Johns Hopkins Awards Professorship to Melanoma Researcher


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William H. Sharfman, MD

William H. Sharfman, MD

William H. Sharfman, MD, has been awarded the first Mary Jo Rogers Professorship in Cancer Immunology and Melanoma Research at Johns Hopkins University. 

Dr. Sharfman is Associate Professor of Oncology and Dermatology, Director of Cutaneous Oncology, Clinical Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins Melanoma Program, and a founding member of the Johns Hopkins Melanoma Group. For the past 17 years, he has served as Medical Director of Oncology at the Kimmel Cancer Center’s Green Spring Station facility. 

The Johns Hopkins University received $1.375 million from the Maryland Department of Commerce for the Mary Jo Rogers Professorship in Cancer Immunology and Melanoma Research. ■


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