Monday, October 2
The Present State of Cancer Research and How a Doctor's Faith and Vocation Inform One Another
Monday, October 16
Care for the Patient and the Role of Faith
Monday, October 23
Faith and Healing
Dr. Kenneth Bishop is a hematologist and oncologist in Attleboro, Massachusetts. He graduated from Gordon College in 1998 with a major in biology, and received an MD and PhD in Cellular Immunology from University of Massachusetts Medical School in 2008. He completed residency training in internal medicine and fellowship training in hematology and oncology at Brown University between 2008 and 2015. Currently, Dr. Bishop's primary interests lie in the successful integration of palliative and oncologic care.
Navid Mahooti, M.D.
North Shore Physicians Group
October 2: "The Current State of Cancer Research and How a Doctor's Faith and Vocation Inform One Another"
Rev. Tom Haugen
Gordon College Chaplain
October 16: "Care for the Patient and the Role of Faith"
Elaine Phillips, Ph.D.
Gordon College Distinguished Professor of Biblical Studies
October 23: "Faith and Healing"