 18 fellows
MIT’s Koch Institute in strategic partnership with Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals
June 28, 2010Organizations will collaborate in multiple areas of oncology research and technology development.
MIT receives funding to start new Center for Cancer Systems Biology
March 4, 2010
New and improved RNA interference
January 4, 2010Researchers use RNA interference to silence multiple genes at once. The advance, which one expert calls a ‘substantial breakthrough,’ could lead to new treatments for liver diseases.
Two from MIT elected to the Institute of Medicine
October 12, 2009Professor of Economics Amy Finkelstein and Tyler Jacks, director of the Koch Institute, join arm of the National Academies of Science.
Tumor mutations can predict chemo success
August 6, 2009Genetic profiling of tumors could have 'immediate impact' on treating cancer, study shows
Nanoparticles target ovarian cancer
July 30, 2009New gene therapy technique could fight late-stage tumors
RNA snippet suppresses spread of aggressive breast cancer
June 12, 2009
Implantable device offers continuous cancer monitoring
May 12, 2009New device could track tumor's growth