Center For Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University

CAU Now Features Institutional Development, CCRTD

Dec 21, 2019

Join me Saturday morning at 8:30 exclusively on Jazz 91.9 WCLK as we present the December edition of CAU Now. We'll talk about Clark Atlanta University's year-end giving campaign and development priorities and goals with Quisa Foster, Assistant Vice President, Institutional Advancement and University Relations, and Michael Cade, Major Gifts Officer, Institutional Advancement and University Relations. We'll also catch up with CCRTD Director Dr.

September 16 -19: CCRTD Prostate Cancer Symposium

Sep 13, 2018

The Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University will host the 12th National Symposium on Prostate Cancer beginning Sunday, September 16 through Wednesday, September 19 at the Thomas W. Cole, Jr. Research Centere for Science and Technology, located on the CAU Campus.

Join Host Paula Gwynn Grant Wednesday, June 20 at 6:00 p.m on Jazz 91.9 WCLK for the June edition of Your Health Connection. We'll take a look at the year in review at the Center For Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University (CCRTD).  CCRTD is attempting to crack the genetic code of prostate cancer, and addressing health disparities in  the African American Community, as well as training the next generation of minority molecular biologists. 

Join Host Paula Gwynn Grant for the May edition of  Your Health Connection on Jazz 91.9 WCLK, Wednesday, May 16 at 6:00 p.m.   Our topic this month is “The Financial Impact of a Cancer Diagnosis.” Global spending on cancer drugs is expected to top $150 billion dollars annually by 2020. We will talk about it, live, with cancer survivor Jeanette Ross, who has experienced this struggle.

Join Host Paula Gwynn Grant on Wednesday at 6pm exclusively on WCLK for the April edition of Your Health Connection. Our topic this month is Cancer In The African American Community. April is National Minority Health Month and we will talk about it, live, with guests including Health Advocates Shay Traylor and Monica Ponder, as well as Aprille Belgrave, Study Monitor for Georgia NCORP (NCI Community Oncology Research Program) for Georgia CORE – the Center for Oncology Research and Education, a non-profit organization working to improve the quality of cancer care in Georgia.  We’ll also take your calls, live, during the 6pm hour. Your Health Connection is Community Engagement from The Center For Cancer Research And Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University.

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