Karmanos Cancer Institute

Karmanos Cancer Institute

The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, headquartered in Detroit, is the largest cancer research and provider network in Michigan and has 14 treatment locations. It is one of 47 National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer treatment and research centers in the United States. Wikipedia

Karmanos Cancer Institute

The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, headquartered in Detroit, is the largest cancer research and provider network in Michigan and has 14 treatment locations. It is one of 47 National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer treatment and research centers in the United States. Wikipedia

Sep 1, 9:28 AM

Karmanos is filled with the very best people dedicated to helping you find the best possible outcomes for your situation. I am so proud to have been a small part of the profound good Karmanos does every day. Maureen (Mo) M., breast cancer survivor and patient advocate. Learn more at www.karmanos.org #YourBestChance

Aug 29, 9:49 AM

Karmanos staff, patients and family members took on rock art this July and August. After completing their artwork, the participants hid the rocks around our Weisberg Cancer Treatment Center in Farmington Hills to spread positive energy, joy and hope. This project was inspired by one of our patients. If you visit Weisberg, keep an eye out for the rock art. If you find one of these special rocks, spread the hope by using the #KarmanosRocks #YourBestChance hashtags! #art #detroit #farmingtonhills #cancer #oncology #arttherapy #rockart #rockpainting

Aug 24, 8:50 AM

Congratulations to Lauren Hamel, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Oncology at Karmanos Cancer Institute and Wayne State University School of Medicine, who has received a two-year National Institute of Health/National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities R21 research grant of $429,658 for her research, Nonverbal Synchrony as a Behavioral Marker of Patient and Physician Racial Attitudes and Predictor of Outcomes of Clinical Interactions. #YourBestChance #oncology #Detroit #Medicine #cancer #waynestate #health

Aug 23, 2:33 PM

Congratulations to Larry Matherly, Ph.D., associate center director of Basic Sciences at Karmanos Cancer Institute and director of the Cancer Biology Graduate Program in the Department of Oncology at the Wayne State University School of Medicine, who has successfully renewed a five-year, $1,328,390 training grant from the National Cancer Institute for the Cancer Biology Graduate Program. The renewal of the training grant until 2022 has secured 35 years of continuous support of the program. #YourBestChance #oncology #detroit #nationalcancerinstitute #cancer #biology #basicsciences