Listen To Hope’s 30th Anniversary Audio Collection
All in one place and for your listening enjoyment!
Below are collected conversations with various SWOG and Hope leadership, as well as recipients of Hope grant support.
Thank you to all of these wonderful individuals who shared their time and stories as a part of our 30th anniversary celebration.
Jamie Myers, PhD, RN is a Research Associate Professor at the University of Kansas School of Nursing who conducts research at the KU Cancer Center. She chairs SWOG’s nursing research subcommittee. Christa Braun-Inglis, DNP, APRN is a Nurse Practitioner and Assistant Researcher at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center and the Hawaii Minority Underserved NCI Community Oncology Research Program (MU-NCORP). Here they discuss the SWOG Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Initiative, a program they’ve developed with funding support from The Hope Foundation for Cancer Research.
Dana Sparks is the Director of Operations & Protocols for SWOG Cancer Research Network. Here she discusses the SWOG Early Stage Investigator Training Course and how The Hope Foundation’s support of this program – and others – has helped them thrive.
Next, Dana talks about the work SWOG teams have accomplished together throughout years advancing cancer care through clinical trials.
Dr. Mariana Chavez Mac Gregor is a breast medical oncologist at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and she serves as SWOG Cancer Research Network’s Executive Officer for International Affairs. Dacia Christin is a Clinical Research Project Manager at Cancer Research And Biostatistics, and she serves as SWOG’s liaison to the Latin America Initiative. In this conversation they discuss their early involvement with the SWOG Latin America Initiative (SLAI), how the program has developed over time, and future directions for research and collaboration.
All tracks recorded and produced by Juliet Hinely. Music on all tracks: “Beige” by Charley Cardboard.