5 years ago, scientific discoveries in the pediatric brain cancer world were virtually unheard of. But in 2013, the DFCI, in collaboration with scientific experts from around the world, published 8 articles in major scientific journals reflecting advancements in the field of pediatric brain cancer research. This unprecedented productivity is in large part due to the committed support of families across the country raising funds for children’s brain tumor research. Congrats to the DFCI on an incredibly successful year and looking forward to seeing what can be accomplished in the war against children’s brain tumors in 2014!
| Size: 976 KB Dec 5th 2012 Ambient mass spectrometry for the intraoperative molecular diagnosis of human brain tumors | Size: 2 MB Mar 28th 2013 Genomic analysis of diffuse pediatric low-grade gliomas | Size: 854 KB Aug 15th 2013 Recurrent somatic alterations of FGFR1 and NTRK2 in pilocytic astrocytoma | Size: 4 MB Sep 4th 2013 Rapid, Label-Free Detection of Brain Tumors with Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy | Size: 1 MB Sep 29th 2013 Coordinate activation of Shh and PI3K signaling in PTEN-deficient glioblastoma: new therapeutic opportunities | Size: 4 MB Oct 4th 2013 Molecular imaging of drug transit through the blood-brain barrier with MALDI imaging | Size: 410 KB Nov 23rd 2013 Mass spectrometry imaging as a tool for surgical decision-making | Size: 10 B Jul 23rd 2013 New Strategies in Pediatric Gliomas: Molecular Advances in Pediatric Low-Grade Gliomas as a Model