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Topic: Advances in DNA

                                                          Damage & Repair and Cancer

                                                          Drug Resistance

                                                          Eddy S. Yang, MD, PhD, received his MD and PhD
                                                          from the University of Miami School of Medicine. He
                                                          joined the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)
                                                          in 2010 and is currently Professor and Vice Chair of
                                                          Translational Sciences in the Department of Radiation
                                                          Oncology. He also holds joint appointments in the
                                                          departments of cell,  developmental,  and integrative
                                                          biology as well as pharmacology and toxicology at UAB.
                                                          Dr. Yang is the inaugural holder of the ROAR Southeast
                                                          Cancer Foundation Endowed Chair and Director of the
                           Eddy S. Yang                   UAB Nanostring Laboratory.

                Hazelrig Salter Radiation Oncology
                    Center, 1700 6th Avenue South
                          Birmingham, AL, USA.

                                                          Dr. van Waardenburg obtained his Ph.D. in Medical
                                                          Oncology from the University of Groningen, the
                                                          Netherlands, in the group of Drs. Nanno Mulder and
                                                          Elisabeth de Vries. His first post-doctoral fellowship was
                                                          at The Netherlands Cancer Institute, with Dr. Jan Schellens
                                                          and collaborator Dr. Jaap Brouwer (University of Leiden,
                                                          the  Netherlands).  His  second  post-doctoral  fellowship
                                                          was at St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Memphis, TN, in the
                   Robert C.A.M. van                      group of Dr. Mary-Ann Bjornsti. He subsequently joined
                          Waardenburg                     the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and is
                                                          currently an Associate Professor in the  Department of
                  Department of Pharmacology and          Pharmacology and Toxicology. He also is the Director of
               Toxicology, University of Alabama at       the UAB Graduate Biomedical Sciences, Pathobiology,
              Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA.            Pharmacology and Physiology (P3) theme.
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