Continuing Medical Education

The Paul Calabresi Memorial Lectureship 

This year's Calabresi Lecture was held on Tuesday, November 13th. Faldo R. Khuri, MD, discussed the topic "No Man is an Island: Raising Cancer Care in the MENA Region." 

Dr. Paul Calabresi was an internationally recognized authority and pioneer on the clinical pharmacology of anticancer agents, for which he was awarded the Oscar B. Hunter Memorial Award in Therapeutics from the American Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics in 1992.  

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Yale Cancer Center Grand Rounds

Yale Cancer Center Grand Rounds are held every Tuesday, September-June, at noon in the Park Street Auditorium.  It is intended to provide information to help viewers better understand the current range of options for cancer treatment, prevention, screening, and supportive care. Each week is split into two 20-minute segments focused on two of the following categories: basic sciences, clinical care, or population sciences. Participation in Grand Rounds is an important component of Cancer Center membership. In order to receive CME credit for attendance, you must sign-in each week and fill out an evaluation at the completion of each series. Certificates of attendance will be distributed through the CME office. Archived videos can be found here. 

Yale’s Review of Advances in Oncology

The Yale’s Review of Advances in Oncology Highlights from the ASCO® Annual Meeting 2019 will be held on June 14, 2019 at Water’s Edge in Westbrook, CT. View the agenda>>

Breast Cancer CME Dinner

On March 27th, 2019, there will be a Breast Cancer CME Dinner held at the Fairview Farms Golf Course. Topics covered will include genetics, new treatment options, and palliative care. Oncologists, Surgeons, Ob/Gyns, Family Physicians, and other referring providers are invited to attend. Learn more about the breast cancer CME dinner here>>

Save the Date: Workshop on Splicing Factor Mutations and RNA Biology in Cancer

On May 22-23, Yale Cancer Center and Yale Center for RNA Science and Medicine will host a workshop to foster discussion and collaborations. To learn more and to register, visit yalecancercenter.org/rna