Jeffrey Siegel

Executive Director, Translational Medicine, Inflammation Clinical Research | MD

Jeffrey Siegel, MD, is Executive Director, Translational Medicine, Inflammation Clinical Research at Gilead Sciences. He received his medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine, internship and residency training at the University Hospitals of Cleveland, clinical fellowship training in Rheumatology at University Hospitals of Cleveland and basic science research training at the NIH in Immunology and signal transduction. After fellowship, he joined the Naval Medical Research Institute for 5 years where he served as Branch Head, Signal Transduction. He then joined the FDA and was there for 14 years, serving as Supervisory Medical Officer, Clinical Team Leader in Rheumatology. He previously worked at Genentech as Senior Group Medical Director in the Product Development Immunology department.

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Breaking Ground in Cancer Research: Introducing the Fanconi Cancer Foundation-AACR NextGen Grant

That's why we're thrilled to announce the launch of the Fanconi Cancer Foundation-AACR NextGen Grant for Transformative Cancer Research, a flagship funding opportunity in partnership with the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR).

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Introducing the Fanconi Cancer Foundation: A New Era in FA Research & Impact

In 1989, Lynn and David Frohnmayer founded the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund (FARF), determined and desperate to find a cure for their three daughters diagnosed with Fanconi anemia (FA). Since then, their vision has grown into a vibrant community of FA families, researchers, clinicians, donors, fundraisers, staff, and volunteers, all dedicated to improving outcomes for people with FA.

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2024 Research Updates

Research is the answer to one day making FA a treatable, manageable disease. Here, you'll discover the most recent strides in FA research and activities funded by FCF. Every quarter, we'll bring you updates on newly funded grants, ongoing projects, and significant milestones.

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