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Optimize Your Well-Being: Prevent. Heal. Thrive

FREE Virtual Symposium
Jan. 23, 2021


The UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness & the UC Cancer Center Survivorship and Supportive Services Program are hosting a free symposium series focused on integrative health and cancer survivorship.Join us Jan. 23 starting at 9"30AM. Learn more and see the lineup of speakers and topics >>

Featured Speaker  - Mladen Golubic, MD, PhD
the Center's new Medical Director will present:

Practical Nutritional Steps for Cancer Survivors
to Improve Their Long-Term Health

Moderated Q & A will follow the presentation; participants can submit questions via chat.

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Welcome Dr. Mladen Golubic, Center Medical Director + Professor in the Dept. of Family & Community Medicine
“Dr. Golubic is an exceptional leader in the fields of lifestyle and integrative medicine, with a wealth of clinical, research and educational experience to bring to bear at UC and UC Health. We look forward to his first joint clinic with Cancer Survivorship opening later this month,” says Sian Cotton, PhD, director of the center and Turner Farm Foundation Chair. “His clinical leadership at the center will significantly propel all of our efforts – clinical, education, research and community engagement – to new heights to achieve our vision of being transformational leaders in integrative health and wellness.”

Golubic received his medical degree and doctorate in biology and biomedicine from the University of Zagreb. He completed postdoctoral training at the Max Planck Institute for Biology in addition to his internal medicine residency at Huron Hospital in Cleveland. His specialty interests include lifestyle medicine with particular emphasis on lifestyle therapies for cardiovascular disease and lifestyle-related cancer. He is currently one of 43 fellows of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. Golubic has received grant support from various national organizations for basic science and clinical research, including the National Institutes of Health for his group’s work on therapeutic modulation of inflammation in patients with malignant brain tumors by dietary and herbal medicine approaches.

 
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