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East Dane Designer Men's Fashion. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Deals and Shenanigans. Ring Smart Home Security Systems. PillPack Pharmacy Simplified. Scott C. Borinstein, M. His research interests are designed to improve the treatment and outcomes of children, teenagers, and young adults with cancer, translating discoveries from the bench to the clinic. His research goal is to understand how DNA methylation contributes to Ewing Sarcoma tumor formation and spread and to determine if methylation of certain genes could play a role in diagnosis, treatment, or the development of novel treatments for this disease.
Furthermore, Dr. Borinstein is involved in the development and implementation of clinical trials for sarcoma and AYA cancer patients, with a goal of integrating new drugs and protocols into our current cancer therapies that will improve the care of our patients. Borinstein also is actively involved in developing novel methods of improving the psychosocial well-being of AYA patients during and after being treated with cancer through the use of novel social media resources and interventions.
Michael R. DeBaun, M. His research has focused on understanding cerebrovascular injury, or stroke, in children with sickle cell disease, and improving management of their care.
DeBaun's work is also focused on better defining the impact and biological reasons asthma increases sickle cell disease morbidity and mortality. He is principal investigator for a second NIH study and is currently collaborating nationally and internationally to develop the first longitudinal cohort of children with sickle cell anemia who have been evaluated with repeated pulmonary function tests and sleep studies.
DeBaun is also an expert in genetic cancer predisposition syndromes. His work defined the natural history and biological basis of malformation and cancer in Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome BWS as an epigenetic syndrome, related to the expression of DNA through cell division, or phenotype, rather than the structure of DNA itself.
Adam Esbenshade, M.
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Esbenshade's ressearch focuses on cancer control, CNS malignancy, and survivorship. Debra Friedman, M. Friedman's research interests lie in the outcomes for pediatric and adult cancer survivors, as well as in the design of novel therapeutic protocols for childhood cancer, designed to decrease adverse long-term effects of therapy. She is a principal or co-investigator on grants funded by the National Cancer Institute and several foundations and is an internationally recognized expert in cancer survivorship, participating in projects evaluating best practices and models of care.