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Dr. Encouse Golden, assistant professor of radiation oncology, has won the inaugural Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation award for the Diversity in Clinical Trials Career Development Program. The two-year award is in recognition of Dr. Golden’s outstanding professional achievements and promise as a community-oriented clinical researcher. The program seeks to strengthen partnerships between clinical investigators and communities, increase the diversity of patients enrolled in clinical trials, and enhance the development of therapeutics for all populations.
Dr. Kristy Brown, associate professor of biochemistry in medicine, has been selected as editor-in-chief for the journal Endocrine and Metabolic Science. Dr. Brown began her position on Oct. 1, 2021.
Dr. Massimo Loda, chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and the David D. Thompson Professor of Pathology, has been appointed the editor-in-chief of Molecular Cancer Research by The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), one of the nine highly esteemed journals published by the AACR. Dr. Loda officially began his term on Aug. 1.