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  • Daily News podcast

    Reflections on a Career in Global Oncology with Dr. Gilberto D. Lopes

    • Apr 15, 2020
    • Dr. Miriam Knoll and Dr. Gilberto D. Lopes

    Daily News podcast: Guest host Dr. Miriam Knoll, radiation oncologist at the John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack Meridian Health, speaks with Dr. Gilberto D. Lopes, of the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, about his inspiring career that has taken him across the globe.

  • Daily News podcast

    Pathway to ASCO Presidency: A Conversation with Dr. Howard Burris

    • Apr 15, 2020
    • Dr. Miriam Knoll and Dr. Howard Burris

    Daily News Podcast: Guest host Dr. Miriam Knoll, radiation oncologist at the John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack Meridian Health, speaks with Dr. Howard Burris, on the career highlights that have led him to the ASCO Presidency (2019-2020).

  • Caring for Our Trainees: Lessons From Around the World

    • Mar 17, 2020
    • Ranjana Srivastava, MBBS (Hon), FRACP; Deborah Mukherji, MBBS, FRCP; and Maria T. Bourlon, MD, MS

    Continuing progress in the science of oncology must be matched by an increased responsibility toward providing oncology trainees around the world with the academic guidance, emotional support, and lifelong mentoring needed to navigate an increasingly complex environment.

  • Mentor-mentee relationship

    How to Break Up With Your Mentor

    • Feb 7, 2020
    • Inas Abuali, MD, FACP

    Mentorship—in medicine in general, and in academic medicine specifically—is critical to success. Many articles focus on how to pick a mentor and on criteria for successful mentor-mentee relationships. However, there is a paucity of literature to guide you in navigating a mismatched or unsuccessful relationship.

  • Successful

    What Does a Fellow Need to Know to Build a Successful Academic Clinical Research Career? Advice From Monica Morrow, MD

    • Feb 27, 2018
    • Monica Morrow, MD

    Choose an institution that values clinical research and has a clinical research infrastructure.

  • Team Wellness

    Team Wellness Reflections From Frontline Clinical Teams

    • Feb 26, 2018
    • Todd Pickard, MMSc, PA-C, DFAAPA

    In May 2017, I started to reflect on my own personal views of wellness and the importance of the team. Since that time I have been fortunate to speak with members of frontline clinical teams from four different practices:

  • Burn out

    Burnout Among Oncology Fellows: A Personal Perspective

    • Nov 2, 2017
    • Sarbajit Mukherjee, MBBS

    “We should order a FISH and consider giving him RICE.”

  • Contract

    Negotiating the Contract for Your First Oncology Job

    • Nov 2, 2017
    • Jack Lambert

    When does a job interview at an academic institution become a negotiation?

  • Q&A

    Five Difficult Interview Questions Oncology Fellows May Encounter: The Do’s and Don’ts

    • Aug 11, 2017
    • Dean Walker

    To provide trainees with the know-how they need to shine during interviews.

  • Interview

    Tips for a Great Interview: Be Polite, Know the Organization, and Practice, Practice, Practice

    • Aug 11, 2017
    • Shira Klapper, Senior Writer

    As an oncology trainee, you’ve logged years of hard work on the path to becoming an oncologist.

  • Handshake

    9 Tips for Finding and Landing an Oncology Job

    • Aug 11, 2017

    Tips to help you prepare for your interview and—hopefully—land a job.

  • Standing out

    How to Stand Out: Tips for a Great Job Interview

    • Aug 11, 2017
    • David H. Johnson, MD, MACP, FASCO

    As you near the end of your fellowship your thoughts will naturally turn to your future employment options.