Molecular Oncology Events
- Scheduled monthly
- Includes faculty chalk talks to present grant ideas
Research In Progress (MO-RIP) Seminar Series
This seminar series is designed to encourage vibrant discussions, build professional camaraderie among the members of our department, and provide an opportunity for everyone to present at least once during the calendar year. Contact Drs. Mark Alexandrow or Doug Cress for more information.
Annual Departmental Retreat
The annual Molecular Oncology Retreat is a highly anticipated event that showcases the breadth and depth of research in our department. We take this opportunity to recognize the scientific accomplishments of our postgraduate and pre-doctoral trainees and to foster team-building within the department at all levels. The retreat contributes to the scientific growth of the department as a venue to facilitate new research collaborations among faculty and trainees. Highlights from the 2020 Retreat | 2019 Retreat.
Special Projects, Working Groups, and Department Committees
- The 9th International MDM2 Workshop will be hosted by investigators from Moffitt Cancer Center and held in St. Pete Beach, Florida in November 2018. More details on this exciting workshop may be found here. Contact Jiandong Chen for more information.
- Non-coding RNA club: This is a monthly special interest meeting with lab meeting-style presentations by students and postdocs. The ncRNA club is attended by eight labs from Moffitt and USF with diverse backgrounds. Contact Florian Karreth for more information.
- Structural Biology Club: This is a monthly special interest meeting with lab meeting-style presentations by students and postdocs. The structural biology club is attended by eight labs from Moffitt and USF with diverse backgrounds. Contact Jennifer Binning for more information.
- Lung Cancer Working Group - Identifying Metabolic Vulnerabilities in Lung Cancer: This multi-PI program consists of multiple integrated projects focused on identifying the metabolic vulnerabilities of lung cancer as a novel strategy in the treatment of this disease. Learn More