Erin Podolak, MA, is a science writer in the Department of Strategic Communication, Education and Outreach.
Inhibiting DNA damage repair alongside radiation therapy can treat brain tumors.
Like a journey through space, metastatic cells have to adapt to spread throughout the body.
With a comprehensive approach to thinking about data, St. Jude scientists are fueling progress.
Research reveals how inherited genetic variants can contribute to liver toxicity after chemotherapy.
St. Jude scientists are fueling progress by studying the molecular groups of different cancers.
Scientists at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital are deploying genomic technologies to hunt for vulnerabilities in cancer.
St. Jude scientists have learned that bacteria are more successful at developing antibiotic resistance when they swap genes through recombination.
A St. Jude clinical trial launched more than 25 years ago has helped to transform understanding and care for children with the brain tumor craniopharyngioma.
Microcephaly is a rare neurodevelopmental condition in which a baby’s head is much smaller than expected because the brain did not develop properly or stopped developing during pregnancy. St. Jude researchers identified cells in the outer radial glia in the developing brain that play an important role in microcephaly.
The incidence of pediatric and adult liver cancer is increasing worldwide. Research suggests how premature birth may influence the risk for children.