Breakfast Seminar: Alicyn Campbell, Global Head of Patient Centered Outcomes Research for Oncology, Genentech
Patient Relevant Endpoints in Oncology Drug Development: How Do We Assess Value and Benefit of a New Treatment?
Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society Spring Meeting Featuring: John E. French, PhD, Samir N. Kelada, PhD, Turdy F.C. Mackay, PhD, and Stephanie J. London, MD, DrPH
GEMS Spring Meeting: Understanding How Genetic Variation Modifies Responses to Environmental Exposures
The Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society (GEMS) announces its Spring Meeting to be held on April 27th at the EPA (RTP). Registration is free and attendees can buy lunch at the EPA cafeteria. Although registration is free, we still need to know whether you plan to attend in order to notify the EPA security desk. We also need to ensure that we have sufficient capacity for the webinar connection.
101 Manning Drive, Chapel Hill NC
Presentation by Karla Thompson, PhD. Find out how chemotherapy can affect attention, memory and thinking in cancer patients. This lecture will provide tips and resources on how to cope with “Chemo Brain.” This free community Lunch and Learn Presentation is presented by the UNC Cancer Network.
William J. Kaiser, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Emory University School of Medicine
George Rose, Johns Hopkins
Supriya Prasanth, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Illinois, Chicago
Peter Daszak, Ph.D., EcoHealth Alliance
Breakfast Seminar: Jennifer Wolff, Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, Johns Hopkins University
A Look at "Family" in Person- and Family-Centered Care: What Does it Mean?
On April 18, Debbie's Dream Foundation will host its 5th Stomach Cancer Education Symposium for in person attendees and via live webcast. All patients, families, caregivers, the general public, and health care professionals are invited to attend for free. Pre-registration is required.