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Daniel Anaya (US)

Dr. Anaya is a surgical oncologist with a special interest in the surgical treatment – as a component of multidisciplinary care – of liver tumors. He completed his medical degree training in Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota – Colombia (1997). He then pursued a General Surgery Residency at the University of Washington, in Seattle (2006), and subsequently completed a clinical fellowship in Surgical Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX (2008). He spent the first 8 years of his career at Baylor College of Medicine where he developed a funded research program in geriatric surgical oncology and quality of cancer care delivery. In 2015, he was recruited to Moffitt Cancer Center as the Head of the Hepatobiliary Section. In addition to his clinical practice which focuses on surgical management of hepatobiliary tumors, Dr. Anaya’s current research program focuses on surgical and multidisciplinary management of primary and secondary liver tumors, as well as the role of surgery for the geriatric population; focusing primarily on geriatric assessment tools and patient-centered outcomes including HRQoL following  surgical treatment. Dr. Anaya is an active member of a number of professional societies with leadership roles in many of them. He also serves in the editorial board of multiple academic peer-reviewed journals, and has been recognized with local, regional and national awards for patient care, team science and contribution to the field.

November 10, 2017
9:30am to 11:00am Educational session: Liver cancer in the elderly Warsaw IV & V Daniel Anaya (US), Sarah Hoffe (US), Lodovico Balducci (US), Jessica Frakes (US), Junsung Choi (US)