Dr. Schapira is Associate Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and Director of Cancer Survivorship at the Stanford Comprehensive Cancer Institute. She specializes in the care of women with breast cancer and of all cancer survivors. Her clinical research is dedicated to improving quality of life and health outcomes for people living with cancer and their caregivers. Dr. Schapira is a former member of the faculty at Harvard Medical School and a Consultant editor for the Journal of Clinical Oncology. She served on the Board of Directors of the American Psychosocial Oncology Society and is Editor in Chief of Cancer.Net.
Mina Sedrak, MD, MS
Dr. Sedrak is an assistant professor in the Department of Medical Oncology Therapeutics Research at City of Hope in Duarte, CA. Dr. Sedrak is a clinically trained medical oncologist specializing in the care of older adults with breast cancer. The mission of his research program is to improve the health and well-being of older patients with breast cancer. Dr. Sedrak serves as co-chair of the Junior Faculty Advisory Board of the “Cancer and Aging Research Infrastructure Grant” (R21/R33 AG059206), co-chair of the Junior Cancer and Aging Research Group, and co-chair of the Breast Cancer Working Group in the Alliance Cancer in the Older Adult Committee. Additionally, Dr. Sedrak serves on the National Cancer Institute’s Diversifying Accrual Working Group, bringing expertise as a geriatric oncology researcher and informing methods of improving the accrual of older adults with cancer. He is also an appointed member of the ASCO Scientific Program Committee and serves on the Cancer.Net Editorial Board’s geriatric oncology advisory panel.