2019 Site Visit

Center on the Physics of Cancer Metabolism A fantastic, productive  site visit this week–approx 60 faculty and trainees from MD Anderson, UCSF  & Weil lCornell–sharing presentations and posters on progress w/the NCI. A special thanks goes to all poster presenters. The posters that were selected for the People’s Choice award are below. The winners will […]

New Website: Cornell Community Cancer Partnership

Cornell Community Cancer Partnership: Connecting cancer researchers with the local community Check out the new Cornell Community Cancer Partnership: Dedicated to bringing researchers out of the lab to connect them with the patient community on a regular basis. Together, we learn the science of cancer and practice speaking a common language. The Cornell Cancer Partnership […]

Pilot Projects Awarded

    2 Pilot Projects  for Year 2 have been awarded and started September 15, 2017     Mechanisms of Copper Depletion in TNBC Metastasis- From Bedside to the Bench Project Investigators: Vivek Mittal, Claudia Fischbach Additional Collaborators: Linda Vahdat (Weill Cornell Medicine) Noah Elias Dephoure (Weill Cornell Medicine)   Single-Cell Deep-Profiling of Signaling and […]

Call for Pilot Project Proposals

Call for Pilot Project Proposals Center on the Physics of Cancer Metabolism and Meyer Cancer Center Deadline 5pm Monday, July 31, 2017 The Cornell Center on the Physics of Cancer Metabolism (http://psoc.engineering.cornell.edu/) integrates engineering, advanced imaging, and cancer biology to interrogate the multiscale biophysical mechanisms regulating tumor metabolism and function as well as their consequences […]

Cornell Chronicle Article

Collaborators use new strategies to study cancer’s spread If cancer didn’t metastasize, or spread, it would be easy to cure, says Lewis Cantley, the Meyer Director of the Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center at Weill Cornell Medicine. “We could merely cut it out, and it would not return,” he says. “We would be done.” […]

Pilot Projects Awarded

    2 Pilot Projects have been awarded to start January 1, 2017   Novel Affinity Reagents for Analysis of Tumor Microvesicles and Their Metabolically Regulated Glycome Matt DeLisa and Matt Paszek, Cornell University    Revealing Mechanisms of Microvesicle Biogenesis in Breast Cancer via in situ Microscopy Lara A. Estroff; Cornell University    

Inaugural Retreat

Inaugural retreat of our Center brought together more than 50 scientists from Ithaca, New York, San Francisco, and Houston to discuss science across all participating institutions. A special thanks goes to all poster presenters. The posters that were selected by the jury for this year’s $250 poster award were: Mammary Window Imaging of Breast Carcinoma Cell […]