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Fred C. Tinning, PhD, Founder’s Day Osteopathy Lecture

November 15, 2018
Posted In: Missouri Campus, University Headlines

Fred C. Tinning, PhD, Founder’s Day Osteopathy Lecture, 

“‘Living the Dream’: The 21st Century Osteopathic Physician”

Presented by Jamie L. Wagner, DO, FACOS, ’04, KCOM

ATSU Continuing Education was honored to have Jamie L. Wagner, DO, FACOS, ’04, KCOM, present the 2018 Fred C. Tinning, PhD, Founder’s Day Osteopathy Lecture, “‘Living the Dream’: The 21st Century Osteopathic Physician,” on the University’s Missouri campus, Oct. 25, 2018. For those who were unable to attend or are interested in viewing the lecture, please view the lecture’s video link.

Dr. Wagner was born in western Kansas, and then moved to Kirksville, Missouri, with her family as a child. She continued her education in her hometown, where she attended Truman State University earning a bachelor of science degree in health science with honors, before going on to complete her doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from ATSU-KCOM in 2004. Dr. Wagner went on to complete a general surgery residency at Plaza Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas, and a breast surgical oncology fellowship at the University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, where she started her clinical practice as the first osteopathic physician faculty member in the Department of Surgical Oncology. Dr. Wagner continues to pursue her research interest with a particular focus in breast cancer related lymphedema, nodal surgery, and de-escalation therapy. She is well published in high impact, peer-reviewed journals, with her most recent work in breast cancer-related lymphedema gaining significant attention nationally for recognizing opportunities for a treatment paradigm shift in the survivorship era of breast cancer patients.

Dr. Wagner is an associate professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Kansas Health System. She serves as the chief of the Division of Breast Surgical Oncology and director of the Breast Program at the Women’s Cancer Center at the University of Kansas Cancer Center. She is the institutional principal investigator for the Alliance for Clinical Trials national cooperative group and an active member of the organization’s prevention committee. Dr. Wagner is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery and a fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons. She is married to German Berbel, DO, a graduate from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and a board certified general surgeon. They have two very active sons, Gabe, 7, and Jordi, 5.

For questions, please call ATSU Continuing Education at 660.626.2232 or email continuingeducation@atsu.edu.Attachments areaPreview YouTube video ATSU Founder’s Day Tinning Lecture 2018

 

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