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BY MD Anderson Faculty

The Sixth International Conference on SUMO, Ubiquitin, UBL Proteins: Implications for Human Diseases was held at the Dan Duncan building at MD Anderson Cancer Center from Feb. 8 to 11, 2012. This biennial meeting has been organized by Edward T.H. Yeh, M.D., Chair of the Department of Cardiology since 2002.

More than 275 scientists from 18 countries participated in this exciting event that is internationally recognized as the...

BY Howard Gutstein, M.D.

About 20 years ago, I started medical practice with no intention of pursuing research.

As the most junior person, I was asked to take...

BY Scott Merville

It started with a clinical observation: Why do so many ovarian cancer patients have such high levels of circulating platelets? As it turns...

BY Scott Merville

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center graduate student Geoffrey Grandjean's image of ovarian cancer cells is visually striking, scientifically important and coming soon to Times Square in New York.

Grandjean, a graduate research assistant in Experimental Therapeutics and an artist, won a national contest sponsored by GE Healthcare with the image, which features cell nuclei stained red entangled in microtubules - the scaffolding...

BY Scott Merville

The incidence of testicular cancer has increased steadily in recent years, but the cause has been elusive. MD Anderson Cancer Center scientists...

BY Leslie Loddeke

Read between the lines and you'll find an MD Anderson Cancer Center connection to one of Discover's top 100 stories of 2011, announced in...

BY MD Anderson Staff

Andrew Schorr is a pioneer in health communications and patient education and, along the way, became a patient himself. Andrew was diagnosed...