Nov 19, 2020
Julie Gralow, MD, is a well-respected and
internationally renowned breast oncologist. In this episode, Gralow
discusses her journey in oncology, the ASCO Global Oncology Task
Force and the importance of finding your own way in medicine.
- Intro :14
- About Gralow :27
- The interview 1:49
- What has been your journey to become the very well-respected
internationally renowned breast oncologist you are today?
- How did you find yourself in that aspect of the field and also
marry in your interest in mobile oncology?
- Were there times where you faced barriers you weren’t going to
be able to overcome? 13:13
- How did you feel and what did you think when you led the ASCO
Global Oncology Task Force? 16:15
- What are some of the high points that came out of the ASCO
Global Oncology Task Force report?
- Did you focus on how the COVID-19 pandemic affected oncology
management in this task force or in any of your global oncology
- Did you find that social media was a useful tool throughout the
last 9-10 months navigating the pandemic?
- Realizing the benefits of social media as a medical
professional and avoiding “doom scrolling”
- Do you have one pearl for the audience?
- How to find Julie Gralow 43:11
- Where does Gralow see her future career going?
Julie Gralow, MD is the Jill Bennett Endowed
professor of Breast Medical Oncology and professor of global health
at the University of Washington School of Medicine, professor in
the Clinical Research Division at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center, and director of Breast Medical Oncology at the
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
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Disclosures: Jain reports she is a paid
freelance writer for Lippincott. Gralow reports no relevant