Dr. Bullman presented at the virtual National Cancer Institute's Division of Cancer Biology lecture series.
Congratulations Jorge! Jorge has been awarded a Fred Hutch Interdisciplinary Research Training Program Fellowship to support his postdoctoral research.
Dr. Bullman presented at the virtual Irish National Oncology Meeting "Gathering Around Cancer".
Dr. Bullman presented at the virtual New York Academy of Sciences "Systemic Effects of Metastatic Cancer" meeting.
Dr. Bullman presented at the National Cancer Institute's "Glycans Microbes & Cancer Virtual Workshop".
Dr. Bullman presented at the virtual Pathology Presents Seminar, University of Washington.
Dr. Bullman presented at the AACR "The microbiome, viruses, and cancer" meeting in Florida.
Dr. Bullman presented a Keynote lecture "How the Microbiome Impacts Cancer, Immunity, and Response to Therapy" at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Gastrointestinal Cancer Symposium in San Francisco, Jan 2020
Colorectal cancer cells take bacteria in their luggage when traveling
Abundance of Fusobacterium has been correlated with lower T cell infiltration, advanced disease stage, and poorer survival. However little is known about the mechanism of action operating in the interaction between Fusobacterium and tumor cells. Studies published so far proposed that Fusobacterium could modulate cell adhesion and invasion, or regulate the host immune response.
Susan presents at the Keystone Symposia Microbiome: Therapeutic Implications (T1), Killarney, Ireland.
Meet the 2018 STAT Wunderkinds
Meet the 2018 STAT Wunderkinds, including our own Dr. Susan Bullman. From STAT: "Our search for the next generation of scientific superstars had a stellar second year. We set out to celebrate the unheralded heroes of science and medicine."