CCARE’s professional training initiatives aim to disseminate best practices in cancer care to providers in underserved communities by ensuring existing faculty members are kept up to date on best practices, while training a new generation of clinicians and researchers in these innovative methods.
is currently training three postdoctoral fellows. Two Fellows received funding under the City of Hope/California State University, L.A P20 mechanism awarded to principal investigator
Susan Kane, Ph.D.
In recognition of Minority Cancer Awareness Week, CCARE brings together scientists, physicians, health advocates and policymakers at a forum to grapple with inequity issues.
The 2015 program topics include:
Quality Cancer Care for a Diverse California: From Precision Medicine to Patient Centered Care
80 by 2018: American Cancer Society Colon Cancer Prevention Campaign
Ethnic Representation Equity in Health Research
Kimlin Tam Ashing, Ph.D., Director, CCARE, City of Hope
Steven Rosen, M.D., Provost and Chief Scientific Officer, City of Hope
Jorge Soto, B.S., Chief Product and Technology Office, Miroculus
Joseph Alvarnas, M.D., Director of Medical Quality, City of Hope
Lily Lai, M.D., Associate Director for Committee on Cancer, City of Hope
Lucille Adams-Campbell, Ph.D., Georgetown University Medical Center
CCARE and our community partners will continue to collaborate closely on scientific studies and community based cancer education and screening programs to increase minority participation in research, improve cancer prevention efforts and early detection. CCARE is committed to educating and empowering communities, through combining scientific knowledge with community wisdom and action, for a greater voice in cancer prevention and research and to equalize health outcomes for all.
Watch footage from past lectures here.