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Catherine E. Lai, MD, MPH

Articles

Women in Oncology: Leaving Passionate Legacies

October 28th 2022

Courtney DiNardo, MD, MSCE; Eunice Wang, MD; and Jessica Altman, MD, discuss the scientific achievements they have witnessed in the field of leukemia and their hopes for the future of treating this disease.

Women in Oncology: The Value of Female Leadership

October 28th 2022

Courtney DiNardo, MD, MSCE; Eunice Wang, MD; and Jessica Altman, MD, discuss how they turned career obstacles into opportunities and what they have learned from being women in the leukemia field.

Women in Oncology: Opportunities for Success Through Mentorship

October 27th 2022

Courtney DiNardo, MD, MSCE; Eunice Wang, MD; and Jessica Altman, MD, discuss the importance of strong mentorship relationships and the unique growth opportunities they found at different points of their careers.

Women in Oncology: Actively Preparing for Advances in Leukemia Treatment

October 27th 2022

Courtney DiNardo, MD, MSCE; Eunice Wang, MD; and Jessica Altman, MD, discuss the toughest challenges they faced in the leukemia field at the start of their fellowships and careers.

Women in Oncology: Prioritization and Passionate Legacies

August 30th 2022

Selina M. Luger, MD, FRCPC, Gail J. Roboz, MD, and Wendy Stock, MD, discuss how being female affected their careers and share the scientific achievements they most want to be remembered for in the leukemia field.

Women in Oncology: Bringing Advances From the Lab Into the Clinic

August 19th 2022

Selina M. Luger, MD, FRCPC; Gail J. Roboz, MD; and Wendy Stock, MD, discuss what motivated them to continue working toward improvements in the leukemia field, even when outcomes were dismal and treatment options were scarce.

Women in Oncology: How Early Treatments Paved the Way for Future Advances

August 18th 2022

Selina M. Luger, MD, FRCPC; Gail J. Roboz, MD; and Wendy Stock, MD, discuss the challenges that accompanied the lack of progress in leukemia treatment when they began their fellowships and express their excitement about encouraging developments that have since emerged in the arena.

Women in Oncology: Career Obstacles Turned Into Opportunities

July 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 Years

July 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.

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