Neurocognitive functioning among childhood cancer survivors


Have a look at our flyer or contact our team! We will do our best to answer your questions.

Neurocognitive functioning among childhood cancer survivors

Our study

Researchers at Rutgers University are recruiting children between the ages of 6 and 17 to participate in a research study investigating cognitive functioning in childhood cancer survivors. The main focus of the study is to better understand how chemotherapy affects the brain in childhood cancer survivors, which will help us develop better treatments for childhood cancer.

If you are interested in our study and want to learn more, pleaseĀ carefully read ourĀ flyer. It includes detailed information about the study. We thank you very much for your time and interest! Please do not hesitate to contact our research team if you have any questions.


Our team


Dr. Travis E. Baker,
Principal Investigator

Dr. Mei-Heng Lin,
Study coordinator

Sally Cole,
Research Assistant