Mary Powers is a former member of the Strategic Communications, Education and Outreach Department at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
The St. Jude Methodist Sickle Cell Disease Transition Clinic helps patients move from pediatric to adult care, an important stage where patients often experience roadblocks to maintaining their health.
Flexible and tailored implementation strategies helped pediatric cancer centers across Latin America scale up a proven quality improvement strategy.
SAFER Ukraine, a global humanitarian effort to save Ukrainian children with cancer and blood disorders began spontaneously in a digital meeting room within hours of the invasion. Existing networks fueled its growth.
“SAFER Ukraine works because we have human connections with our partners,” explains Asya Agulnik, MD, MPH.
St. Jude and WHO announce plans to dramatically improve global access to pediatric cancer drugs
Researchers are focusing on treatment-related pain as another way to reduce the risk of learning and memory problems in survivors of childhood leukemia.
The Rising Stars of Cancer Research program is a new to the Science of Childhood Cancer lecture series. The program highlights the work of emerging leaders in the cancer research community.
Scientists are learning more about antibody production in response to flu, including how they develop from helper T cells and monocytes.
Research points to bone marrow transplant patients having the highest risk for severe complications from a COVID infection. Here’s what that means.
St. Jude highlights these women in science and clinical care who offer insights and tips for those interested in pursuing a scientific or clinical career.