Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center | Buffalo, NY - October 13, 2018

(Co-hosted by Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center)

Date: Saturday – October 13, 2018
Time: 8:15am – 12:00pm EST
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Gaylord Cary Conference Hall, Research Studies Center, Room 122
Elm & Carlton Streets
Buffalo, New York 14263

AIM’s Living With Melanoma Symposiums bring together leading medical and wellness professionals with people affected by melanoma to learn, connect, and share. Whether you are recently diagnosed, are in treatment, or have completed treatment, this is the place for you!

Remember you can join us via live streaming from the comfort of your home. Live streaming allows you to watch and listen to the symposiums in real time, giving you access to the information presented at each cancer center.

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Research Studies Center – Building #5 on campus map (across from parking ramp)
Parking Ramp – Building #25 on campus map

Presenters and Topics







The Melanoma Primer for Patients
Marc S. Ernstoff, MD
Professor & Chair, Department of Medicine
Sr. Vice President for Clinical Investigation
The Katherine Anne Gioia Chair in Cancer Medicine


Mole or Monster: Recognizing Melanoma
Gyorgy Paragh, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor Oncology, Dermatology


Behind the Scenes: The Modern Role of Pathology in Melanoma Care
Paul Bogner, MD
Associate Professor of Oncology
Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Department of Dermatology
Head of Dermatopathology
Program Director, Oncologic Surgical Pathology Fellowship




Strategies for Screening and Prevention of Melanoma
Mary Reid, PhD
Professor of Oncology
Director of Cancer Screening and Survivorship
Associate Dean of Graduate Curriculum


Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy: What it Does and Doesn’t Do
John Kane, MD
Chairman, Department of Surgical Oncology
Chief, Sarcoma/Melanoma
Professor of Oncology
Director, Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program


Systemic Therapy for Metastatic Melanoma: State of Art in 2018
Igor Puzanov, MD
Professor of Medicine
Director, Early Phase Clinical Trials
Co-Leader, Experimental Therapeutics Program
Chief, Melanoma Service


Patient Experience


Q & A



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Parking and bagels and coffee included.
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