Alina M. Currently, I serve as the director of UW Medicine's Genitourinary Cancers Program, giving frequent lectures, educating other oncologists and trainees and publishing novel research.
I also conduct clinical trials, one of which led to the FDA approval of new drugs for bladder and urothelial cancer Professor, Radiation Oncology Evangelia D. Razis is also a representative figure in the medical oncology communuty in Greece, joining ASCO's Quality Oncology Practice Initiative QOPI inher institution being one of the first ones to join this programme outside the United States and the first to be accredited.
Gabriela Chiorean, M. Gabriela Chiorean strives to improve care for patients with gastrointestinal and pancreatic cancers. She leads early-stage clinical trials of new therapies for these cancers, including new chemotherapies, immunotherapies and targeted drugs.
She also aims to identify biomarkers of cancer, such as molecules in the blood, that could be developed into a minimally invasive test for the early detection of cancers or precancers.