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Fumiko Ladd Chino: Why I think SoMe is essential for the next gen of academic physicians
May 9, 2024, 00:05

Fumiko Ladd Chino: Why I think SoMe is essential for the next gen of academic physicians

Fumiko Ladd Chino shared a post by Gita Suneja, Radiation Oncologist at Huntsman Cancer Institute, on X, adding the following:

“It was a pleasure to present (remotely… from an airport) on why I think SoMe is essential for the next gen of academic physicians to promote research, engage communities, & combat misinformation.

Thanks for the invite Dr. Gita Suneja & for the discussion University of Utah Radiation Oncology!”

Quoting Gita Suneja’s post below:

“Thank you to the inimitable Fumiko Ladd Chino for sharing her expertise on SoMe use in academic medicine with our University of Utah Radiation Oncology residents and faculty as part of our career development didactic block. You are truly a powerhouse and force for good on these interwebs!”

Sources: Fumiko Ladd Chino/X and Gita Suneja/X

Fumiko Ladd Chino is a cancer researcher and Assistant Attending in Radiation Oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (USA), who specializes in gynecological and breast cancers. She was also a caregiver for her husband Andrew Mark Ladd, PhD who died from cancer in 2007. She is a recipient of numerous awards, including ASCO Excellence in Equity Award (2022), Duke Radiation Oncology Award for Outstanding Clinical Research (2019), Duke University Hospital “Good Catch” Award (2018), Conquer Cancer Foundation of ASCO Merit Award (2018), Duke University School of Medicine Dean’s Recognition Award (2014) and Memorial Hermann Hospital, Texas Medical Center Volunteer of the Year Award (2009).