Attend an Event
The Basser Center for BRCA hosts numerous events throughout the year, including signature events and programs like our Breakthroughs and Discoveries panel in May, regular webinars led by researchers, and even fundraising events like the Basser Jean Bash.
Join the Basser Center and Central Synagogue on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at 6:30 pm in New York City for a panel discussion about BRCA mutations and hereditary cancers. Topics will include recent research updates, insurance and discrimination issues, genetic testing, fertility, and more. Panelists include Dr. Susan Domchek, Basser Center Executive Director; Dr. Kenneth Offit, Memorial Sloan Kettering Medical Oncologist; Dr. Nicole Schreiber-Agus, Community Genetics Educator; Erika Stallings, Attorney, BRCA Carrier and Patient Advocate; and the panel will be moderated by journalist Jill Werman Harris. Register now.
Join us and internationally renowned BRCA experts on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 5:00 pm in Philadelphia for a discussion on the latest in BRCA-related clinical research and patient care. This event takes place during the Basser Scientific Symposium and is geared toward the general public. The panel will be moderated by Basser Center Executive Director Susan Domchek, MD, and will include the University of Manchester's Gareth Evans, MD, FCRP; Queen Mary University of London's Ranjit Manchanda, MD, MRCOG, PhD; and the Basser Center's Director of Genetics, Katherine L. Nathanson, MD. Register now.
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