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Diversity in Research

Four emerging scientists from the ReTOOL/MiCaRT program were asked questions that would provide enlightenment for high school and undergraduate students in their home town.

Post Baccalaureate Student Making A Global Impact

MiCaRT post baccalaureate Simone Mayes’ abstract was accepted to the “2015 New Horizons in Cancer Research Conference: Bringing Cancer Discoveries to Patients” conference in Shanghai, China.

Congratulations to Four ReTOOL Trainees!

We are pleased to announce that four of our 2015 ReTOOL cohorts will be presenting their findings at varying research conferences this November. Three students will be presenting at the Eighth AACR Conference on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved and one will be…

From Rattlers to Gators

2015 ReTOOL students DeCoria McCauley and Simone Mayes are currently Post-Baccalaureate students through the Minority Cancer Research Training Center in collaboration with the University of Florida.

ReTOOL Alumni Accept Offers to Indiana University and Duke School of Medicine

Cassie Hobbs and Michael Dumas, Spring 2015 graduates from Florida A&M University, will be continuing their education as first year medical students at Duke University and Indiana University this Fall. As part of the Summer 2013 class of ReTOOL Scholars, both proudly state that their experiences with the ReTOOL Program…

Prostate Cancer Research Showcase

Save the Date! 2015 retool presentations Research Training Opportunities for Outstanding Leaders (ReTOOL) Program Research Showcase Friday, July 31, 2015 9:00AM-3:00PM Poster Session: 9:00AM-11:00AM, HPNP Atrium Oral Presentations: 1PM-2:30PM, HPNP G-312 DOD Prostate Cancer Research Program Award W81XWH-12-1-0083…