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Narjust Duma, MD, and Gladys I. Rodriguez, MD, on A First for Hispanic Women: Formation of a YIA for Latinas

2021 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Narjust Duma, MD, of the Carbone Cancer Center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Gladys I. Rodriguez, MD, of South Texas Oncology and Hematology, talk about the underrepresentation of Hispanic individuals in medicine, especially in oncology, and their efforts to create the first Young Investigator Award in Recognition of an Outstanding Latina Researcher to encourage Hispanic women to enter medicine and cancer research.



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