Patricia A. Ganz, MD
UCLA School of Medicine
A pioneer in the assessment of the quality of life in cancer patients and survivors, Dr. Ganz is active in clinical trials research focusing much of her efforts in the areas of breast cancer and its prevention. In 1997, she established the UCLA Family Cancer Registry and Genetic Evaluation Program, which serves patients, survivors, and those at high risk for familial and hereditary cancer. Dr. Ganz is a recipient of the Susan G. Komen Foundation Professor of Survivorship Award and has been directing the UCLA – LIVESTRONG Survivorship Center of Excellence at Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center since 2006.
The Clinical Research Award recognizes individuals whose research has significantly and positively impacted the oncology patient, family, and/or community.
Applicants and nominators must complete and submit the Award Application/Nomination Form. The Award Selection Committee reviews the applicants and nominees and selects the candidate to recommend to the Board of Trustees for approval. The winner is then notified and recognized
at the National Oncology Conference in the fall. The nomination process for 2019 will open in the spring.
The Clinical Research Award recipient is recognized on stage at the ACCC National Oncology Conference in the fall. The winner receives the following:
Questions? Please email Betsy Spruill, Leadership Relations Manager, ACCC, or call 301.984.9496, ext. 206.