New clinical recruits to Cancer Institute

Min Deng, MD, is a dermatologic surgeon, who will perform Mohs micrographic surgery among other dermatologic procedures.

Min Deng, MD, is a dermatologic surgeon, who will perform Mohs micrographic surgery among other dermatologic procedures.  Mohs surgery is a precise surgical technique used to treat skin cancer.  Dr. Deng completed a micrographic surgery and cutaneous oncology fellowship at Cooper University Hospital and did her dermatology residency at the University of Chicago.

 

Kelly Ross, MD, has joined our Blood and Marrow Transplant team.

Kelly Ross, MD, has joined our Blood and Marrow Transplant team. Dr. Ross completed hematology/oncology and BMT fellowships at the University of Colorado. She earned her MD at the University of Pittsburgh and completed her internal medicine residency at UPMC.

  • Individuals who advance women’s concerns can be nominated for Buswell Award

    The Council for Women's Concerns is accepting nominations for the Mary Catherine Buswell Award. This accolade, established in 1978, honors a person who has shown a dedication to the advancement of women. The award winner will receive $500 for travel, supplies, salary supplement or any other use commensurate with WVU policies. Nominations must be submitted by March 1.

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  • Blood drives to be held on Jan. 31, Feb. 5 and 15

    Blood drives to be held on Jan. 31, Feb. 5 and 15

    Every two seconds, someone needs blood, platelets, or plasma to survive. These patients depend on blood donors to roll up their sleeves and give the gift of life.

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  • WVU Cancer Institute recognizes Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

    WVU Cancer Institute recognizes Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

    The WVU Cancer Institute is joining organizations across the world to increase awareness of cervical cancer this January in recognition of Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Cervical cancer diagnoses have increased the last 40 years as the result of many women getting regular Pap tests, which can find cervical precancerous cells before they become cancer.

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