Winship and UGA award pilot grant for pancreatic cancer research

The Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University together with the University of Georgia Cancer Center are delighted to unveil the latest recipients of the Winship-UGA Collaborative Pilot Grant. This prestigious, peer-reviewed award fosters collaboration between faculty members from both institutions, driving forward innovative research in the fight against cancer. This year’s grant is dedicated to advancing research in ApoL1 targeted therapies, with a focus on combating pancreatic cancer.

In this collaborative effort, the grant connects the expertise of the Hajduk Lab at the University of Georgia with the Lesinski Lab at Emory University, marking a significant step towards pioneering new treatments in the battle against cancer.

For additional details, please visit the Emory website: Press Release from Winship