Discussion of the treatment of elderly patients with relapsed MM based on available evidence and clinical experience
Review key unanswered clinical questions and discuss gaps in clinical data
Insights from EHA congress and latest evidence on sequencing of newer therapies/regimens
Addressing clinical consideration on treatment of MM during COVID-19
Date: Thursday, September 17th, 2020 at 12:00 PM EDT / 9:00 AM PDT
Speaker: Dr. María-Victoria Mateos
Chair: Dr. Martina Trinkaus
This webinar has been made possible through sponsorship from Amgen
Dr. María-Victoria Mateos received her medical degree from the University of Valladolid in Spain and completed her residency in hematology at the University Hospital of Salamanca, where she also completed a doctoral degree. She is a consultant physician in the Hematology Department and Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Salamanca, Spain. She is also the Director of the Myeloma Program and coordinates the Clinical Trials Unit in Salamanca’s University Hospital Hematology Department. She has coordinated many clinical trials in elderly and smouldering multiple myeloma patients that have profoundly influenced current options for treating these patient populations. Dr. Mateos has published over 140 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, some of which have become key references in the multiple myeloma field. She is associate editor of myeloma in Annals of Haematology, and is a reviewer for journals such as The New England Journal of Medicine, Lancet, and Lancet Oncology.
Dr. Martina Trinkaus is an assistant professor and staff hematologist at St. Michael's Hospital with the University of Toronto. She completed her undergraduate training in Life Sciences and Physical Health and Education at Queen's University and completed both her medical school and residency training at the University of Toronto. Since graduating from the Hematology training program in Toronto in 2009, she has remained at St. Michael's Hospital practicing malignant hematology and serving on much education-based committees. She currently is the program director for the Adult Hematology Training Program and coordinates the hematology curriculum at St. Michael's. Her medical interests include medical education with research focused on mentorship and e-based learning.
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