CCIL bioengineer named AACR NextGen Star

CCIL bioengineer named AACR NextGen Star

Sara Pedron Haba The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) named chemical and biomolecular engineering professor Sara Pedron Haba a 2021 AACR NextGen Star and a 2022 Minority and Minority-serving Institution Faculty Scholar in Cancer Research, an award that...
CCIL Welcomes New Employee: Nibedita Chakraborty

CCIL Welcomes New Employee: Nibedita Chakraborty

We are proud to welcome the CCIL’s newest employee, Nibedita Chakraborty as the Research Development Coordinator. Nibedita has extensive experience in advanced data management in cancer research and previously worked as Research Program Coordinator within the West...
CCIL, Carle Collaboration Kicks Off

CCIL, Carle Collaboration Kicks Off

CCIL and Carle Collaborators. Carle’s Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute and the Carle Cancer Center are collaborating with the Cancer Center at Illinois to bridge the gap between scientific research and cancer patients. Kendrith Rowland, MD, and Rohit...
Student Spotlight: Bingtao Tang

Student Spotlight: Bingtao Tang

Bingtao Tang, PhD Candidate, Molecular and Integrative Physiology C*STAR Program, 2018 Cohort What led to your interest in cancer research? I received my bachelor’s degree in bioengineering from Xi’an Jiaotong University in China. After that, I came to the...
An Engineer’s Perspective To Clinical Oncology

An Engineer’s Perspective To Clinical Oncology

Image of Bruce Brockstein speaking at the NorthShore University HealthSystem.  Bruce Brockstein, the Kellogg Cancer Center Director at the NorthShore University HealthSystem gave an invited guest lecture on April 26. His talk – Clinical Oncology Now and the Near...