The Angela Brodie Lectureship in Cancer Biology
The Angela Brodie Lectureship in Cancer Biology A Project of School of Medicine Lectureships
Dr. Angela Brodie's research revolutionized the treatment of hormone-dependent breast cancer worldwide. She pioneered the development of aromatase inhibitors, which are now considered among the most important contributions to cancer treatment in the last 150 years. She also left a lasting impact on the dozens of students and junior faculty she mentored over the years.
The Angela Brodie Lectureship in Cancer Biology honors Dr. Brodie's inspiring dedication to cancer research and her enduring commitment to preparing future generations of research scientists to make their own scientific breakthroughs. The lectureship will bring the nation's most prominent experts in cancer research to the University of Maryland School of Medicine to share their research and engage our students and faculty.
How can you help?
Gifts to the Angela Brodie Lectureship in Cancer Biology will support an annual lectureship presenting the latest research in cancer biology. Your help will continue to provide advanced knowledge to our faculty and students.