Donald L. Trump, M.D., assumed the title of president and CEO of Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, N.Y., on April 1, succeeding David Hohn, who stepped down to assume the role of executive director of health policy and president emeritus. Trump, 61, a physician who is an internationally known expert in vitamin D and prostate cancer research, was recruited to the institute in 2002 with the plan that he would one day become the next president and CEO. Since then, he has served as senior vice president for clinical research and chairman of the department of medicine. He was named associate director in 2002.
Trump, Donald L., M.D.
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