Kids First Spring Webinar: Empowering Discovery through a Wide Variety of Data Types
Join this year’s Kids First Spring Webinar 2022 to get the latest updates from the Gabriella Miller Kids First Pediatric Research Program, established to help researchers gain insights into the biology of childhood cancer and structural birth defects. Hear from five distinguished speakers on the relationship between birth defects and cancer risk, collaborative developments in pediatric cancer research, and the latest technologies in data research with Kids First Data Resource Center, a database of clinical and genetic data from patients with childhood cancers and structural birth defects and their families.
This virtual event is open to all members of the extended NCI community and is a great opportunity to hear from Kids First investigators and data experts. Register today and submit questions in advance for the speakers to answer in the Q&A sessions following each presentation. Questions can also be submitted via email to the Kids First program.
Dr. Philip Lupo is a genetic epidemiologist and director of the Epidemiology and Population Sciences Program in the Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center.
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