ACTSI Investigator Dr. Erwin Van Meir in the News

Erwin Van Meir, PhD, ACTSI investigator and professor of neurosurgery and hematology and medical oncology, Emory University School of Medicine 

Emory Health Now | A twist on epigenetic therapy vs cancer 
November 30, 2011 

HealthNewsDigest | NCI Cancer News | New pathway found for regulation of blood vessel growth in cancer
March 2, 2012 

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Cancer research
March 9, 2012 

HealthCanal.com | Non-invasive imaging can detect mutations within a brain tumor
March 24, 2012 

Emory Health Now | The body’s anticancer defenses come in a variety of sizes
April 28, 2012 

2012 Children’s-Emory Pediatric Research Center Pilot Awardee
Children’s Center for Neurosciences Research 
Defining the Role of BAI1 Deficiency in Medulloblastoma Tumorigenesis
Robert Craig Castellino, MD, Emory University
Erwin G. Van Meir, PhD, Emory University

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