ASH Review Portland, Highlights from SABCS, and Thoracic Oncology San Diego
The Binaytara Foundation is facilitating three conferences with varying focuses at the beginning of the year. These meetings include BTF’s ASH Annual Meeting Review in Portland, OR on January 6-7; Highlights from SABCS on January 21 in Seattle, WA; and the Multidisciplinary Thoracic Oncology Symposium on February 3-4 in San Diego, CA.
ASH Annual Meeting Review
At this meeting, faculty will present important information, findings, and impacts on care from the ASH 22 conference. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from hematology experts and participate in discussions relevant to their work and patients.
Dr. Sri Tantravahi is the conference chair and will be joined by faculty from the Mayo Clinic, University of Washington, Fred Hutch, and Oregon Health & Science University, among others. The meeting will feature a tumor board-style case-based discussion moderated by Dr. Tantravahi and Dr. Aaron Goodman. Dr. Natasha Goodwin of Providence Healthcare, Dr. Eva Medvedova of Oregon Health & Science University, and Dr. Curtis Lachowiez of Oregon Health & Science University will be panelists.
Highlights from SABCS
Dr. Fengting Yan and Dr. Janice Kim are leading this conference as the co-chairs and hope to offer key advances, presentations, and impacts from the SABCS meeting in Texas. Some doctors may have been unable to attend, and Dr. Yan wants to provide access to the information and continue the conversation.
“We are bringing all the local experts together to focus on the most relevant updates for the audience and making it interactive with case discussions.”Dr. Fengting Yan
Highlights from SABCS will feature leading oncologists in the field of breast cancer from around the country, including Dr. Nancy Davidson, Dr. Angelena Crown, and Dr. Wendy Wang. These physicians represent various specialties and expertise within breast oncology.
Multidisciplinary Thoracic Oncology Symposium
Hosted in beautiful San Diego, this conference will focus on thoracic malignancies and the current management strategies for lung cancer. Drs. Kristin Higgins and Sandip Patel have gathered leading thoracic oncologists who will share their expertise. The program features in-depth discussion and analysis of the latest scientific findings and practice-changing advances in molecular testing and targeted therapies for thoracic oncology.
Doctors from a wide range of institutions and universities are among those speaking, including City of Hope, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Rutgers University Health, and Scripps Health.
The Binaytara Foundation is a global cancer non-profit dedicated to improving access to cancer care in the United States and abroad through education and innovative program models that break down barriers and advance best practices in hematology and oncology. Binaytara Foundation’s major projects include hematology and oncology conferences, and the establishment of a cancer hospital in Nepal. Donate here to change lives!