Hilliard Seigler Duke Melanoma Consortium Event (5.14.21)
A DCI Melanoma Program Virtual Educational Event for Patients, Providers, Faculty & Staff
In 1988, Hilliard Seigler, MD, organized the first Duke Melanoma Consortium. For nearly 30 years patients, families, and friends have come to Durham on a yearly basis to learn about advances in melanoma.
A practicing melanoma surgeon at Duke University for more than 40 years, Seigler led groundbreaking research efforts in melanoma and dedicated his career to the care of patients and families with melanoma. Given his lifetime of commitment, the Duke Cancer Institute Melanoma program announced that, beginning this year, the annual event will be formally known as the Hilliard Seigler Duke Melanoma Consortium, the "Seig DMC." (Last year's event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.)
This year's event, an opportunity to learn about innovative melanoma research, clinical trials, and care at Duke Cancer Institute, will be held virtually on May 14 from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
April Salama, MD :: Brent Hanks, MD, PhD :: Smita Nair, PhD :: Meenal Kheterpal, MD :: Paul Mosca, MD, PhD :: Georgia Beasley, MD :: Walter Lee, MD :: Riddhish Shah, MD, PhD :: Manisha Palta, MD :: Maria Angelica Selim, MD :: Rami Al-Rohil, MD.