News : 2011 : August

Jonathan “Jack” Lord, M.D.

Nationally Recognized Leader Named Chief Innovation Officer at the Miller School

A nationally recognized leader in innovations in health care, Jonathan “Jack” Lord, M.D., will join the University of Miami in September as chief innovation officer and professor of pathology at the Miller School of Medicine.

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Gustavo Fernandez, M.D., the study’s principal investigator, readies patient Robert Chambers for his last dose of the promising drug.

Out of Options, First Patient in Bladder Cancer Trial Now Has Hope

When Robert Chambers became the first patient to receive a potential new bladder cancer therapy developed by Miller School Nobel laureate Andrew V. Schally, he was out of treatment options, and hope. But after his final dose of the promising drug, Chambers is feeling better.

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Charles Rouault, M.D.

Retirement Is Just Not in Dr. Charles Rouault’s Blood

For some people, retirement comes easily, but not for Charles Rouault, M.D., so after leading Community Blood Centers of Florida for 29 years, and transforming the organization from one of the nation’s youngest and smallest to one of the largest and best, Rouault is now professor of pathology and associate director of transfusion services.

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