Paul Stauffer, MD, Director of Thermal Oncology and Professor of Radiation Oncology, Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University and has been named the recipient of the George Hahn Award at upcoming Society of Thermal Medicine Meeting meeting. The George M. Hahn Award is presented every other year to an investigator whose research has contributed in a significant way to new clinical applications in thermal therapy. This lecture is named in honor of Dr. George Hahn who received the first Robinson Award in 1989. Dr. Hahn led a highly productive clinical program grant at Stanford for many years and his fundamental work in the heat shock response and in how hyperthermia modifies chemotherapy sensitivity still stands today as foundational work. His highly productive career exemplifies the translational attributes of this award.
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