Dr. Arnethea Sutton receives second place at Massey Cancer Research Retreat

June 17, 2019

Poster session participants competed for Excellence in Cancer Research Awards, which honor the top three research projects displayed in the poster session.

This year, third place was awarded to Sean Koebley for his research on using high-speed atomic force microscopy to map the genome and diagnose cancer. Arnethea Sutton, Ph.D., received second place for her research into how medical mistrust among African American women associates with use of genetic counseling and testing. First place was awarded to Amy Northrop for her study evaluating the gene DDI2 as a therapeutic target for triple negative breast cancer.

Full article about Massey Cancer Center Research Retreat.