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Another successful Bid for the Kids Gala. All proceeds from the evening went to support the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation Laboratory.Continue Reading →
7th annual Dribble for a Cure raises $62K for the Children & Adolescent Cancer and Blood Diseases Center at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital directed by Mitchell S. Cairo, M.D – September 2017
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A Guide for Pediatric Primary Care Providers
Under the direction of Mitchell S. Cairo, M.D., second from left, professor of pediatrics, medicine, pathology, microbiology and immunology, and cell biology and anatomy, the all-day symposium, “Diagnosis and Management of Common Childhood Hematology and Oncology Problems: A Guide for Pediatric Primary Care Providers,” held on November 12 at Westchester Medical Center, armed pediatric health care professionals ...
The event supported the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation Laboratory directed by Mitchell S. Cairo, M.D. at the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center and New York Medical College. Click here to view photos from the event.Continue Reading →
The 6th annual Dribble for the Cure raised more than $105,000 generated for the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation! Watch this video to learn more about the event: http://www.redstormsports.com/collegesportslive/?media=537314
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NYMC students, faculty, and staff “Light It Up Gold” in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness MonthContinue Reading →
Learn more about Dr. Cairo’s recommendation that adults with high-grade and aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphomas (NHLs) be treated with pediatric-inspired protocols.Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Ryan! Fordham Prep won the New York State Catholic High School “AA” Championship on May 30, 2016, over St. Joseph’s of Buffalo. After the season, Ryan was named to 2nd Team All-League as a Sophomore.
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This Armonk favorite golf outing has been focused on raising funds to support the PCRF Laboratory directed by Mitchell S. Cairo, M.D. at the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center and New York Medical College. The event kicked-off with a continental breakfast, followed by 18 holes of golf with a 12:00pm shotgun start. Following the tournament play, golfers were able to freshen up before the Cocktail Reception, Dinner, Live Auction and Awards Reception.Continue Reading →
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The best basic, quality, clinical, and translational were presented. The four awarded trainees are Lyndsey R Garbi, MD (clinical research), Chiarina Galvez, MD (quality research), Stacey Zahler, DO (translational research), and Juhye Lena Kim, MD (basic research), presented their abstracts in an oral platform session.Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Dr. Millard who will be presenting his research.Continue Reading →
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Invited Lecturer: Mitchell Cairo, MD
“Targeted Therapeutic Approaches in Children, Adolescents and Young Adults with Burkitt Leukemia/Lymphoma”
Congratulations to our faculty whose abstracts and research were presented at the annual ASH meeting:
Lee, S., Yin, C., Ayello, J., Morris, E., van de Ven, C., and Cairo, M.S. Ruxolitinib significantly prolongs survival in both a primary mediastinal B-cell lymphoma (PMBL) and Hodgkin lymphoma (HL) xenograft NSG mouse model: ruxolitinib may be a potential adjuvant agent in the treatment of PMBL and of HL. Accepted for presentation, American Society of Hematology, 2015. Blood ASH Annual Meeting Abstracts, #2732.
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The 5th Annual Assistant Professor Pediatric Research Symposium was hosted by the Department of Pediatrics and the Children’s Health and Research Foundation, Inc., and chaired by Mitchell S. Cairo, M.D., Chief of the Division of Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Stem Cell Transplantation on November 18, 2015. The best basic, clinical, quality and translational research abstracts were presented: Yanling Liao, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of ...Continue Reading →
The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation’s 2015 New York Gala combines incredible cuisine, wines, auctions and live entertainment to reach our goal of raising funds to support cutting edge pediatric cancer research.Continue Reading →
A light supper, a tasting of the world’s finest wines, and a spectacular auction of food, wine, and leisure experiences to benefit Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital.
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This symposium was designed to present the latest scientific and clinical advances in childhood, adolescent and young adult NHL, NHL biopathology, NHL genomics, stem cell transplantation, immunobiology, translational biology, novel therapeutics and others. The educational content of this conference was relevant for Medical and Pediatric Oncologists, Stem and Immune Cell Transplantation Investigators, Hematopathologists, Basic Scientists, Physicians-in-training (Fellows/Residents/Post Docs), Oncology Nurses and other associated allied ...Continue Reading →
Members of the staff of Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital came together to celebrate the wellness and survivorship of our pediatric cancer and stem cell transplant patients and their families.Continue Reading →