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News Archive - Progress Newsletter Winter 2002 Online
New Clinical Director Named for U-M Breast Cancer Program
The Cancer Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel F. Hayes, M.D., as the new clinical director of the Breast Oncology Program.
Dr. Hayes, who also serves as a professor in the Department of Internal Medicine of the U-M Medical School, will be responsible for directing clinical services and overseeing the translation of basic breast cancer research into clinical trials. He comes to the U-M from Georgetown University.
Specifically, Dr. Hayes will focus the program's efforts on:
"Dr. Hayes is one the leading experts in developing new treatments for breast cancer patients based on the translation of laboratory science into the clinic," says Max S. Wicha, M.D., Cancer Center director and Distinguished Professor of Oncology. "We are delighted to have been able to attract him to Michigan to lead our efforts in this area, helping to further develop what is now one of the strongest breast cancer programs in the nation."
To read more about Dr. Hayes, read our press release about him.