Tatiana Vidaurre, MD, MSc, MPH, Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Neoplásicas, Peru
Tatiana Vidaurre is a medical oncologist and former Institutional Head at the National Institute of Neoplastic Diseases—INEN, Lima, Peru—who completed her medical studies at Human Medicine Faculty of the Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University—UPCH, Lima, Peru—with different specialties in medical oncology and general medicine (INEN, UPCH), health services management (UPCH), health administration (UPCH), and medical audit (USLG and Epidemiological and Clinical Oncology Reasearch–INEN). She has a Masters degree in molecular oncology from the National Center for Oncology Research (CNIO) in Spain and public health diploma and Master´s degree with a Mention in Health Services Management from UPCH; and Doctorate studies in public health from UPCH, with extensive experience in oncology clinical research with postgraduate training in molecular clinical oncology at the National Cancer Institute (Bethesda, USA). She has developed the National Plan for Comprehensive Cancer Care and the Improvement of Access to Oncological Services in Peru—Plan Esperanza— and important public health policy for cancer control in Peru. She is also the Founder of the INEN Breast Cancer Club, the main peruvian oncology patients organisation for women cancer control. Currently she works as medical oncologist and researcher at INEN and as University Professor at UPCH.
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