NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ--Last month, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey welcomed Joseph Aisner, MD, as its new associate director of clinical science, and added four new physician/scientists to its staff.
Dr. Aisner will also serve as chief of the Division of Medical Oncology and professor of medicine and environment and community medicine. He was recruited from the University of Maryland where he was chief of medical oncology and director of the Cancer Center.
Joseph Germino, MD, and Eric H. Rubin, MD, have joined the Institute as assistant professors of medicine. Dr. Germino comes from Yale University School of Medicine and Dr. Rubin from Dana-Farber and Harvard Medical School.
James Stephen Goydos, MD, of the University of Pittsburgh, is a new instructor of surgery, and Thomas Joseph Kearney, MD, of the University of Chicago, is assistant professor of surgery.
Established in 1990, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey is a partnership of four New Jersey hospitals and medical centers, the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), and the UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.