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St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants, gave $2.5 million to the UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute. (Photo courtesy of St. Baldricks)

St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants, gave $2.5 million to the UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute. (Photo courtesy of St. Baldricks)

Grant will double the number of children who receive genomic analysis in cancer fight

The grant supports the Treehouse Childhood Cancer Initiative, which brings the power of genomics and big-data analytics to bear on the challenge of finding effective treatments for children with cancer.

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History professor wins 2016 Grace Abbott Prize

History professor wins 2016 Grace Abbott Prize

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Graduate earns Sutter medical school scholarship

Graduate earns Sutter medical school scholarship

Cecilia Im, who began at UC Santa Cruz in 2012, conducted undergraduate research ranging from fungal cell biology to blood stem cells.

Former farm apprentice links art and agriculture

Former farm apprentice links art and agriculture

Harrell Fletcher, who recently created the campus-wide Collective Museum, will speak at the sixth annual Farm to Fork benefit dinner.

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