ACTSI Investigator Dr. Walter Curran in the News

Walter J. Curran, Jr., MD, ACTSI investigator, Executive Director of the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University and chair of Emory's Department of Radiation Oncology

Midtown, GA Patch | $225M cancer-treating proton facility targets Midtown
July 6, 2012

Atlanta Journal Constitution | Society launches third survey - cancer prevention study
May 29, 2012

Dr. Curran is number 22 among 35,000 researchers nationwide in a survey of National Institutes of Health grant funding. Curran, whose NIH research funding totaled $16,074,557 last year, is the only researcher in Georgia and the only NCI-designated cancer center director to be among the top 25 in NIH grant funding.

Access Atlanta | Clark Howard to host charitable soiree
April 20, 2012

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Radiation therapy research
February 3, 2012

The Augusta Chronicle | New GHSU cancer center director talks about goals
February 2, 2012

Atlanta Journal Constitution | A 2nd cancer center
January 28, 2012

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Cancer vaccine shows promise
December 17, 2011

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Cancer therapy center in works
November 27, 2011

WSB-TV | American Cancer Society - Where does your money go?
November 8, 2011

Journal of the National Cancer Institute | Stereotactic radiation takes root in cancer therapy
October 25, 2011

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Lung Cancer Treatment
September 16, 2011

Rays of Hope for Some Lung Cancer Patients
September 13, 2011

ScienceDaily | Concurrent chemo and radiation therapy improves long-term survival for inoperable stage III lung cancer, study suggests
September 9, 2011

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