Henry S. Friedman is the James B. Powell, Jr. Professor of Neuro-Oncology at Duke University Medical Center. He is internationally recognized for his work as an educator, clinician, and laboratory/clinical investigator in both pediatric and adult brain and spinal cord tumors. He received his MD from Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse , New York in May of 1977 and stayed at that institution for pediatric and pediatric hematology-oncology training. He trained in neuro-oncology at Duke University Medical Center and joined the faculty at that institution in 1983. He has published over 350 articles in peer reviewed professional journals. He currently serves as the Co-Deputy Director of The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke.
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|“VABC is a terrific organization that is developing more effective strategies for treating brain tumors. Their financial support is helping us with a project that may reverse the damage seen in patients treated for a primary brain tumor. I was honored to receive the 2010 Gary Lichtenstein Humanitarian Award at the Sounding Off For A Cure event.”
–Henry S. Friedman, MD