Dr Nataliya Uboha

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Medical Oncologist

  • University of Wisconsin
  • location United States

Dr Nataliya Uboha is an Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology and Oncology and a member of Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC). Her clinical and research activities focus on upper GI cancers. She has extensive clinical trial experience, with a particular emphasis on phase 1 and biomarker based clinical studies. She is a Faculty Leader for the Cancer Therapy Discovery & Development (Phase I) Program at UWCCC. She is a co-leader and founder of the Basket Disease Oriented Team at UWCCC, which has a specific focus on biomarker based trials across disease types. Dr Uboha has a number of regional and national leadership roles. She serves on the board of Wisconsin Association of Hematology and Oncology. She is a co-chair for the GI Cancer Research Group in Big 10 Cancer Research Consortium. She chairs the Upper GI working group at ECOG-ACRIN and serves on the National Cancer Institute Upper GI Taskforce as an ECOG representative.

Dr Nataliya Uboha has received financial support/sponsorship for research support, consultation, or speaker fees from the following companies:

Consulting: QED, Taiho Inc., Incyte, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Boston Gene, Helsinn
Research Funding: Taiho Inc, Ipsen, EMD Serono
Long position holdings: Natera, Exact Sciences

Other programmes developed by Dr Nataliya Uboha

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Oncology 
Update from ASCO GI 2023

Episode 2: Lower GI highlights

Experts
Asst. Prof. Efrat Dotan, Dr Nataliya Uboha, Prof. Shubham Pant, Prof. Andrea Sartore-Bianchi
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    Resouces
  • clock 24 MIN
  • calendar Jan 2023

Educational programme supported by an independent medical education grant from Bayer

Episode

1

of 2

episode
Oncology 
Update from ASCO GI 2023

Episode 1: Upper GI cancer highlights

Experts
Asst. Prof. Efrat Dotan, Dr Nataliya Uboha, Prof. Shubham Pant, Prof. Andrea Sartore-Bianchi
  • download Downloadable
    Resouces
  • clock 25 MIN
  • calendar Jan 2023

Educational programme supported by an independent medical education grant from Bayer