South by South Lawn: A White House Festival of Ideas, Art, and Action

SXSL is a presidential initiative to bring together creative minds to make a positive difference in our country. Leaders in various fields will gather from across the nation to showcase how they are solving some of the toughest challenges in their own unique and innovative ways. On Monday, October 3, our lab will demonstrate our own efforts at answering the presidential call to action to accelerate cancer research and end cancer as we know it.

Visitors to the Cancer Moonshot booth will experience what it’s like to be a cancer patient from a clinical trial perspective with USC’s Analytical Tools to Objectively Measure Human Performance (ATOM-HP). We will demonstrate how we are using technology to continually monitor the well-being of patients to achieve the best measure of health when combined with physician assessed performance status. Visitors will get a glimpse into the future of patient care and experience how an Internet of Things (IoT) approach is enabling greater collaboration between cancer patients, physicians, and scientists. READ MORE>>>

Convergence Science Initiative – Cancer: CSI-Cancer

  • CSI Cancer is focused on improving the lives of cancer patients through scientific insights relevant to individual patients.CSI_Flower
  • CSI Cancer at USC is led by Dr. Peter Kuhn (email: kuhn42@usc.edu) and each project is led by a team comprised of patients, medical doctors, scientists and students focused on solving the clinical challenge through basic science breakthroughs that can be translated into real world solutions.

cancerbasesideblue (1)Basic yet critical information about most cancers and how they spread through the body just isn’t readily available. Today, CancerBase, a grassroots collaboration of patients, scientists, and social media volunteers, will go live with a way to connect patients all around the world to solve this problem, providing critical information to patients. Our goal is to bring together millions of patients to anonymously contribute the “what, when, and where” of their cancers, empowering themselves, each other, and scientists to see cancer more clearly. READ MORE>>>

CSI Cancer and the Kuhn laboratory at USC are proud to be part of CancerBase.

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With the desire to contribute to support physicians, scientists and cancer patients in Vietnam and around the world, The Salt Cancer Initiative and The Central Military Hospital 108, together with cancer specialists from the MD Anderson Cancer Center, University of Southern California, and the top cancer hospitals in Vietnam organize The Vietnam Multidisciplinary Oncology conference in September 2017 in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

Peter Kuhn and Jorge Nieva are among the oncologists and cancer researchers from the US that will participate.

More information at https://www.vietnamoncology.org/.
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