Sep. 21, 2020
Our Stories: Our Stories Ep. 14 (Celia Lett)
Nurse practitioner Celia Lett tells us how caring for and about people is what brought her into nursing, and good relationships with colleagues and patients has kept her in the field for decades. She also shares her experience in Honduras, a time she remembers fondly.
Sep. 8, 2020
Our Stories: Our Stories Ep. 13 (Nicole Bansavage)
Nursing unit director, Nicole Bansavage talks about how she learned compassion from her mom and dad, and how this is a driving force in her work with patients with cancer. She explores how helping systems run smoothly makes a huge difference for patients in their coping with the cancer treatment journey.
Aug. 24, 2020
Our Stories: Our Stories Ep. 12 (Dr. Fuad El Rassi)
Hematologist Fuad El Rassi, MD, shares his story of choosing medicine after witnessing the care his parents provided for his grandfather, an educator who taught and modeled the importance of taking care of other people.
Aug. 10, 2020
Our Stories: Our Stories Ep. 11 (Dr. Colin Vale)
Medical oncology fellow, Colin Vale, MD, shares his experience with medical education and training in different parts of the country, his concern for new trainees during the pandemic, and the ways he is maintaining his own wellness on the road to becoming an oncologist.
July 27, 2020
Our Stories: Our Stories Ep. 10 (DaVida Lee-Williams)
DaVida Lee-Williams, Director of Guest and Volunteer Services at Winship Cancer Institute, shares about her value of treating people from all walks of life with deep respect, learned from her mother. She finds deep joy in getting to know about her volunteers’ lives and in creating a program that brings benefit to them and to the patients.
July 13, 2020
Our Stories: Our Stories Ep. 9 (JB Belonio, RN)
Winship Infusion Center Nurse Manager, JB Belonio talks about how witnessing a nurse offer care in his childhood inspired him into nursing, and how his mother’s battle with cancer impacts the way he approaches patients.
June 29, 2020
Our Stories: Our Stories Ep. 8 (Kendelle Miller, LCSW, ACM)
Winship licensed clinical social worker Kendelle Miller talks about her inspiration for her commitment to helping people whose lives are affected by cancer, and shares practical tips for self-care and giving grace.
June 15, 2020
Our Stories: Our Stories Ep. 7 (Caleb Raine, PA)
Winship physician assistant Caleb Raine talks about how growing up in a small town helped him learn how to be a compassionate provider for people living with cancer, and how to listen to and respect patients and colleagues.
May 29, 2020
Our Stories: Our Stories Ep. 6 (Dani Casbourne, NP)
Winship nurse practitioner Dani Casbourne, FNP-C shares about her unexpected call into nursing and the ways working in hospice care prepared her for caring for patients living with cancer.
May 15, 2020
Our Stories: Ep. 5 (Dr. Ragini Kudchadkar)
Winship medical oncologist Ragini Kudchadkar, MD, shares about the inspiration she gained from her mentors, which she carries with her in her medical practice. Listen to her talk about her joy in life, and the ways connecting with patients helps her maintain her wellness as a physician.
May 1, 2020
Our Stories: Ep. 4 (Dr. Jane Meisel)
Winship medical oncologist Jane Meisel, MD, shares about how her parents made space for her to pursue her dreams, and the ways her mentors taught her to offer compassionate care to her patients. Listen to her talk about balancing home and work life, and the genuine joy she experiences in her clinical practice.
April 17, 2020
Our Stories: Ep. 3 (Dr. Suresh Ramalingam)
Winship medical oncologist Suresh Ramalingam, MD, shares about the values his parents instilled in him as a child, which he aims to pass on to his children. Listen to his passion for helping others through the vast reach of research and education, and to the way gratitude plays a role in his life and work.
Feb. 24, 2020
Our Stories: Ep. 2 (Dr. Keerthi Gogineni)
Winship medical oncologist Keerthi Gogineni, MD, shares about her 94-year-old grandfather, a fellow physician, and her inspiration for becoming a doctor. Listen to her words about her values in caring for patients living with breast cancer, as well as the ways she seeks balance in her work and life.
Feb. 6, 2020
Our Stories: Ep. 1 (Dr. Martha Arellano)
Winship hematologist Martha Arellano, MD, shares her powerful story about her childhood in Colombia, her inspiration to become a doctor, and her long and challenging road into this profession. She explores the way she has found grounding through connections with her family, and how she has maintained balance as a hematologist.
July 1, 2019
Emory Healthcare Podcast: Cancer Genetic Counseling - A New Frontier of Precision Prevention
Christine Stanislaw, Director of Genetic Counseling at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, explains how genetic counseling works, and who should consider genetic testing. Winship Genetic Counseling Program’s goal is to provide patients with the most current information about hereditary cancer risk and guidelines for cancer screening and treatment.