Fellow Liaisons

Approved by the NNECOS Board of Directors in July of 2016, the NNECOS Fellow Board Liaison positions are two-year, non-voting seats on the Board of Directors, providing representation to the fellowship programs in Northern New England. Fellow liaisons participate in board meetings/teleconferences, on NNECOS committees, and facilitate/promote membership and engagement among their peers.

In 2021, the NNECOS Board Fellow Liaison positions expanded to two representatives from each institution. 




Current Fellow Liaisons

University of Vermont (UVM) Liaisons

Dr. Rahul Anil  Dr. Kara Landry

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Co-Liaisons

Former Fellow Liaisons

NNECOS is grateful for the service of those who have previously served as Fellow Liaisons.

 

Ximena Jordan Bruno, MD – UVM - 2019 – 2021

 

Victoria Forbes, MD – DHMC - 2018 – 2020

 Saranya Kodali, MD – UVM 2017-2019

Saranya Kodali, MD – UVM 2017-2019


 Erica Bernhardt, MD – DHMC - 2016-2018

Erica Bernhardt, MD – DHMC - 2016-2018

 Hibba tul Rehman, MD – UVM – 2016-2017

Hibba tul Rehman, MD – UVM – 2016-2017


 
    


Where Are They Now? Previous Updates: 

Hibba tul Rehman, MD - I am currently at UVM  working as an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of Hematology and Oncology at Larner College of medicine. My clinical interests are lung cancer, melanoma and sarcoma. My research interests lie in understanding the mechanisms involved in pathogenesis of cancer and ways to target them, to control the disease. My current research activities include a NNECOS funded project to evaluate strategies to prevent sarcopenia in NSCLC patients who are undergoing systemic therapy.

Victoria E. Forbes, MD, MS

Victoria served as a NNECOS Fellow Liaison from 2018-2020. After graduating from Fellowship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, she took a position as Assistant Professor in the University of Connecticut's Department of Hematology and Oncology. She specializes in benign and malignant Hematology and is passionate about Global Oncology and trainee education. At UConn, she serves as Core Faculty and is the Site Director for the Fellows. She directs UConn's first Global Oncology Program and continues to work closely with the Dartmouth Fellowship Program Director, Dr. Mary Chamberlin, serving on the Core Panel of the Global Oncology Project ECHO course. She is on the Executive Committee of a novel multinational virtual Global Oncology Tumor Board and is excited to launch the program this year with Dr. Chamberlin and her team. She looks forward to precepting the UConn and Dartmouth Fellows on the global stage in the future. She remains actively engaged in NNECOS.

Northern New England Clinical Oncology Society
P.O. Box 643
Sandown, NH 03873-0643
Telephone (603) 887-1948
info@nnecos.org

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