publication date: Mar. 6, 2015

Howard Bailey Named Director of UW Carbone Cancer Center


HOWARD BAILEY was named director of the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, effective April 1. Bailey has served as interim director since September 2013.

He is a professor of medicine at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, and specializes in gynecologic and soft-tissue cancers and cancer prevention.

Bailey, who worked under and alongside Paul Carbone, for whom the cancer center is named, has been an active cancer clinician and researcher since joining the faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1994.

He has led the development of three different state- and nationwide clinical research networks to expand access to research for patients. In 2011, he was appointed to the national committee which reviews all NCI-designated Cancer Centers and is currently the national chair of the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s Cancer Prevention Committee.

An expert on drug and nutrient development for cancer prevention and treatment, he has directed or participated in more than 100 cancer clinical trials examining agents for preventing or treating malignancies.


MEREDITH MULLINS joined the University of Arizona Cancer Center as associate director of administration.

As associate director, Mullins is responsible for oversight of the development, implementation and programmatic evaluation of the center’s research efforts. She will work with Director Andrew Kraft in unifying clinical development strategies across the UACC’s Tucson and Phoenix campuses.

Mullins will also be responsible for the center’s administrative units, including fiscal management, human resources, grants and contracts management, public affairs, development and facility management.

She was most recently vice president for administration … Continue reading 41-09 Howard Bailey Named Director of UW Carbone Cancer Center

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