June 2011 Archives

Register for Medical Oncology and Hematology 2011 Conference

cmeconf_sm.pngThe MD Anderson Cancer Center department of Physician Relations with the Division of Cancer Medicine is hosting a conference entitled Medical Oncology and Hematology 2011: Advances That Change Physician Practice on October 21 - 22, 2011.

Recognizing that physicians play a vital role in where a patient seeks oncology care, this is an opportune time to invite our colleagues to join in an educational forum to enhance our collective knowledge and experience in Clinical and Physicians Practice.

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center designates this live activity for a maximum of 15.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.  Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.





Tomasovic Recognized at Annual Trainee Lecture

PS10Apr12_03_1_sm.jpgIn honor of his contribution to the promotion of a quality educational experience for all students and trainees at MD Anderson Cancer Center, the Alumni & Faculty Association will formally recognize Stephen P. Tomasovic, Ph.D. on Wednesday, July 6th at Noon in the Hickey Auditorium at the annual Trainee Lecture event.

The Trainee Lecture panel discussion on Entrepreneurship will begin immediately following the recognition.  Meet the Panelists.docx

Co-hosted by the Graduate Student Association and the Postdoctoral Association.


For more information about the event, contact the alumni office at 713-794-1955 or alumni@mdanderson.org


Stephen P. Tomasovic, Ph.D.
Sr. VP for Academic Affairs

 

Current research contributions by MD Anderson Faculty

The Research Contributions to Making Cancer History® report is now available online and as a brochure and includes a number of the many research projects being conducted at MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Achievements are classified into broad categories, such as Basic and Laboratory Research; Detection, Predicting Outcomes and Risk Assessment; Cancer Prevention; Cancer Management and Quality of Life; and Innovations in Therapy.