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SKCC's Gennadi Glinsky addresses predicting risk in cancer treatment outcome

-up a clinical trial to evaluate the utility of a genetic test measuring the expression profiles of the 11-gene signature as a prognostic and therapy outcome marker.

Gennadi Victor Glinsky, M.D., Ph.D.

Gennadi Victor Glinsky, M.D., Ph.D., is an associate professor at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in San Diego. He is also a consultant for the National Institutes of Health and serves on the National Cancer Institute Review Panels.

Dr. Glinsky holds membership to numerous professional organizations such as the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Association for Cancer Research and the Metastasis Research Society. Dr. Glinsky serves as a reviewer for various journals including the Lancet, Journal of Clinical Investigation, Cancer Research, American Journal of Pathology and Oncogene.

Dr. Glinsky earned a doctor of medicine in internal medicine and general pathology. He later received his doctorate in experimental oncology and biochemistry from the Institute of Oncology Problems Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in Kiev.


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Contact: Jay Jeffcoat
jjeffcoat@skccfoundation.org
858-410-4212
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center
18-Apr-2005


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