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NEXT MDG FORUM
Breakthroughs in Ovarian
And Breast Cancers
This program will be led by experts in breast and ovarian cancer, and moderated by a cancer survivor and women's health advocate.
It will highlight some of the most exciting advances in detection, prevention, treatment, and continuous monitoring of these diseases.
Event-Related News: "How Big Data is Improving Breast Cancer Prediction Rates"
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WHY MDG BOSTON?
Peter Madras, MD, President of MDG, provides his perspective
Jan 9 - Program Central
Jan 30 - MDG Board Meeting
[Location: Insperity, 77 4th Ave #100, Waltham]
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Boston Engineering is an Event Sponsor for MDG's Jan 18 Forum "Breakthroughs in Ovarian & Breast Cancers"
Jan 9 WITI Meeting - "Coaching Circles: Be Your Best"
Director - Bill Munger
Bill Denison - Graphic Design & Photography
Nancy Finn- Registration
Richard Evans - Database Design & Management
Regis College Interns
[To Be Named]
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Geoff Moodie, PhD, is now VP of Programming at MDG, having assumed leadership of Program Central. He is a goal driven scientist with expertise in absorbable materials and combination products for medical device and drug delivery applications. Much of his experience is with preclinical study development, troubleshooting, and monitoring, as well as budgeting, timelines and resource allocation. His Bio is here.
He is taking over from Ed Dolan, who has done an excellent job of overseeing programming for MDG since 2012. MDG is extremely grateful for Ed's superb service in this critical leadership position.