Brian Chong, M.D., Associate Professor of Radiology; Associate Medical Director, Department of Development
Diane Jelinek, Ph.D., Professor of Immunology; Dean for Research, Mayo Clinic in Arizona; Gene and Mary Lou Kurtz Professorship in Multiple Myeloma Research
Aleksandar Sekulic, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Dermatology; Deputy Director for Mayo Clinic Cancer Center in Arizona; Associate Director for the Center for Individualized Medicine; Chair of the Cutaneous Oncology Disease Group
Tushar Patel, M.D., James C. and Sarah K. Kennedy Dean of Research Professor of Medicine and Cancer Biology; Consultant in the Department of Transplantation with joint appointments in the Department of Cancer Biology and the Department of Physiology and Biomedical Engineering
Expanding Mayo Clinic's Reach through Capital Expansion | Mayo Clinic is embarking on a capital expansion that will nearly double the size of the Phoenix campus to enhance our ability to deliver high-quality, lifesaving care and answers to patients with serious and complex health conditions.
Changing the DNA of Cancer Care | Half of cancer patients with underlying cancer triggering genetic mutations are unfortunately undetected by current screening guidelines. The INTERCEPT clinical pilot project hopes to change the standard of care for early cancer detection and prevention.
Pain Rehabilitation, A New Beginning For An Old Tradition | Chronic pain can devastate people’s lives, leaving them unable to fulfill daily activities. Mayo Clinic’s Pain Rehabilitation Center offers a unique program that provides patients with the tools to improve their quality of life and ability to function without the use of pain medications.
From Gratitude to Giving | The "dividends" of your philanthropic support in medical progress — a collaborative panel discussion on how your support makes a difference.
Individualized Medicine| New understanding of the human genome and its potential to diagnose and treat disease is transforming health care. This evolving work will ensure each patient receives the right therapy at the right time.
Regenerative Medicine| Mayo Clinic experts are pioneering research that taps into and boosts the body’s natural ability to heal. This revolution in medicine enables the repair of diseased, injured and impaired tissues and organs, and offers the hope of previously unimaginable therapies for our patients.
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