UFHCC Hosts Successful Inaugural Southeastern Cancer Survivorship Symposium

Inaugural symposium brings together leading experts in cancer survivorship The UF Health Cancer Center hosted the inaugural Southeastern Cancer Survivorship Symposium on Nov. 9. The educational symposium provided the opportunity to learn more about holistic, patient-centered cancer research that supports individuals through their cancer journey, as well as cancer research funding opportunities.

The event was organized by Erin Mobley, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the department of surgery in the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville, and Raymond Mailhot, M.D., a clinical assistant professor in the UF department of radiation oncology, who are both members of the UF Health Cancer Center’s Cancer Control and Population Sciences research program (Raymond Mailhot, M.D., shown left, and Erin Mobley, Ph.D., shown right. Keynote speakers included Sharon Castellino, M.D., MSc, second from left, and Lisa Kahalley, Ph.D.).

Read more on the UF Health Cancer Center website.


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