New Rochelle, NY - September 24, 2016

(Co-hosted by NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital/ ColumbiaDoctors)

Date: Saturday – September 24, 2016
Time:  8:15am – 12:00pm
Location:
Iona College
Murphy Auditorium
715 North Avenue
New Rochelle, NY  10801

For directions and a map click here.

Presenters and Topics

Time Agenda

8:15am

Registration/Light Breakfast

Moderator

Maureen Killackey, MD
Clinical Director, NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Cancer Program
Professor of Medicine and Professor of Obstetrics/Gynecology
Columbia University Medical Center

9:00am

Welcome
Samantha Guild
AIM at Melanoma

Michael J. Fosina, MPH, FACHE
President
NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital

9:15am

Skin Safety, Screening, NY Efforts at Melanoma Prevention
Larisa Geskin, MD
Associate Professor of Dermatology in Medicine at the Columbia University Medical Center
Director, Comprehensive Skin Cancer Center

9:40am

The Role of Radiation Therapy in Melanoma
Henry Lee, MD, PhD
Director of Radiation Oncology, NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital
Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology, Columbia University Medical Center

10:05am

Immunotherapy in Melanoma
Yvonne Saenger, MD, PhD
Director, Melanoma Immunotherapy
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia Campus

10:30am

Break

10:40am

The Present and Future of Targeted Therapy in Melanoma
Richard Carvajal, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center
Director, Experimental Therapeutics
Director, Melanoma Service

11:05am

The Future of Melanoma Therapy: how melanoma research has impacted cancer care
Omid Hamid, MD
The Angeles Clinic & Research Institute
Chief of Research/Immuno-Oncology

11:30am

Q&A

11:55am

Closing

Other Information:
Bagels and coffee will be provided.
If you have any questions, please email sguild@AIMatMelanoma.org or call 914-787-5000.

 

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