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Ishwaria Subbiah: Grateful to the ASCO for giving volunteers like me such meaningful opportunities to come together and give back to oncology
Apr 7, 2024, 04:00

Ishwaria Subbiah: Grateful to the ASCO for giving volunteers like me such meaningful opportunities to come together and give back to oncology

Ishwaria Subbiah shared a post by American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) on LinkedIn, adding:

FASCO! Grateful to the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) for giving volunteers like me such meaningful opportunities to come together and give back to oncology while forming our own incredible community of colleagues who’ve become collaborators and friends from across the country and world.

  • Congrats to my remarkable colleagues and FASCO honorees this quarter, Sharlene Gill, Thomas George, Pamela Kunz, Philip Kantoff, Rana McKay, Sanford Jeames, Shail Maingi, and Edgardo S. Santos!
  • Looking forward to ASCO24!

Quoting ASCO’s post:

“Join us in congratulating the following members on earning the Fellow of ASCO (FASCO) distinction this quarter! We’re grateful for your extraordinary volunteer service, dedication, and commitment to ASCO.

Learn more about FASCO.”

Source: Ishwaria Subbiah/Linkedin and ASCO/Linkedin

Ishwaria Subbiah is the Executive Director for Cancer Care Equity and Professional Wellness at Sarah Cannon Research Institute (SCRI). In this role, Dr. Subbiah focuses on reducing cancer outcomes disparities and diversifying clinical trial participation within SCRI’s combined research network of over more than 1,300 physicians at over 250 locations in 24 states across the US.

Dr. Subbiah is a globally recognized expert in geriatric oncology, symptom management, palliative care, and healthcare professional well-being. She previously was an associate professor in the Division of Cancer Medicine at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. She is the Chair for the ASCO Women in Oncology working group and the ASCO State of Cancer Care in America initiative.