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Biology graduate students Yvess Adamian and Malachaia Hoover working with biology professor Jonathan Kelber in the lab.CSUN Biology Team Announces Groundbreaking Cancer Research Method

Hundreds of millions of cancer samples, each the size of a saltine cracker, have been archived across the globe. These samples contain genetic information that can radically improve cancer patient survival – even curing difficult-to-treat tumor types. Extracting this information out of these cancer samples has been a major bottleneck to progress in oncology research — until now. Continue reading about the CSUN Biology Team.

Jon Stahl and Nate Thomas with actor Warren Beatty at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's annual dinner.Hollywood Foreign Press Awards CSUN $60,000 for Senior Film Projects

Justin Timberlake, Hugh Grant, Emma Stone, Gina Rodriguez and Simon Helberg were among the celebrities on hand last month when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) awarded California State University, Northridge $65,000 to support film students. Continue reading about the Hollywood Foreign Press Association awards for CSUN.

Professor Merav Efrat working with one of her lactation education students.CSUN Offers Course in Lactation Education

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that new mothers, whenever possible, breastfeed their babies exclusively for the first six months of life. But that’s easier said than done for a lot of women. Continue reading about the Lactation Education course.

Cameron MooneyCSUN Music Therapy Graduate Rekindles Hope for Grieving Children at the Dee Dee Jackson Foundation

Cameron Mooney ’13 (Music Therapy) has been a busy man since graduating from California State University, Northridge. From Malibu to South Los Angeles, Mooney works in three to four different cities in the LA area on a typical workday, serving populations from young children to adults in rehabilitation, with five different programs and nonprofit initiatives. Continue reading about Cameron Mooney and the Dee Dee Jackson Foundation.

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