Practical Insights on How to Improve Comprehensive Biomarker Testing in Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
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Join the Association of Community Cancer Centers on April 3rd at 3:00pm ET for Practical Insights on How to Improve Comprehensive Biomarker Testing in Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Webinar. During this 30-minute, interactive webinar you will hear key tips from experts on how to obtain and handle tissue for testing. Fairfield Medical Center will also share insights and lessons learned from creating a new biomarker testing workflow.
Adam Fox, MD
Medical University of South Carolina
I am a pulmonologist at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). I was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina and completed my undergraduate education at the University of South Carolina in Biology and Chemistry. I completed medical school at MUSC, internal medicine training at Virginia Commonwealth University, and returned to MUSC for fellowship training in pulmonary and critical care medicine. I have a clinical focus on pulmonary nodule evaluation and diagnosis of thoracic malignancies. I am currently on a Calabresi K12 Career Development Award and my research interests include investigating the role of biomarkers for early detection of lung cancer and utilization of biomarkers that direct treatment decisions in non-small cell lung cancer. I am also completing a master’s in health services and outcomes research at Northwestern University. Outside of work I enjoy swimming, cooking, and spending time with my wife, dog, and newborn baby girl.
Pablo Gutman, MD, MBA
Chairman, Pathology Department and Medical Director
Holy Cross Hospital Cancer Institute
Dr. Pablo Gutman is the Chairman of the Pathology Department and Medical Director of the Cancer Program at Holy Cross Health (part of Trinity health), a hospital system in the suburbs of Washington DC. As a pathologist, and given his research experience in molecular biology early in his career, he has become particularly interested in optimizing tissue acquisition and processing for the diagnosis and molecular testing of tumors, as well as simplifying and integrating molecular data into pathology reports and the electronic medical record. As Medical Director of the Cancer Institute at Holy Cross Health, he is heavily involved in strategic and operational aspects of running one of the busiest Cancer Centers in the State of Maryland.
Fairfield Medical Center Cancer Program
Fairfield Medical Center
For more than a century, Fairfield Medical Center has been a regional healthcare provider for southern-central Ohio. Fairfield Medical Center’s cancer program is accredited by the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer. The program offers comprehensive cancer care in which board-certified medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, highly trained surgeons and other cancer care team members work together to provide a tailored treatment plan for each patient.