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The Clinical Needs Assessment Core is hosting a seminar on behalf of Boston University’s NIH U54 Center for Future Technologies in Cancer Care. This seminar will explore challenges faced by oncologists in global health settings, discuss technology advances that could improve the standards of care, and what current technologies are available including their strong points and shortcomings.

Global Health: Challenges in Cancer Care

Date
December 6, 2016
Time
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Pre-registration required?
Yes
Registration closed?
No

The Clinical Needs Assessment Core is hosting a seminar on behalf of Boston University’s NIH U54 Center for Future Technologies in Cancer Care. We will explore challenges faced by oncologists in global health settings, discuss technology advances that could improve the standards of care, and what current technologies are available including their strong points and shortcomings. The seminar will wrap up with an engineer’s perspective, as an engineering researcher discusses how she became involved in technology development for clinical applications, describing the MD (clinician) PhD (engineer) relationship. This will be a seminar for clinicians and researchers interested in understanding, seeking questions and exploring solutions that will help to define the future of point of care for cancer care technologies.

Speakers

Dr. Franklin Huang, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Dr. Jennifer Barton, The University of Arizona
Dr. Tom Randall, MGH, DFCI/Harvard Cancer Center
Dr. Rachel Masch, Basic Health International

Location

Smith Building, Room 308

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
450 Brookline Ave, Boston, MA 02215

Directions to Building:
Please enter through 450 Brookline Ave (Yawkey Building)
Proceed to elevators, exit on 3rd floor
Follow the signs to Smith (Yawkey and Smith buildings are connected)