Jessica M. Stempel, MD, a second-year fellow within the Yale Medical Oncology-Hematology Fellowship Program, has acquired the Patterson Belief Mentored Analysis Award, which can present $200,000 over two years to assist her analysis in therapy patterns and outcomes of sufferers with acquired aplastic anemia in the United States. Dr. Stempel acquired her medical diploma from Universidad Central de Venezuela and accomplished her residency at Einstein Medical Heart.
Dr. Stempel’s mentors for this undertaking embrace Xiaomei Ma, PhD, Professor of Epidemiology (Continual Illnesses) and Co-Chief of the Most cancers Prevention and Management Analysis Program, and Nikolai Podoltsev, MD, PhD, Affiliate Professor of Inside Drugs (Hematology) and Alfred Lee, MD, PhD, Professor of Drugs (Hematology), each members of the Developmental Therapeutics Analysis Program. This mentorship throughout analysis applications represents a novel inter-programmatic collaboration in coaching.
The Robert E. Leet and Clara Guthrie Patterson Belief Mentored Analysis Award was based in 1980 and helps tasks and research spanning a broad vary of disciplines involving scientific analysis, together with patient-oriented analysis carried out with human topics, epidemiological and behavioral research, outcomes analysis, and well being providers analysis.