During the ASCO Book Club Session on June 2, Damon Tweedy, MD, will speak to attendees about his bestselling memoir, Black Man in a White Coat, which explores the intersection between race and medicine through personal experience and reflection.
When Hurricane Harvey hit Houston on August 25, 2017, bringing with it up to 56 inches of rainfall, the medical staff at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center had to work quickly and tirelessly to adapt.
Enrique Soto, MD, of the Salvador Zubiran National Institute of Medical Science and Nutrition, in Mexico City, grew up to the sound of seismic alarms. Mexico City is located on a fault line, and Dr. Soto was no stranger to feeling the earth shake beneath his feet.
ASCO continues to strive to increase international awareness and participation in its programs for Oncology Training Programs and trainees—specifically ASCO University’s® Education Essentials for Oncology Fellows (EEOF) Digital.
Oncology fellows interested in medical publishing can obtain hands-on experience through the ASCO Journals Fellows Program. Designed with an immersive approach, fellows shadow experienced journal editors to gain a broad understanding of the overall scientific publishing process.