Panel Presentations | Screening | Room: TBD

Betsy B. Aumiller, Med, DEd | Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences, Penn State Cancer Institute; Assistant Director, DrPH Program, The Pennsylvania State University; Member, Cancer Control Research Program
Breast Cancer Screening
Dr. Betsy Aumiller is an Assistant Professor at the Penn State College of Medicine. She brings 20 years of field experience as a health educator to her research and teaching. She teaches in the Masters of Public Health (MPH) and the Doctor of Public Health degree (DrPH) Programs at the Penn State College of Medicine and is the Associate Director of the Doctor of Public Health degree program. Since 2008, Dr. Aumiller has been actively involved in cancer education and prevention throughout Pennsylvania. She had been the Principal Investigator for the southcentral Pennsylvania Cancer Education Network, which tested the delivery of evidence-based cancer prevention interventions throughout central Pennsylvania. She is involved with the Northern Appalachia Cancer Network and the central Pennsylvania community health worker program, dedicated to implementing evidence-based interventions to reduce the cancer burden in central Pennsylvania. She has conducted research on intervention associated with cancer navigation, screening among Latinos and clinical trial education/biospecimen collection in Appalachia.

Marianne T. Ritchie, MD | Clinical Associate Professor, Jefferson Gastroenterology and Hepatology; Director, PINK PLUS – Women’s Cancer Screenings Program; Director, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center; Colon Cancer Screening/Outreach, Thomas Jefferson University  
Colorectal Cancer Screening
BIO COMING SOON

Ronald E. Myers, DSW, PhD | Professor and Director, Division of Population Science and Center for Health Decisions, Department of Medical Oncology, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University
Using a Learning Community Strategy to Engage Health Systems in Lung Cancer Screening
Dr. Ronald Myers is the Director of the, Division of Population Science and the Director of the Center for Health Decision at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center of Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Myers’ areas of research expertise include patient adherence to cancer screening; shared decision making in cancer risk assessment, screening, and treatment; and decision support in cancer clinical trials participation. He has conducted cancer prevention and control research for more than 32 years, has served on national and international grant review panels, has been principal investigator on numerous peer-reviewed research grants, has published widely in the field, and serves on the editorial boards of several high-impact professional journals.

Serge Ginzburg, MD, FACS | Director, Urologic Oncology and Einstein Prostate Cancer Center Department of Urology, Albert Einstein Medical Center
Physician-Led Quality Improvement Collaborative: The Power of Insight
Dr. Serge Ginzburg is a urologic oncologist specializing in prostate, kidney and bladder cancers. He focuses on multidisciplinary genitourinary cancer care, and advocates for active surveillance and organ sparing surgery whenever possible. Dr. Ginzburg has extensive expertise in advanced endourology, laparoscopy and robotic surgery. He is actively involved in resident education and clinical research. He chairs the imaging work group of the Pennsylvania Urologic Regional Collaborative known as PURC.