CHI Oncology Investigators and Research Teams Receive Awards from the National Cancer Institute

11/27/17 News Article

CHI oncology investigators and research teams from around the system received a total of 11 awards at the annual meeting of the National Cancer Institute’s Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP). This NCI-supported network brings cancer prevention clinical trials and cancer care delivery research to people in their home communities.

Teams and investigators were recognized for successful participation in the many volunteer efforts involving NCI boards, steering committees, task forces, working groups, coordinating committees, and advisory panels. NCORP also presented physicians who have enrolled high number of patients in clinical trials with Physician Accrual Awards. Just 10% of all NCORP-rostered physicians qualified for Physician Accrual Awards at one of three levels:

  • Gold Award: 30-40 total patient accruals
  • Silver Award: 20-29 total patient accruals
  • Appreciation Award: 11-19 total patient accruals

CHI physicians who received awards are:

Gold Award

  • Sitki Copur, MD, CHI Health St. Francis Research Team (Grand Island, NE)

Silver Award

  • Ryan Ramaekers, MD, CHI Health St. Francis Research Team (Grand Island, NE)
  • Sibel Blau, MD, CHI Franciscan Health/Northwest Medical Services (Burien, WA)

Appreciation Award

  • Apruva Mehta, MD, TriHealth (Cincinnati, OH)
  • Jessica Croley, MD, KentuckyOne Health (Lexington, KY)
  • Jack Basil,MD, TriHealth (Cincinnati, OH)
  • Monte Martin, MD, KentuckyOne Health (Bardstown, KY)
  • Bradley Hiatt, MD, Mercy-Des Moines (Des Moines, IA)
  • Carmen Matei, MD, Centura Health Penrose St. Francis (Colorado Springs, CO)
  • Ching Ho, MD, TriHealth (Cincinnati, OH)
  • Jacob Mathew, MD, CHI Franciscan Health (Harrison, WA)

“Together, we have built the CHI NCORP from the ground up,” said Andrea Buchmeier, system director, site operations and research programs, and program director, NCORP. “It’s a credit to all our physicians, our CHI cancer center teams, our CHI research teams, and the CHI NCORP administrative team.”

Together, we have built the CHI NCORP from the ground up. It’s a credit to all our physicians, our CHI cancer center teams, our CHI research teams, and the CHI NCORP administrative team.

- Andrea Buchmeier, system director, site operations and research programs, and program director, NCORP
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