- DIPG Disruptors: 6 New Research Brain Tumor Efforts Underway - University of Michigan Lab Blog
- ATRX loss promotes tumor growth and impairs non homologous end joining DNA repair in glioma — Science Translational Medicine
- Newly developed mice model may lead to cancer treatment breakthroughs — The Michigan Daily
- St. Baldrick's Cancer Grant awarded to University of Michigan scientist
- Northwestern Mutual interview with Dr. Carl Koschmann, following his selection as an Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) Young Investigator
- Dr. Carl Koschmann Works with Tumor Genes to Block Out Cancer with Castro/Lowenstein Lab — University of Michigan Neurosurgery
We are thankful beyond words for the generous support from our donors and the University of Michigan Department of Pediatrics. The work we are doing in the Koschmann lab is novel, immediately translatable to the clinic, and in need of additional donor support. Please contact our lab (email@example.com) if you would like to support this work.
We are optimistic that this work will improve the treatments and outcomes for children and young adults with high-risk brain tumors.