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Biography - Jennifer Crawford

Jennifer Crawford

Jennifer Crawford began writing about biomedical research as an intern in the NCI's Health Communications Internship Program. Her interests include basic bioscience, especially cell-signaling research, oncology clinical trials, and the application of basic science discoveries to patient treatment. Jennifer has a bachelor's degree in chemistry and a Ph.D. in biochemistry. She joined the NCI Cancer Bulletin in 2011.

Selected articles by Jennifer Crawford:

Expanding the Playing Field: Immune-Based Therapy Shows Potential for Lung, Other Cancers

Leading Health Organizations Revise Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines

Targeted Therapies Offer Treatment Options for Advanced Kidney Cancer

New Graphic Tobacco Warning Labels Backed by Research

Despite Early Skepticism, HPV Vaccines Prove Effective

A Conversation with Dr. Mason Bond on Improving the Treatment of Patients with Ewing Sarcoma