Cancer: Cells to Society
Mark your calendar for this seminar series for Rogel Cancer Center Trainees
This series will provide everyone working in the cancer field with a solid high-level understanding of the most important current issues and advances in cancer research. The focus will be on cancer research, specifically where the field is now and where it's going?
Topics are to be of broad-ranging interest and accessible to all disciplines -- this is not a deep dive -- it is an opportunity to bring together trainees to enhance team science.
Talks will be delivered at a high level designed for anyone working in the cancer field to understand, regardless of specialty. Each seminar will include two presenters, and organizers hope to foster some friendly debate.
2018 - 2019 Schedule
The following seminars take place in Medical School Building 1 (MS1) room 3330, from 12-1pm:
September 6, 2018
Global Health: A million Africans dying from cancer every year by 2030: Why should you care? presented by:
Sofia Merajver MD, PhD and Evelyn Jiagge MD, PhD, Breast Oncology Research
November 1, 2018
Cancer Disparities: Social and policy factors that affect disparities in cancer risk
Kristi Gamarel PhD, EdM and Nancy Fleischer PhD, MPH, School of Public Health
January 10, 2019
Tumor dormancy & Late Relapse – Title TBD
Frank Cackowski MD, PhD, Hematology/Oncology and Russ Taichman DMD, DMSc, School of Dentistry
March 7, 2019
HPV+ Cancer – Title TBD
Diane Harper MD, MPH, Family Medicine and Tom Carey, PhD, Otolaryngology
May 2, 2019
From single gene to big data – Title TBD
Eric Fearon MD, PhD, Molecular Medicine & Genetics and Bhramar Mukherjee PhD, School of Public Health