Cancer Diagnosis, Then and Now

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As part of Trinity College Dublin’s Academic Primary Care Centre (APCC) Public Lecture Series 2021-22, Professor Maeve Lowery will present Cancer Diagnosis, Then and Now at the Trinity Centre for Learning & Development, Tallaght University Hospital on 31st March 2022, from 2-3pm.

Cancer Diagnosis, Then and Now

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Maeve Lowery is Professor of Translational Cancer Medicine at Trinity College Dublin and a consultant medical oncologist at St James’s Hospital. She is a joint Director of the Trinity St James’s Cancer Institute. Prior to joining Trinity Professor Lowery was a consultant medical oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, where she completed an advanced fellowship in gastrointestinal oncology. She specialises in the treatment of patients with gastrointestinal cancers. Her research focuses on pre-clinical and clinical studies of novel therapeutics for gastric, pancreatic and liver cancers. Her research has been funded by an NIH RO1 grant in addition to awards from The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation and The Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.

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