Other Breast Cancer Experts
In addition to our Medical Advisory Board members, Living Beyond Breast Cancer is fortunate to have many other breast cancer experts who donate their time and energy to serve as speakers, reviewers, advocates and expert resources.
H. Irene Su, MD, MSCE, is assistant professor of reproductive medicine at the University of California – San Diego.
Scott K. Sullivan, MD, FACS, is board certified in plastic surgery and is co-founder of the Center for Restorative Breast Surgery and the St. Charles Surgical Hospital in New Orleans, where he is pioneering landmark breast reconstruction techniques.
Mark L. Sundermeyer, MD
Melinda Telli, MD, is a medical oncologist and assistant professor of medicine in the division of medical oncology at Stanford University School of Medicine.
Deborah Toppmeyer, MD, is a medical oncologist and associate professor of medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She is director of the Stacy Goldstein Breast Center at The Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
Rebecca Trupp, RN, OCN, CBPN-IC is co-founder and vice president of The National Coalition of Oncology Nurse Navigators.
Carolyn Vachani is an oncology advanced practice nurse at the University of Pennsylvania’s Abramson Cancer Center.
Linda T. Vahdat, MD, is associate professor of clinical medicine and director of the breast cancer research program at Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Her research interests include peripheral neuropathy, new medicines and conducting clinical trials in breast cancer.
Catherine Van Poznak, MD, is assistant professor in the department of internal medicine division on hematology/oncology at the University of Michigan She specializes in bone-related health in women with a history of breast cancer.
Kala Visvanathan, MBBS, FRACP, MHS, is an associate professor of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and an associate professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.