Why Do Cancer Research?
Learn why BYU students are contributing to the search for a cure through the Simmons Center for Cancer Research’s Summer Cancer Research Fellowship program.
2017 Summer Cancer Research Fellowship Application Now Open
Awards are open to undergraduate and graduate students; the competitive stipend allows recipients to devote their complete attention to full-time research under the direction of his or her faculty member. The application deadline is January 13 by 5 PM.
To access the application, click here.
2016 Summer Cancer Research Fellows Announced
Kiara Vaden (Molecular Biology)
Jintao Jiang (Organic Chemistry)
Deborah Johnson (MMBIO)
Mark Roth (Biochemistry)
Tsz Yin Chan (Biochemistry)
Kai Li Ong (MMBIO)
Weston Bodily (Biology)
Nicole Tensmeyer (Biochemistry)
Michelle Townsend (MMBIO)
Kelsey Phillips (PDBIO)
Jordan Finnell (Biochemistry)
Matthew Smith (Molecular Biology)
Jenny Pattison (Microbiology)
PJ Tatlow (Bioinformatics)
Ankur Jalan (Organic Chemistry)
James Lee (Bioinformatics)
Matt Schinn (Chemical Engineering)
2015 Year-Long Cancer Research Fellows Are Announced
The Simmons Center for Cancer Research has unveiled its first year-long cancer research fellowship at a faculty dinner in November. To learn about new fellowship and about the 2015 fellowship recipients, read more.
Cancer Research Center Renamed for Distinguished Chemist and Former Director
The College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences and the College of Life Sciences recently announced the renaming of the BYU Cancer Research Center to “The Simmons Center for Cancer Research.” This name change comes as Dr. Daniel L. Simmons steps down as director of the center after seventeen years of service.
20 Years and Running
For 20 years, the Rex Lee Run for a Cure has supported cancer research at BYU through the Simmons Center for Cancer Research. Watch the stories of runners and who they honor through the Rex Lee Run below.