will help build a cohesive and accomplished group of faculty in
hematology/oncology," Meyers said.
commitment to hematology and oncology isn't new. Cancer caught his
attention while he was just a novice graduate student at the McArdle
Laboratory for Cancer Research at the University of Wisconsin. So
fierce was his interest in cancer research that he quickly moved
through the Ph.D. and post-doctoral programs at Wisconsin and on
into medical school at Stanford.
passion was further fueled when his father contracted lymphoma and
eventually suc- cumbed to the disease the year after he graduated
really saw the need for more and different ways to treat cancer,"
said Lam, who completed his residency and hematology/oncology fellowship
at the University of Arizona, where he then joined the faculty and
secured a joint appointment in microbiology and immunology. He also
served as a research and clinical member of the Arizona Cancer Center.
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