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Faculty members who do not serve as dissertation mentors but who make contributions to the education of our students by teaching or serving as clinical mentors are appointed as Gerstner Sloan Kettering Special Contributing Faculty.

The following is a list of current members of the contributing faculty along with their research interests:

C. David Allis
PhD, Indiana University
Molecular Biology
Studies the role of DNA packaging proteins in gene expression, DNA replication, and repair.

Cameron W. Brennan
MD, Cornell University Medical College
Neurosurgery
Genomic analysis of human and mouse gliomas and medulloblastomas.

Murray F. Brennan
MD, University of Otago
Surgery
Soft Tissue Sarcoma

Jacqueline F. Bromberg
MD, PhD, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Medicine
Physician-scientist who works as part of a multidisciplinary group treating patients with breast cancer

Margaret K. Callahan
MD, PhD, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Medicine
Cancer immunotherapy

Marinela Capanu
PhD, University of Florida
Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Hierarchical models in genetic association studies, misspecification tests, and survival analysis.

Paul B. Chapman
MD, Cornell University Medical College
Medicine
Metastatic melanoma

Aimee M. Crago
MD, Harvard Medical School
PhD, Cambridge University (UK)
Surgery
Molecular mechanisms underlying sarcomageneis.

Hironori Funabiki
PhD, Kyoto University
Cell Biology
Studies chromosome identity, architecture, and inheritance mechanisms.

Christian Grommes
MD, RWTH Aachen Medical School (Germany)
Neurology
Aberrant signaling pathways in primary central nervous system lymphomas.

Clifford A. Hudis
MD, The Medical College of Pennsylvania
Medicine
Translational clinical trials for breast cancer.

John L. Humm
PhD, South Bank University
Medical Physics
Molecular imaging of cancer by PET, hypoxia, and targeted radionuclide therapies, especially with tumor-specific antibodies.

Mary L. Keohan
MD, Yale University School of Medicine
Medicine
Soft Tissue Sarcoma

David S. Klimstra
MD, Yale University School of Medicine
Pathology
Pathology of pancreatic, hepatobiliary, and gastrointestinal neoplasia.

Mark G. Kris
MD, Cornell University Medical College
Medicine
Clinical trials and translational research.

Robert J. Motzer
MD, University of Michigan Medical School
Medicine
Clinical trials for metastatic renal cell carcinoma and germ cell tumors.

Larry Norton
MD, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Medicine
Breast Cancer clinical trials, tumor growth kinetics, and mathematics of metastasis.

Jae H. Park
MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Medicine
Development of novel targeted therapy and application of immunotherapy in adult patients with hematologic malignancies.

Philip B. Paty
MD, Stanford University School of Medicine
Surgery
Biomarkers — diagnostic, prognostic, predictive — for colorectal cancer.

Michael A. Postow
MD, New York University School of Medicine
Medicine
Melanoma medical oncologist with an interest in immunotherapeutic approaches to melanoma and associated biomarker analysis.

Diane Reidy-Lagunes
MD, SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Medicine
Clinician scientist with a focus on improving treatment strategies for patients with neuroendocrine tumors (NETs).

Victor E. Reuter
MD, Pedro Henriquez Urena National University (Dominican Republic)
Pathology
Marker evaluation and validation in urologic cancers.

Leonard B. Saltz
MD, Yale University School of Medicine
Medicine
Development of new therapies for colorectal cancer.

Howard I. Scher
MD, New York University School of Medicine
Medicine
Mechanism-based drug development for prostate cancer.

Eytan M. Stein
MD, Northwestern University Medical School
Medicine
Novel early phase therapeutics for actue myeloid leukemia, clinical trial design.

William P. Tew
MD, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Medicine
Gynecologic cancer, developmental therapeutics, aging research/geriatic oncology.

Tiffany A. Traina
MD, Weill Cornell Medical College
Medicine
Clinical trials and translational research in the field of breast cancer, specifically triple negative breast cancer and the role of the androgen receptor.

Agnes Viale
PhD, Universite de Nice-Sophia Antipolis
Genomics Core
Genomics: from microarrays to next generation sequencing.

Harel Weinstein
DSc, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Computational Biology
Molecular recognition and signal transduction.

Pat Zanzonico
PhD, Cornell University
Medical Physics
Nuclear medicine and molecular imaging research: hypoxia imaging, targeted radionuclide therapy, and small-animal imaging.