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Camidge and Datta Detail the Career of an “Opportunistic Nomad”

Drs Camidge and Datta highlight Dr Datta’s career as a surgeon-scientist and research that aims to improve systemic therapies for pancreatic cancer.

How This Is Building Me, hosted by world-renowned oncologist D. Ross Camidge, MD, PhD, is a podcast focused on the highs and lows, ups and downs of all those involved with cancer, cancer medicine, and cancer science across the full spectrum of life’s experiences.

In this episode, Dr Camidge sits down with Jashodeep Datta, MD, to discuss pivotal moments in Dr Datta’s oncology career. Dr Datta is an assistant professor of surgery, co-leader of the Gastrointestinal Site Disease Group at the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, and associate director of Translational Research at the Sylvester Pancreatic Cancer Research Institute in Florida.

Drs Camidge and Datta highlight the nuances of Dr Datta’s career as a surgeon-scientist, the unexpected intersections between music and surgery, his research that aims to improve systemic therapies for pancreatic cancer that will in turn improve surgical operations, and more.

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