In the next installment of ASTCT’s Titans of Transplant series, Susan Slater, nurse practitioner and recipient of the Best APP Abstract Award at the 2016 BMT Tandem meetings and the 2020 APP SIG Lifetime Achievement Award, is interviewed by Dr. Jennifer Saultz, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Oregon Healthy & Science University and a member of the Adult Transplant and cellular therapy team.
About Susan Slater
Susan Slater, MN, FNP-BC is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health & Science University. She has 25 years’ experience as nurse practitioner caring for patients with hematologic malignancies undergoing stem cell transplantation. Her main focus of care is long-term follow up and survivorship care. She’s the recipient of the Best APP Abstract Award at the 2016 BMT Tandem meetings as well as the 2020 APP SIG Lifetime Achievement Award. She is the co-editor of Blood and Marrow Transplant Handbook which is currently in its third edition. She also serves as the Co-director of the Knight Cancer Institute APP Fellowship Program and looks forward to enrolling the first cohort of fellows in January, 2023.
About Jennifer Saultz
Dr. Jennifer Saultz (@jennifernsaultz) is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Oregon Healthy & Science University and a member of the Adult Transplant and cellular therapy team. Her research focuses on the innate immune resistance signatures in AML. She is also a member of the ASTCT Content Committee.
The Titans of Transplant series seeks to recognize, celebrate and chronicle the physicians, researchers, pharmacists, nurses, social workers and more who were on the frontlines of the early days of transplant.
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