Saturday, November 2, 2013Registration/Refreshments: 8:00 a.m.
Program: 8:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.
Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Building
303 E. Superior St
Chicago (Google map)
Patients with melanoma and their families are invited to hear leading experts discuss emerging therapies, the importance of clinical trials and innovation in research. Guests will have a chance to ask questions and meet with others affected by melanoma.
The Lurie Cancer Center will host this program in partnership with AIM at Melanoma, an organization committed to promoting melanoma education and research. Learn more about the resources they provide by visiting their website at AIMatMelanoma.org.
Register online or call 312.695.1390. Walk-ins welcome.
Panel and Topics:
- June K. Robinson, MD - Finding Concerning Spots on Your Skin and Your Relative's Skin
- Pedram Gerami, MD - Role of the Pathologist: Novel Molecular Techniques to Improve Diagnostic and Prognostic Accuracy in Melanoma
- Timothy M. Kuzel, MD - The Expanding Role of Immunotherapy for Melanoma — New Options in Advanced and Adjuvant Melanoma Therapy
- Karl Y. Bilimoria, MD - Quality Improvement Initiatives in Melanoma
- Jeffrey D. Wayne, MD - Panel Discussions
Printable Full Agenda (PDF format)
The Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Building is located on the corner of Superior Street and Fairbanks Court. Please enter from the doors on Superior Street.
Free parking will be available for this event at Northwestern Memorial Hospital's Huron/St.Clair Garage, 222 E. Huron St. (Google map). Parking will be validated at registration/check-in.
View a printable map with directions from the parking garage to the Lurie Research Building.