Noha Abdel-Wahab, MD, PhD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterAdi Diab, MD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterVan Anh Trinh, PharmD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Program AgendaPlease note that enduring materials from the program will only be available to those who attend the live program.
Background on Current Mechanistic Understanding of Common ToxicitiesSumit Subudhi, MD, PhD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Management of Common and Challenging Immune-Related Adverse EventsMehmet Altan, MD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterNicolas L. Palaskas, MD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterYinghong Wang, MD, Phd, MSc – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Management of Checkpoint Inhibitor Complications in Special Cancer PopulationMaen Abdelrahim, MD, PhD, PharmD – Houston MethodistNoha Abdel-Wahab, MD, PhD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Future Directions for Research and New Management Approaches in Immunotherapy ToxicitiesAdi Diab, MD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterJennifer A. Wargo, MD, MMSc – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Cancer Immunotherapy in PracticeMichelle Rohlfs, APRN, FNP-BC, AOCNP – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Faculty PanelPanelist: Maen Abdelrahim, MD, PhD, PharmD – Houston MethodistPanelist: Noha Abdel-Wahab, MD, PhD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterPanelist: Mehmet Altan, MD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterPanelist: Adi Diab, MD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterPanelist: Nicolas Palaskas, MD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterPanelist: Michelle Rohlfs, APRN, FNP-BC, AOCNP – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterPanelist: Sumit Subudhi, MD, PhD – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterPanelist: Yinghong Wang, MD, Phd, MS – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterPanelist: Jennifer A. Wargo, MD, MMSc – The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Program Learning Objectives
Case Study Submission Information:To submit closed/past case studies for live expert panel feedback, please indicate your interest in the checkbox in program registration and SITC staff will follow up with you through email with further instruction.Target AudienceThe Advances in Cancer Immunotherapy™ (ACI) programs aim to reach practicing clinical oncologists, nurses, nurse practitioners, advanced practitioners, pharmacists, emergency physicians, and other allied health professionals who wish to learn the basic principles of cancer immunotherapy and the most up-to-date clinical data for these treatments, in a multitude of disease states/therapeutic areas, in order to inform and integrate into their own clinical practice. In-training oncologists and hospital administrators will also find the program beneficial.
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The 2021–2022 Advances in Cancer Immunotherapy™ educational series is supported, in part, by independent medical education grants from AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP, Bristol Myers Squibb, Exelixis, Inc., Genentech, a Member of the Roche Group, Merck Sharp & Dohme, Corp., a subsidiary of Merck & Co., Inc. (MSD), Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. (as of 10/13/2021)
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