Meet the Program Directors

Sanjiv S. Agarwala, MD

“Oncology is a rapidly changing and complicated field. Join us this spring to interact with the top experts in the field and to gain the perspective and pearls you need to make sense of new data and trends. You’ll leave with take home messages that you can apply in your practice and improve the outcomes of your patients.”
— Sanjiv S. Agarwala, MD

Edward S. Kim, MD, FACP

“This program is focused on the ‘practicing’ clinician – featuring useful, practice-changing information for the multidisciplinary team. Faculty will offer valuable interpretation of data so the newest treatments, diagnostics and biomarkers can be incorporated immediately into practice. Clinicians will also find the case-based discussions to be significantly meaningful, made possible by the smaller size of this meeting.”
— Edward S. Kim, MD, FACP, FACSO

Joyce A. O’Shaughnessy

“CME programs like this one that synthesize and vet the most important, clinically relevant treatment and diagnostic information for practicing oncologists are essential – especially given how rapidly new data and treatment options are becoming available. It’s extremely valuable to discuss the controversial areas of management with faculty and colleagues to hear all sides of the data.”
— Joyce A. O’Shaughnessy, MD

WE’RE FOCUSED ON YOU, THE PRACTICING CLINICIAN

Your multidisciplinary cancer care team is encouraged to attend together
physicians  •  physician assistants  •  nurses  •  pharmacists

Benefit from education beyond the typical meeting experience

  • Top experts in the field narrow down new data and trends that are most valuable to you
  • Faculty don’t just show you the data, we interpret it and make sense of it for patient application
  • You’ll receive practical, clinical information you can use the very next day
  • Presentations are in short, interactive case and debate format vs. lengthy, didactic lectures
  • Our program covers the cancers you treat most frequently and will find most useful in everyday practice
 

We’ve made significant changes to the 2020 meeting!