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Pancreas Cancer Seminar Series Meeting

Pancreas Cancer Seminar Series Meeting

 

The Pancreas Cancer Seminar Series
is invited to attend a presentation by
 
Andrew D. Rhim, M.D.  
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Assistant Director for Translational Research (Int Med-GI)
University of Michigan
 
entitled

 

"Idiosyncrasies of Pancreatic Cancer: CPCs and RDDs"

 

When: Friday, August 29, 2014

Time: 8:00a.m. -9:00 a.m.

 

The Pancreas Cancer Seminar Series meeting (PCSS) is a bi-weekly series where a multi-disciplinary group meets to exchange ideas and research about pancreatic cancer.   Invited speakers come both from within the core group of pancreatic cancer researchers, as well as those that might contribute meaningfully to the ongoing team science efforts in pancreatic cancer on campus.

 

Date: 8/29/14, 8am to 9am
Time: 8/29/14, 8am to 9am
Location: Pickens Tower, FCT3.5001
Format: Seminar/Conference
CME: 0
Facilitator: Anirban Maitra, MBBS
Speaker: Andrew D. Rhim, M.D.
Speaker Bio: Andrew D. Rhim MD is Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine-Gastroenterology at the University of Michigan Medical School. Prior to his recruitment July 2013, Dr. Rhim was the William Osler MD Fellow in Medicine and Instructor of Medicine at the Perleman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Rhim completed his medical training, residency in internal medicine, clinical fellowship and research fellowship in genetics at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Rhim's research is focused on understanding the key molecular and cellular events that occur when precancerous lesions transform into cancer.
Sponsor: Gastrointestinal Medical Oncology / Sheikh Ahmed Center for Pancreatic Research
Contact: Sonya Tennant - (713) 794-4802 - stennant@mdanderson.org