SNO member Choi-Fong Cho
Finalist for the Brigham and Women's Bright Future's Prize
Every year, the Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) selects three internal scientists or physician/scientists as competing finalists for The BRIght Futures Prize, which support investigators across the Brigham Research Institute (BRI) as they work to answer provocative questions or solve grand problems in medicine. The winner of the prize is selected by popular vote, in a world-wide, on-line voting process. The winner will receive $100,000 from BWH to fund their research project.
This year, SNO member and young brain tumor researcher, Dr. Choi-Fong Cho,
is a finalist. Her project involves developing brain tumor precision medicines that can cross the blood-brain barrier and target brain tumor cells. SNO congratulates Dr. Cho on this achievement and is pleased to share this news with the neuro-oncology community.
To learn more and to vote for Dr. Cho in support of her project, click here.