Arthur t. skarin award
Established in 2011, the Oncologist of the Year Award recognizes the achievements of an individual who, throughout the span of their career, has made significant contributions that have had a transforming and lasting impact in areas of clinical oncology, patient advocacy activities, and patient care or outstanding, long-term service to MSCO.
Starting in 2022, the award name changed to honor the memory of Dr. Arthur T. Skarin, former MSCO president, who was dedicated and devoted to the education and enrichment of the oncology profession as well as advocating for patients, patient care, and treatment accessibility within the state.
The award presented annually during the MSCO Annual Meeting, and the recipient is highlighted in the MSCO newsletter, website, and in other meeting publications. The recipient is invited to deliver an acceptance speech during the Annual Meeting.
Steven E. Come, MD
Physician, Breast Medical Oncology Program, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center;
Physician, Dana Farber/ Harvard Cancer Center; Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Past Award Recipients
MSCO members are encouraged to submit their nominations via written nomination letter to be presented to the Awards Committee.
Award nominations are accepted on a continuing basis throughout the year. Nominations received after August 31st of each year will not be considered for that year's award; they will be rolled over for consideration the following year.
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