publication date: May. 23, 2014
ISSUE 21 – MAY 23, 2014PDF

MD Anderson Survey Shows Faculty
Dissatisfaction with Top Leaders

In a long-awaited survey of employees at MD Anderson Cancer Center, faculty members show a significant drop in approval scores for the administration’s executive leadership, in comparison with the last time the survey was administered in 2012.

The results are important, because they gauge the impact of the institution’s president Ronald DePinho and his administration.


In Their Own Words
“Blessed with The Opportunity” vs.
“LOWEST Morale Ever”

These comments by MD Anderson faculty and staff members were selected from an 835-page document. They appear exactly as they were keyed in, with no editing. The document was obtained under the Texas Public Information Act. Names and titles of MD Anderson officials were redacted.


Guest Editorial
A Near-Term Solution: NCI and COG Agree on Plan
To Maintain Enrollment

By Peter C. Adamson

As funding issues surrounding the NCI’s new National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN) have … Continue reading 20140523

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