Massey physician-researcher becomes president of the Richmond Academy of Medicine
VCU Massey Cancer Center’s own Harry D. Bear, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Breast Health Program and medical director of the Clinical Trials Office at Massey, will officially be inaugurated as the Richmond Academy of Medicine’s (RAM) new president on January 12.
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A righteous purpose
“We have a righteous purpose,” says Richard “Rick” Moran, Ph.D., a preeminent scientist at VCU Massey Cancer Center. “I ask my research students to walk through the oncology clinic every day to refresh their memories as to why we are here. The patient is the very real endpoint for research.”
Massey Cancer Center helps patient be father of the bride at bedside ceremony
Martin Lenhardt, Ph.D., was relegated to bed on Oct. 10, with little to no energy or chance of leaving the hospital in the near future, even for a day. Still, at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Massey Cancer Center, as he lay in bed surrounded by family and friends, he was allowed to play his rightful part as the proud father of the bride to his youngest daughter Megan Kinnison.
Twitter chat on genomics and precision medicine
Recently, the National Cancer Institute hosted a Twitter on “Genomics and Precision Medicine in Oncology.” VCU Massey Cancer Center medical oncologist Andrew Poklepovic, M.D., who is also a member of the Developmental Therapeutics research program at Massey and assistant professor in the Division of Hematology, Oncology and Palliative Care at the VCU School of Medicine, weighed in as the moderator posed a series of questions.