Global Oncology Lecture Series, April 12, 2021

The Global Oncology (GO) Lecture Series Webinar features presentations with unique perspectives. The goal of the webinar series is to bring together those working in the global cancer field to share research or program updates and establish closer working collaborations. Each webinar includes an hour-long presentation and discussion during which speakers showcase their work and findings. The series allows Fred Hutch faculty, employees, Consortium members, students, and global cancer or global health community members to be a part of this important conversation.

Henry Ddungu, MBChB, MMed, Hematology Consultant, Uganda Cancer Institute

Henry Ddungu, MBChB, MMed, Hematology Consultant, Uganda Cancer Institute

PRESENTING: Optimal Use of Platelet Transfusion in Cancer (OPTIC) in sub-Saharan Africa

Dr. Ddungu began his Ph.D. studies in Seattle with coursework at the University of Washington and clinical oncology rotations at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and Harborview Medical Center. Since returning to Kampala in 2012, he has continued his doctoral research at Makerere University, studying the optimal use of platelet transfusion for oncology patients at the UCI. He is currently a hematologist and director of laboratory operations at the UCI.

This is a rescheduled seminar from February. 

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Date:
Monday, April 12, 2021
Start Time:
8 a.m. PDT
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Last Modified, March 01, 2021