Simon Says Expert Series

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Curious about cancer research? Wondering about clinical trials? Looking for advice on palliative care? Interested in living your best life after cancer treatment? 

The experts at IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center have the answers you need—and advice on topics you might not have even considered yet.

The Simon Says Expert Series is a live monthly webinar featuring our world-renowned researchers, physicians, and specialists sharing their knowledge on everything from prevention to survivorship. 

Coming Soon

Sickle Cell Disease: Designing Care for Life
12 p.m. ET Sept. 26

Seethal Jacob, MD, MS, and Andrew O’Brien, MD, will discuss sickle cell disease and how they are working together to conduct research that improves sickle cell care in Indiana. Their research and that of their colleagues encompasses everything from telemedicine, acupuncture, pulmonary hypertension basic science research, and more. You’ll learn more about their work that focuses on the importance of designing comprehensive lifespan care to improve health outcomes for people living with sickle cell disease. The cancer center organizes the research and care of sickle cell disease, a non-malignant hematological (blood) disorder. 


Seethal Jacob, MD, MS
Director, Pediatric Sickle Cell Program at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, IU School of Medicine

Andrew O’Brien, MD
Director, Adult Sickle Cell Program at IU Health
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, IU School of Medicine


Antwione Haywood, PhD
Associate Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center

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Each webinar is about 45-50 minutes long, and registration for the livestream is FREE.

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