I made a presentation as part of the Marathon of Hope National Cancer Centers Network speaker series last week.
You can listen to my talk here: between 30 – 51 min of the recording.
It is a nice summary of the work and expertise I have and how I would like to contribute them to the Atlantic Cancer Consortium (ACC) and national Marathon of Hope Cancer Centres Network (MoH CCN).
Happy to particularly demonstrate how my research, public engagement and outreach, leadership and advocacy activities all work towards one goal – to improve the conditions and wellness of the cancer patients and families. This is a true and a very strong goal of mine.
ACC is a large cancer research project/team focusing on Precision Medicine in cancer. We are very excited to be a part of this initiative supported by the Terry Fox Research Institute, federal government and many local and provincial funders and organizations.
I believe over time this project will bring relief to many cancer patients by creating new knowledge and personalized treatment options. Through our public engagement activities, we will also interact, engage, and work with our public members in and out of Atlantic Canada to exchange, disseminate, and create new ideas and scientific knowledge that matter most to them.