Anum Kazerouni, Ph.D., presents at Young Investigator Symposium

Dr. Anum Kazerouni wears a light colored blouse with a polka dot pattern on it and a black blazer. she has long dark hair and smiles at the camera.

Anum Kazerouni, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral researcher Anum Kazerouni, Ph.D.¬†gave an oral presentation on her study, “Identification of pretreatment imaging signatures for the prediction of patient outcome in triple negative breast cancer” at the Young Investigator Symposium at the Fall Group Meeting of the ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group (ECOG-ACRIN), this past week.

Anum Kazerouni, Ph.D.

The Young Investigator Symposium is a professional mentoring event that takes place annually at the fall ECOG-ACRIN Meeting and introduces young investigators to ECOG-ACRIN, providing them with the opportunity to give 10-minute oral presentations on their research project and respond to questions.

Through this event, young investigators meet other investigators, learn about potential research opportunities early in their careers, and furnish the ECOG-ACRIN community with new research approaches.

Drs Partridge, Kazerouni and Rahbar pose smiling for the camera in front of a projection screen displaying ECOG-ACRIN logo

Drs. Savannah Partridge, Anum Kazerouni and Habib Rahbar

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