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  • We are wrapping up a fantastic week in San Diego, California at the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting! This week some of the leading minds in the field of Human Genetics at St. Jude had the priviledge of sharing how we are using data from genetic testing techniques to guide patient care and to provide life-saving solutions for our patients.

    Genome, Exome, RNA Sequencing Applied to Pediatric Cancer Cases

    Performing three types of genetic testing on patients with pediatric cancers can improve their care, researchers reported yesterday (October 17) at the American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting in San Diego. Scott Newman, an oncologist and cancer biologist at St.

  • Happy National Hispanic Heritage Month! Click the link below to read about what motivates and inspires just a few of our Hispanic staff members who are working to make a difference in the lives of children around the world.

    Celebrating 2018 National Hispanic Heritage Month

    To mark National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 - Oct. 15), St. Jude is spotlighting the contributions of some of our Hispanic staff who work for St. Jude Global and the Department of Global Pediatric Medicine. Here, a few of them share what inspires their mission of improving the survival rates of children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases worldwide.

  • St. Jude has your coffee break covered. Take 15 and stop by Starbucks for caffeine and a conversation about your career with St. Jude Clinical Research Recruiter John Stukenborg. Schedule your break now:

    Let's chat at SOCRA 2018

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  • New global childhood cancer effort among World Health Organization, St. Jude and global partners aims to cure at least 60 percent of children with six of the most common kinds of cancer worldwide by 2030.

    WHO and St. Jude collaborate against childhood cancer

    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital today announced a five-year collaboration with World Health Organization aimed at transforming cancer care worldwide to cure at least 60 percent of children with six of the most common types of cancer by 2030.

  • At St. Jude we are constantly working to discover new life-saving treatments, but we must ensure that these treatments are reaching children around the world, regardless of if they are patients at our hospital. We know that the best way to do this is to share information and ideas with other cancer institutions and physicians around the world. We do this through our new St. Jude Global program. This program ensures that children have access to quality care and treatment, no matter where they live. The Biden Cancer Initiative has just named St. Jude Global as one of their FiERCE Award inaugural recipients for our effort toward reducing cancer disparities. We are honored to be recognized for this as it is so important to us as an institution.

    Biden Cancer Initiative

    FIERCE Awards recognize and celebrate those making a transformative impact on the lives of cancer patients. Nominate an individual or organization for one of five FIERCE Award categories: Prevention and early detection Reducing cancer disparities Patient navigation Survivorship LEAP (Leadership through Exemplary and Awesome Purpose)

  • Parent Magazine ranked us on their list of the 20 Top Children's Hospitals in Innovation and Technology! At St. Jude we strive to be ahead of the curve when it comes to discovering new innovations that can improve the survival rates of our patients. One of our highest priorities is to ensure that our employees have the tools and support they need to find cures. Thanks for the ranking, Parent Magazine, we are proud to be a part of this list.

  • This is the 10th year St. Jude has been ranked by US News & World Report as one of the Best Hospitals for Pediatric Cancer. Thank you US News for this great honor year after year! Click below to see a list of all the diseases we treat.

    Diseases Treated at St. Jude

    Read about pediatric cancers and blood disorders treated at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

  • PEOPLE ranks St. Jude at #23 on their list for Top 50 Companies that Care, based on the Great Place to Work survey. Thank you @People for this great honor!

    See the 2018 List of PEOPLE's 50 Companies That Care

    PEOPLE partners with Great Place to Work® to identify the top U.S. companies caring for their communities, their employees, and the world. Here's the 50 companies doing that in 2018. PEOPLE partners with Great Place to Work® to identify the top U.S. companies caring for their communities, their employees, and the world.

  • Meet our Administrative Director of Nursing, Tiffany Rooks, and see what she loves most about working at St. Jude!

    St. Jude Employee Spotlight: administrative director - Nursing Administration

    Tiffany Rooks, Administrative Director of Nursing Administration, works with nurses and patients on a daily basis. She notes how St. Jude employees' joy and mindfulness toward the mission has inspired her since Day One. Her role fulfills several different functions, varying from patient care initiatives to the hospital's strategic goals.

  • Construction of our new state-of-the-art Advanced Research Center has begun! This new facility is being constructed to give our scientific and clinical researchers the tools and space they need to make life-saving discoveries.

    St. Jude Announces Plans for State-of-the-Art Advanced Research Center

    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is poised to break ground on a new $412 million research facility in spring 2018. The new advanced research center marks the beginning of a new era of scientific advancement emerging at St. Jude.

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