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Judy Garber, MD, MPH

Director, Cancer Genetics and Prevention Disease Center, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Dr. Garber is Director of the Cancer Genetics and
Prevention Disease Center at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and a
Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She founded one of
the first clinics in the country devoted to the identification and
management of individuals at highest risk for breast cancer and which
formed the basis of the new center. She has played a major role in
the development of national guidelines in genetics and medical
oncology. Her research includes the study of breast cancer and the
characteristics and treatment of triple negative breast cancer. Her
translational research focuses on the evaluation of novel agents for
the treatment and prevention of breast cancer and other hereditary
cancers. Dr. Garber serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of the
Breast Cancer Research Foundation and is the immediate past president
of the AACR.