Dr. Vadaparampil recently sat down for a one-on-one interview with Moffitt's Women in Oncology Magazine! Click here to read on as Dr. Vadaparampil describes the restorative power of connecting with others and why she needs more "Moffitt time."
Dr. Susan Vadaparampil was awarded the St. George Award by the American Cancer Society. She is one of a dozen winners from across the country. The St. George Award recognizes outstanding volunteers who have demonstrated ongoing leadership in community, mission delivery, and/or governance. Additionally they have significantly contributed to furthering the ACS's strategic goals and mission-driven programs. Congratulations!
Dr. Claire Conley is the sole winner of this year's prestigious American Society of Preventive Oncology-Breast Cancer Research Foundation 2019 Research Fellowship in Cancer Research award. The project Dr. Conley submitted is titled "Barriers to Screening Breast MRI Utilization among Patients at Elevated Risk (B-SUPER)." Although women at high risk for breast cancer should have annual breast MRI's, few women actually receive this screening. This study will provide patients who receive care in the community setting to share their perspectives on the barriers to receiving breast MRI.
Dr. Vadaparampil received an American Cancer Society (ACS) Research Scholars grant for cervical cancer screening research. To celebrate the award, ACS held a Research Award Presentation at Hope Lodge on Friday, May 17th, 2019. Some of the ACS Board Members were in attendance, along with local leadership and volunteers, and she gave a really lovely talk. Congrats Dr. Vadaparampil!
Dr. Vadaparampil's team building activity at the Rolling Pin in Brandon.
The team took a cooking class where they learned how to cook an amazing southern Italian meal!