Mentor Memos
  • In this issue, we interview Brian Lawenda, MD, clinical director of 21st Century Oncology in Las Vegas, Nevada, adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana, and founder of IntegrativeOncology-Essentials.com. We are thrilled to include an oncologist  who is a social media enthusiast in this series.
    VOLUME: 4:1
  • Oncology Fellow Advisor presents our Day in the Life series. In each segment, we interview a prominent thought leader about how he or she got into the field of oncology and his or her typical workday.
    VOLUME: 3:3
  • In this issue, we interview Jennifer Eads, MD, recent recipient of the 2011 American Society for Clinical Oncology Merit Award. Dr. Eads is now in her third year of fellowship in hematology and oncology at University Hospitals Case Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. We are thrilled to include a fellow in this series.
    VOLUME: 3:2
  • The knowledge students gain in medical school usually is imparted by classroom instruction—one teacher, many learners. But once students advance into fellowships, navigating the subtleties of oncology, choosing research opportunities, and making good career decisions often requires the more individually tailored communications found in good mentoring relationships.
    VOLUME: 3:1
  • Earlier this year, Sandra Swain, MD, wrote and published a paper that in some ways defines her career. The study was a drug trial of patients diagnosed with early breast cancer, an area in which Dr. Swain is recognized as an international authority.
    VOLUME: 2:4
  • In this issue, we interview Rajul K. Jain, MD, chief fellow of the hematology/oncology fellowship for 2009 to 2010 at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Center in Houston.
    VOLUME: 2:3
  • In this issue, we interview Jamal Rahaman, MD, DGO, FACS, FACOG, fellowship director in the Division of Gynecologic Oncology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and director, Gynecologic Oncology Chemotherapy Service at Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY.
    VOLUME: 2:02
  • In this issue, we interview Karin Hahn, MD, MSc (Micro), MPH, MSc (EBHC), FRCPC, assistant professor, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, associate program director, M.D. Anderson Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program, and chief of medical oncology, Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital, in Houston. Dr. Hahn serves as an editorial board member of Oncology Fellow Advisor.
    VOLUME: 2:1
  • Oncology Fellow Advisor presents our Day in the Life series. In each segment, we interview a prominent thought leader about how they got into the field of oncology and their typical workday. In this issue, we interview Andrew Seidman, MD.
    VOLUME: 1
  • For fellows attempting to bolster their CVs with published manuscripts, creating a concise and well-written paper is merely the first step.
    VOLUME: 1:03
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