Women in Oncology: Leukemia Therapies in Humans, for HumansJuly 24th 2022
Judith Karp, MD, Azra Raza, MD, and Michelle M. Le Beau, PhD, discuss their proudest career accomplishments, including the investigation of potential treatments using a patient’s first cancerous cell, advances in cytogenetics, and a rational design for clinical trials involving cell cytokinetics..
Women in Oncology: Finding Strength and Support in CommunityJuly 24th 2022
Judith Karp, MD, Azra Raza, MD,, and Michelle M. Le Beau, PhD, discuss how their gender has shaped their professional lives, from working as some of the only female clinical faculty at their institutions to being compared to their male colleagues and denied opportunities when working independently from men.
Women in Oncology: Career Obstacles Turned Into OpportunitiesJuly 11th 2022
Judith Karp, MD; Azra Raza, MD; and Michelle M. Le Beau, PhD, share the challenges they chose to mold into career goals, including developing a new technology to study cell cytokinetics, identifying gene phenotypes, and recognizing that leukemia diseases stem from the same root issues in DNA.
Women in Oncology: How Leukemia Treatment has Changed and Stayed Stagnant Over the YearsJuly 8th 2022
Judith Karp, MD; Azra Raza, MD; and Michelle M. Le Beau, PhD, highlight the decades-long evolution of the leukemia field and express challenges such as defining the causes of leukemia and developing therapies to treat the disease and mitigate adverse effects like bone pain.