The Division of Cytopathology
Support Our Research
The treatment of cancer is undergoing a radical change. In the future, patients will no longer receive "generic" chemotherapy, but rather therapy that is specifically tailored to their tumor. This will require the application of sensitive new molecular tools to traditional biopsy methods, such as those used by cytopathologists.
We strongly believe that the application of molecular techniques to cytologic biopsy samples will vastly improve the detection and treatment of cancer in the future. But these new technologies require resources above and beyond those we have already dedicated to this research. Financial support is needed to develop creative new approaches to cancer diagnosis, including breast cancer, lung cancer, liver cancer, melanoma, and cervical cancer.
Individuals may give direct donations, leave money as a bequest, or ask that donations be sent in lieu of flowers. Those wishing to support Cytopathology research at Johns Hopkins may do so by sending your tax-deductible contribution payable to the Johns Hopkins University to:
c/o Robert Kahl
Department of Pathology
Johns Hopkins Medicine
600 N. Wolfe Street, Carnegie 417
Baltimore, MD 21287-6417
Cytopathology Fellowships & Funds
- Yener S. Erozan Fellowship in Cytopathology
About the Erozan Fellowship
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- Dorothy Rosenthal, M.D. Cytopathology Fund
Support the fund
For further gift information please contact the Pathology Department Development Office at 443-287-4749 or HopkinsPathology@jhmi.edu..
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