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Oana Danciu , MD

Associate Professor of Medicine Director, Cancer Center Clinical Trials
Office Phone: 312-996-1581Clinical Phone: 312-355-1625 Publications Website: PubMed Clinical Website: Profile
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Biographical Info

Education History
Medical School: Carol Davila University
Residency: Weiss Memorial Hospital
Fellowship: University of Illinois at Chicago

Area of Interest
Breast

List Accomplishments/Awards/Honor
American College of Physicians Illinois Chapter/33rd Annual Associates Research Poster Competition (2006) Second Place Winner – “The Role of Profilin in Cell Spreading and Migration Makes it a Potential Target for Tumor Suppression”

Professional Society Memberships American Society of Clinical Oncology 2010 – present

Illinois Medical Oncology Society/ 1st Annual Fellows Research Competition 2011 Winner – “Estrogen Receptor Positive, Progesterone Receptor Negative Tumors: Pathology and Outcomes Correlations from a Single Center Cohort”

Categories: DOM - Hematology - Faculty
Updated 6 months ago.

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Oana Danciu , MD

Associate Professor of Medicine Director, Cancer Center Clinical Trials
Office Phone: 312-996-1581Clinical Phone: 312-355-1625 Publications Website: PubMed Clinical Website: Profile
Photo of Oana Danciu , MD

Biographical Info

Education History
Medical School: Carol Davila University
Residency: Weiss Memorial Hospital
Fellowship: University of Illinois at Chicago

Area of Interest
Breast

List Accomplishments/Awards/Honor
American College of Physicians Illinois Chapter/33rd Annual Associates Research Poster Competition (2006) Second Place Winner – “The Role of Profilin in Cell Spreading and Migration Makes it a Potential Target for Tumor Suppression”

Professional Society Memberships American Society of Clinical Oncology 2010 – present

Illinois Medical Oncology Society/ 1st Annual Fellows Research Competition 2011 Winner – “Estrogen Receptor Positive, Progesterone Receptor Negative Tumors: Pathology and Outcomes Correlations from a Single Center Cohort”

Categories: DOM - Hematology - Faculty
Updated 6 months ago.

Staff

Oana Danciu , MD

Associate Professor of Medicine Director, Cancer Center Clinical Trials
Office Phone: 312-996-1581Clinical Phone: 312-355-1625 Publications Website: PubMed Clinical Website: Profile
Photo of Oana Danciu , MD

Biographical Info

Education History
Medical School: Carol Davila University
Residency: Weiss Memorial Hospital
Fellowship: University of Illinois at Chicago

Area of Interest
Breast

List Accomplishments/Awards/Honor
American College of Physicians Illinois Chapter/33rd Annual Associates Research Poster Competition (2006) Second Place Winner – “The Role of Profilin in Cell Spreading and Migration Makes it a Potential Target for Tumor Suppression”

Professional Society Memberships American Society of Clinical Oncology 2010 – present

Illinois Medical Oncology Society/ 1st Annual Fellows Research Competition 2011 Winner – “Estrogen Receptor Positive, Progesterone Receptor Negative Tumors: Pathology and Outcomes Correlations from a Single Center Cohort”

Categories: DOM - Hematology - Faculty
Updated 6 months ago.

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