Maria Menounos, Emmy® Award-winning journalist, author and actress, joins the 2020 ABTA National Conference as Keynote Speaker to share her journey going from caregiver to brain tumor patient to survivor.
The largest brain tumor educational meeting is going virtual and offering a free live webcast, Friday, Sept. 11 and Saturday, Sept 12, 10 AM – 5 PM CT. Sessions cover topics for newly diagnosed, survivors and caregivers.
The ABTA announces six recipients of our Medical Student Summer Fellowship grants. We’re investing in medical students to seed the field with future brain tumor physician-scientists.
Brain Tumor Awareness Month not only highlights the complex, evolving needs of patients, survivors and caregivers, but also showcases the impact of an unprecedented global pandemic on the ABTA. Learn more about how you can get “All in for ABTA.”
Albert Lai, MD, PhD is leading a UCLA research lab for primary brain tumors, including high grade gliomas and glioblastoma. But he credits the launch of his career with the ABTA. Learn how your donations can help jumpstart a brain tumor researcher’s career.