Awards and Honors for Fox Chase Research
Distinguished Lecture Series
Visiting lecturers on oncology topics of the day
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Author Jessica Wapner discusses her new book "The Philadelphia Chromosome."
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Awards and Honors
Excellence in nursing, research, and clinical practice.
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In the August 2013 issue of The Scientist, Fox Chase Cancer Center rated 7th on the list of Top Ten Best Places to Work Academia 2013.
This builds on years of a top rating for Best Places for Post-Doctorates.
Read more at The Scientist.
(Mar 29, 2012)
Research Award Highlights:
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(Mar 27, 2012)
(Oct 15, 2009)
(Dec 6, 2005)
The Philadelphia Chromosome
The discovery of the Philadelphia Chromosome took place in 1959 under a Fox Chase Cancer Center microscope. Hundreds of drugs for cancer that target specific molecules are being developed from this start.More
Irwin A. "Ernie" Rose, PhD
2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry: Ibiquitin
Fox Chase scientist Irwin A. "Ernie" Rose, PhD, working with Avram Hershko, MD, PhD, and Aaron Ciechanover, PhD, both from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel, won the 2004 Prize for a series of epoch-making biochemical studies on the breakdown of proteins within cells.More
Baruch S Blumberg, MD, PhD: Research
1976 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine:
The Discovery of the Hepatitis B Virus
The research, discoveries and vision of Nobel laureate Baruch S. Blumberg, MD, PhD, (1925-2011) have had a far-reaching impact on public health around the globe.
Dr. Blumberg was awarded the 1976 Nobel Prize in medicine for his 1967 discovery of the hepatitis B virus and he received many subsequent honors, including election to the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society and the National Inventors Hall of Fame.More
The Kyoto Prize
Cancer researcher Alfred G. Knudson Jr., MD, PhD, (pronounced ka-nud'-son) of Fox Chase Cancer Center was named winner of a prestigious Kyoto Prize for 2004. The Kyoto Prize is considered among the world's leading awards for lifetime achievement and is given to those who have "contributed significantly to mankind's betterment."More
The Lasker Award
Albert Lasker Clinical Medical Research Award, 1998
Alfred Knudson, Jr., Peter Nowell, and Janet Rowley
For incisive studies in patient-oriented research that paved the way for identifying genetic alterations that cause cancer in humans and that allow for cancer diagnosis in patients at the molecular level.