The Sol Goldman Pancreatic Cancer Research Center

What's New 2019


4th Sol Goldman International Conference

The 4th Sol Goldman International Conference on Pancreatic Cancer was held April 10-11, 2019 on the Mount Washington campus of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The focus of this year's Think Tank was familial pancreatic cancer. The discussions were broad and deep, and most of all wonderfully thought provoking. The think tank ended with a lively discussion of impactful ways to move the field forward. Participants included:

Emmanuel Antonarakis, MD (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine),
Susan Domchek, MD (University of Pennsylvania),
Elliot Fishman, MD (Johns Hopkins University),
Michael Goggins, MD (Johns Hopkins University),
Ralph Hruban, MD (Johns Hopkins University),
Reed Jobs (Emerson Collective),
David Kelsen, MD, PhD (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center),
Scott Kern, MD (Johns Hopkins University),
Kenneth W. Kinzler, PhD (Johns Hopkins University),
Alison Klein, PhD, MPH (Johns Hopkins University),
Benjamin Lewis, MD (New York-Presbyterian/Columbia),
Prof. Christopher Lord, DPhil (The Institute of Cancer Research, London, United Kingdom),
Nicholas Papadopoulos, PhD (Johns Hopkins University),
Nicholas Roberts, VetMB, PhD (Johns Hopkins University),
Patrick Soon-Shiong, MD (NantWorks),
Ian Tomlinson, PhD, FRCPath, FMedSci (University of Birmingham),
Bert Vogelstein, MD (Johns Hopkins University),
Joshua Vogelstein, PhD (Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University),
R. Jacob Vogelstein, PhD (Camden Partners Holdings, LLC),
George Zogopoulos, MD, PhD (McGill University),
Lee Zou, PhD (Harvard Medical School).

Think Tank 2019

Think Tank 2019
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- April 2019



Emma's Crafts for a Cure

Emma Shaw is seven years old and lost her grandfather to pancreatic cancer in 2017. To honor his memory she started "Emma's Crafts for a Cure". Emma makes and sells jewelry at local events, specifically to raise money for the Sol Goldman Pancreatic Cancer Research Center. Over her Christmas break Emma and her parents came to Johns Hopkins, toured the pancreatic cancer research labs and presented a check for over $500 to support research in the Goldman Center. What a remarkable young woman!

Emma's Crafts for a Cure

Emma's Crafts for a Cure

Emma's Crafts for a Cure

- January 2019



Remembering John (W)

On August 18, 2018, a group of John's friends gathered together to remember John and to ride to raise donations in support of Pancreatic Cancer Research at the Johns Hopkins Sol Goldman Pancreatic Cancer Research Center. This was the 7th annual REMEMBERING JOHN (W) ride and the group covered 20+ miles on the York Heritage Railtrail from Hanover Junction to the Mason-Dixon line and back. They raised $3,300 for cancer research.
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Remembering John W 2018

- January 2019