Dr. Dietmar Siemann Presents at UF Cancer Research Conference for Science Teachers

Dr. Dietmar Siemann, Dr. Dietmar Siemann, John P. Cofrin Professorship in Radiation Therapy; Associate Chair for Research, Department of Radiation; Oncology Co-Leader, Cancer Biology Concentration, Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences, UF College of Medicine; and Associate Director, Education and Training, UF Health Cancer CenterDr. Dietmar Siemann presented cutting-edge research taking place at UF and connected with scientists, physicians and students at the the first University of Florida Health Cancer Center annual conference for middle and high school science teachers this summer.

Dr. Siemann, John P. Cofrin Professorship in Radiation Therapy, is the Associate Chair for Research, Department of Radiation; Oncology Co-Leader, Cancer Biology Concentration, Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences, UF College of Medicine; and Associate Director, Education and Training, UF Health Cancer Center.

The event highlighted current cancer research and important cancer topics for the UF catchment area.

Speakers presented cutting-edge research taking place at UF and connected with scientists, physicians and students to engage in a dialogue about community health and well-being, build relationships with educators in the community and raise awareness and disseminate information about cancer risk and prevention.

Read more about the conference in the University of Florida Health Cancer Center Connection Newsletter.

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