A younger Stacy L. Cooper, MD, had no idea she would one day be honored as a Sohn Fellow working at the preeminent Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, and juggling clinical care while developing novel therapies for acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
Alexandra has survived three different types of cancer throughout her life. Since beating spindle cell sarcoma at age 12, she’s gone on to become a student at UCLA and is studying to become a physician after being inspired by her own medical caretakers. Read more »
Our Scientific Advisory Board chooses projects that are likely to make critical contributions to current pediatric cancer research and play a part in bringing the latest and most promising lifesaving treatments for these children.