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Cancer researchers hope support for the Cancer Moonshot will speed the pace of discovery of life-saving technologies. Speakers at a Capitol Hill briefing held Thursday, September 15, agreed that the moonshot could heighten awareness of the importance of sustained federal funding for cancer research. The briefing, hosted by the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, focused on advances in cancer research that hope to someday replace current treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy. As a result of current therapies, cancer has on average seen a decline in incidence and mortality. However, this is not true of all cancers, said Dr. Krishna Kandarpa, director of research...
By Jeffrey Harris, founder and Managing Partner of Harris Search Associates , an IIC members Partners firm where he leads the firm’s Higher Education, Academic Medicine and General Management practices. With our practice focused on identifying and attracting leaders to support the growth of clients in the areas of research, science, engineering, academic medicine and commercial enterprises, active involvement in Research!America allows us to remain current with landscape of change taking place in international research. We value our membership in Research!America because its focus helps create a critical mass advocacy that alone we could never have. Much of our work is centered on the...
By Jeffrey Harris, founder and Managing Partner of Harris Search Associates , an IIC members Partners firm where he leads the firm’s Higher Education, Academic Medicine and General Management practices. With our practice focused on identifying and attracting leaders to support the growth of clients in the areas of research, science, engineering, academic medicine and commercial enterprises, active involvement in Research!America allows us to remain current with landscape of change taking place in international research. We value our membership in Research!America because its focus helps create a critical mass advocacy that alone we could never have. Much of our work is centered on the...

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Without continued support for health research, many of the most promising young scientists, their ideas and a myriad of potentially life-changing scientific breakthroughs will vanish into oblivion.
Paul Marinec, PhD; University of California San Francisco