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Rami Manochakian: Join us at the Annual meeting of ASCO OncMedEdCoP during ASCO24
May 25, 2024, 02:57

Rami Manochakian: Join us at the Annual meeting of ASCO OncMedEdCoP during ASCO24

Rami Manochakian shared a post by ASCO OncMedEdCoP on X/Twitter:

Alerting colleagues, Oncologists and Trainees with interest in Medical Education to JOIN US at the:

Annual meeting of ASCO OncMedEdCoP (MedEd, Community Of Practice) ASCO during ASCO24 on:

Sat June 1st at 7:30
Room: S103.

Please share and spread the world.”

Quoting ASCO OncMedEdCoP’s post:

Super pumped to share details for our MedEd CoP ASCO24 Annual Meeting session. June 1, 7:30-9:30am!  Featuring Keynote Address by the incomparable Julia Close, updates on collaboration initiatives from our Scholarship committee, and MedEd networking! Full agenda below.”


Source: Rami Manochakian/X and ASCO OncMedEdCoP/X

Dr. Rami Manochakian is a thoracic medical oncologist at Mayo Clinic, Florida. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Aleppo in Syria before completing his Internal Medicine residency and chief residency at the University at Buffalo, NY. Dr. Manochakian further honed his expertise through a Hematology/Oncology fellowship and served as chief fellow at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH. Specializing in thoracic malignancies, including lung cancer, mesothelioma, and thymic tumors, he has dedicated his career to advancing the field of oncology.

Dr. Manochakian’s commitment to patient care extends beyond treatment, as he actively participates in clinical research to drive advancements in oncology. He is also recognized as a leader in medical education, serving in various educational and advisory roles at Mayo Clinic and national and international medical societies, including ASCO, ALA, and IASLC. Dr. Manochakian’s passion for education has earned him numerous awards and achievements, reflecting his dedication to training the next generation of oncologists. Through his tireless efforts, Dr. Manochakian continues to make significant contributions to cancer care, education, and research.