Dr. Antonio Giordano
Virtual realities: research reveals promising intervention in cancer treatment
Type: News Story
Temple-led research shows that virtual reality can help reduce anxiety and improve mood in women undergoing chemotherapy.
January 22, 2020
Antonio Giordano holding a pipette, surrounded by tomatoes in a lab
Muse for cancer-fighting tomatoes study? Italian food
Type: News Story
Researcher Antonio Giordano says Italian cuisine and longevity inspired him to further investigate the dietary staple’s cancer-fighting ability.
August 28, 2017
Man wearing virtual reality goggles
Virtual reality might relieve symptoms of cancer treatment
Type: News Story
A Temple researcher shows that immersing patients in virtual reality scenarios might help reduce the stress of cancer treatment.
October 13, 2015
Siminoff appointed dean of Temple's College of Health Professions and Social Work
Type: News Story
President Neil D. Theobald has announced the appointment of Laura Siminoff as the dean of Temple's College of Health Professions and Social Work, effective March 1, 2014.
November 3, 2013
NIH grant focuses on nanotechnology to treat prostate cancer
Type: News Story
Through a five-year, $1.58 million R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health, Ho-Lun Wong, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, is using nanoparticles as a delivery system to target the prostate cancer cells with an RNA-based drug.
April 2, 2013
Coaches honored for work against cancer
Type: In the Media
September 12, 2012
'Stand Up 2 Cancer' helps local cancer research
Type: In the Media
September 7, 2012
Study shows how high-fat diets increase colon cancer risk
Type: News Story
A study led by Carmen Sapienza, professor of pathology in Temple’s Fels Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Biology, may explain why eating too much fat and sugar puts a person at greater risk for colon cancer.
March 6, 2012
Temple developed sensor could aid tumor detection
Type: In the Media
January 28, 2012
Temple sensor assists in detecting cancerous tumors
Type: In the Media
January 27, 2012
Temple engineer's invention enhances a doctor's touch
Type: In the Media
January 24, 2012
Tactile imaging sensor can assist doctors with early identification of tumors
Type: News Story
A tactile imaging sensor developed by Temple Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Chang-Hee Won can emulate human tactile sensation, which may help doctors get early information about lesions and tumors.
January 18, 2012
Lifestyle changes can lower breast cancer risk
Type: In the Media
December 8, 2011
Researcher receives grant to develop alternative leukemia treatment
Type: News Story
A Temple researcher has been awarded a grant from the University City Science Center to develop a tumor-inhibiting protein to treat acute myeloid leukemia (AML). George P.
March 18, 2011
Tumor-inhibiting protein discovered by Temple researchers could be effective in the treatment of leukemia
Type: News Story
Angiocidin, a tumor-inhibiting novel protein discovered by Temple University researchers, may also have a role as a new therapeutic application in treating leukemia, according to a study by the researchers.
July 15, 2008