Category: From the Director
Weiner to step down as director of Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center March 31; Henry to serve as interim director
George Weiner, MD, director of University of Iowa Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center, will step down from the leaders
Congratulations to Dr. Raymond Hohl
Dr. Raymond Hohl departs from Holden to become the director of the Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute. In light of this, Dr. Weiner highlights his greatest accomplishments at Iowa.
Collaboration in Isolation to Address Our Mission
In the pandemic, it's more important than ever to collaborate with our peers.
Reducing the Burden of Cancer
Dr. Weiner describes how we can increase the rapid progress of cancer research.
Hit Me with Your Best Shot- External Advisory Boards
Dr Weiner demonstrates how advisory board meetings organize research efforts and lead to advances.
Addressing Complex, Painful, Inescapable Truths
Cancer research can be painful, not unlike filling out our taxes.
Thriving in a Matrix
Cancer research is a three-dimensional matrix comprised of departments, programs, and groups. Dr. Weiner explains how to stand out in this environment.
Dr. Weiner illustrates the importance of improving patient satisfaction at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, and how to measure it.
A Laugh, a Smile, and When Medically Permitted, a Hug
Dr. Weiner discusses the importance of togetherness around the holidays, and how its beauty can be applied to patient care.
Medicine, Roots, and Sunshine
Dr. Weiner describes how the American Clinical and Climatological Association has thrived by sticking to its roots.