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Edward M. Wolin, M.D.


Edward M. Wolin, M.D., has been recruited as director of the neuroendocrine tumor program at the Montefiore Einstein Center for Cancer Care. Previously, Dr. Wolin directed the neuroendocrine and gastrointestinal tumor program at the Markey Comprehensive Cancer Center of the University of Kentucky, where he was also director of clinical research. Dr. Wolin is internationally recognized for his research in treating neuroendocrine tumors. These include rare malignancies such as carcinoid, insulinoma and gastrinoma, which often produce hormones. Dr. Wolin brings a robust portfolio of clinical trials with a recent focus on drugs targeted to receptors on the surface of this family of cancer cells.

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