Division News

HemOnc Fellows Win 3rd Prize at NNECOS

November 20, 2018 by Chloe Housenger

Saranya Kodali, a 3rd year fellow in the Hematology/Oncology program, has won 3rd prize among 60 other posters presented at the NNECOS annual meeting! Her poster was on the Breast Cancer Index and it's utility in the clinical practice, which is a gene expression assay that can be used to make decisions on extended endocrine therapy in hormone positive breast cancer patients.

Retrospective reviews
-Utility of the Breast Cancer Index in the Clinical Practice - Saranya Kodali (Fellow)
-Prophylactic anticoagulation and bleeding risk in ambulatory cancer patients on cancer directed therapy - Andrew Wilks (Resident)
-Man vs. Machine: Efficacy of Neulasts vs. Onpro at the University of Vermont Cancer Center - Daniel Krakauer (Resident)
-Increased Health Care Cost associated with VTE in Patients with Malignant Glioma - Heather Wright (Chief Resident)

Case Reports
-Mixed Epithelioid Trophoblastic Tumor and Choriocarcinoma, a Diagnostic Conundrum - Kitty Victoria (Fellow)
-NSCLC - Acquisition of potential novel resistance mutations - Waqas Jehangir (Fellow)
-Cutaneous presentation of T Lymphoblastic Lymphoma - Ximena JordanBruno (Fellow)
-Oxaliplatin Immune-Induced Syndrome - Sasha Waldstein (Resident)