Dr. Steven Artandi is the Director of the Stanford Cancer Institute and Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry at Stanford University. He also serves as the inaugural Senior Associate Dean for Cancer Programs for Stanford School of Medicine and the Chief Cancer Officer for Stanford Health Care. He received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University, and MD and PhD degrees from Columbia University. He trained in Internal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and in Oncology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute before joining the Stanford faculty in 2000. Dr. Artandi is an oncologist and cancer biologist whose research work has focused on the role played by the enzyme telomerase in cancer, aging and stem cell function.
Today we see major gaps in oncology care delivery when it comes to transferring innovation from scientific discovery into clinical practice. Together with experienced industry professionals we will discuss persisting gaps along the oncology patient journey and how they can be addressed by making use of emerging trends.