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Urologic cancer expert Rini joins VICC as chief of Clinical Trials

 

by Tom Wilemon

Brian Rini, MD, an internationally recognized leader in genitourinary oncology, kidney cancer, and clinical drug development, is joining Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (VICC) as the inaugural chief of Clinical Trials.

Rini was recruited from the Cleveland Clinic, where he currently serves as director of the Genitourinary Cancer Program and professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. His start date is Jan. 28, 2020.  At Vanderbilt, he will be an Ingram Professor of Medicine and will lead kidney cancer clinical research efforts, in addition to the  new role, which will focus on expanding oncology clinical research operations and training opportunities in clinical cancer research across the board.

“We are very excited to have Brian Rini join the division. He not only helps to further strengthen our outstanding urologic oncology team, but his expertise in clinical trials management will bring new opportunities for all clinical researchers at VICC,” said Jordan Berlin, MD, associate director for Clinical Research at VICC and Ingram Professor of Cancer Research.

Rini will join Berlin and Vicki Keedy, MD, MSCI, associate professor of Medicine and medical director of the Clinical Trials Office, in the leadership of oncology clinical trial operations.

Rini served as chair of the Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2018-2019 and completed a four-year term on that committee. He was a founding member of the Kidney Cancer Programmatic Panel for the Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs, spearheading the launch of what is now the largest source of kidney cancer research support in the nation, directing more than $20 million in grant funding to kidney cancer basic, translational and clinical investigations.

“I’m thrilled to have Dr. Rini on board,” said Kimryn Rathmell, MD, PhD, Cornelius Abernathy Craig Professor of Medicine and director of the Division of Hematology and Oncology. “Brian is an international leader in genitourinary oncology, and oncology drug development.

“He is a key opinion leader in clinical investigation and leads innovative clinical trials that advance the treatments of cancer, as well as creates opportunities to bring robust biomarkers into the clinical management of kidney cancer patients. Most importantly, he’s an effective and thoughtful mentor and a genuinely wonderful physician.”

The FDA in April approved the combination of the targeted therapy axitinib and the immunotherapy pembrolizumab after results of a clinical trial were published in The New England Journal of Medicine. Rini, who was the lead author of that study, has had more than 280 articles published in peer-reviewed journals, including The Lancet, JAMA, Cancer and Journal of the National Cancer Institute. He is a member of the editorial boards of Journal of Clinical Oncology, Cancer and British Journal of Urology.

“Dr. Rini is an exceptional physician investigator who is internationally respected for his practice-changing research in genitourinary oncology,” said Jennifer Pietenpol, PhD, Executive Vice President for Research at VUMC and director of VICC. “He will bring leadership and excellence in clinical investigation to Vanderbilt-Ingram.”

A native of Cleveland, Rini received his medical degree from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and then completed his residency in internal medicine in 1998 followed by a three-year fellowship in hematology and oncology at the University of Chicago Medical Center. He was an assistant professor of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco from 2001 to 2005 when he left to join Cleveland Clinic.

“I’m excited to come to Vanderbilt,” Rini said. “It’s a big move for me away from my hometown and family, but I am ready for a change. I think the potential at Vanderbilt is unbelievable. I’ve known Kim Rathmell for over 20 years, so as I was starting to think about other opportunities, I reached out to her for advice as a friend and colleague. We both have been extensively involved with kidney cancer research for many years. I think we will be a strong pairing to make an even bigger impact in patients’ lives.”

Rini will be moving to Nashville with his wife, Amalia “Mali,” and their two sons, one who is a college student and the other a junior in high school.

“Vanderbilt is a great opportunity,” he said. “There are so many researchers at Vanderbilt engaged in kidney cancer and immunotherapy that we are poised to make some major breakthroughs in the disease. There have already been some major breakthroughs, but we are still not curing every patient, so we still have a long way to go. I know we are going to do great things.”

Sours: https://news.vumc.org/2019/10/24/urologic-cancer-expert-rini-joins-vicc%E2%80%88as-chief-of-clinical-trials/
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Full text of Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Circulars : Special Election of Director

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federal R eserve bank S t . L o u is of S t . L o u i s 2, M i s s o u r i SPECTATj ELR C TIO X O F D IR E C T O R January 22, 1954 To the Member B anks in the Eighth Federal Reserve D istrict: A special election will be held under the provisions of Section 4 of the Federal Reserve Act to choose a ( lass B director of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis to succeed Mr. M. Moss Alexander who resigned as Class B director, effective December 31, 1953, to accept an appointm ent by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System as Class C director of this bank. His successor will hold office as C'lass B director for the remainder of the term ending December 31, 1954. Mr. Alexander was elccted by banks in Group 1, and his successor will be chosen by the banks in this s^roup. G roup 1 consists of banks having capital and surplus of S700,000 and over. A list of the banks comjxjsing this group, as shown by our records, is given on the following pages. Each bank in Group 1 is perm itted to nominate a candidate for Class B director. The nomination must be made by resolution of the board of directors and certified to me on or before February 23, 1954. A form and self-addressed envelope for this purpose are enclosed. On M arch 1 a list of the candidates (indicating by whom nominated) and a preferential ballot will be mailed to each bank in Group 1. The ballot must be cast within fifteen days after receipt. The polls will open on March 3 and close at 2 p. m. on March 18, 1954. At th a t time the ballot box will be opened in the board room of this bank, the votes counted and results announced. The candidates are invited to be present or represented on th a t occasion. In order to be counted, the ballot must be executed by an officer authorized to cast the vote. On the following pages are shown the officers heretofore designated for this purpose. The authority conferred on them continues until revoked. Any bank th a t desires to change its authorization, should do so by reso­ lution of its board of directors and certify the appointm ents to me before the polls close. The Federal Reserve Act provides: "W henever any two or more member banks within the same Federal reserve district are affiliated with the same holding company affiliate, participation by such member banks in any such nomination or election shall be confined to one of such banks, which may be designated for the purpose by such holding company affiliate.” A holding company affiliate having one or more sub­ sidiary member banks in each group may designate one of such banks in each group. Certified copies of the resolutions making such designations should be filed with me. While the banks in Groups 2 and 3 will not vote in this election, this circular is sent to them without forms for their information. M. MOSS A LEX A N D ER, Chairman of the Board. P ro v isio n s o f S e c tio n 4 of th e Federal R eserve A ct, a n d o p in io n s o f th e Federal R eserve Board* regard ing q u a lific a tio n s of C lass A and C lass B d irecto rs. Section 4 of the Federal Reserve Act provides th a t “ Class A shall consist of three members, who shall be chosen by and be representative of the stockholding banks. No officer or director of a member hank shall be eligible to serve as a Class A director unless nominated and elected by banks which are members of the same group as the member bank of which he is an officer or director. Any person who is an officer or director of more than one member bank shall not be eligible for nomination as a Class A director except by banks in the same group as the bank having tin* largest aggregate resources of any of those of which such person is an officer or director. Class B shall consist of three members, who a t the time of their election shall be actively engaged in their district in commerce, agriculture or some other industrial pursuit. No director of ('lass B shall be an officcr, director or employe of any bank. No Senator or Representative in Congress shall be a member of the Federal Reserve Board* or an officer or a director of a Federal reserve bank.” In a resolution adopted December 23, 1915, the Federal Reserve Board* expressed the opinion th at “ persons holding political or public office in the service of the United States, or of any State, territory, county, district, political sub­ division, or municipality thereof, or acting as members of political party com­ mittees, cannot consistently with the spirit and underlying principles of the Federal Reserve Act, serve as directors or officers of Federal reserve banks.” On December 28, 1915, the Federal Reserve Board* resolved th a t “ national bank examiners shall not hereafter be elected - - - to directorships in Federal reserve banks." Under date of July 2, 1925, the Federal Reserve Board* advised it had “ reached the conclusion th at a person whose sole occupation is th at of officer of an insurance company is not eligible for election as a Class B director of a Federal reserve bank.” *Sec. 203 (a) of the Banking Act of 1935 provides th at "H ereafter the Federal Reserve Board shall be known as the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System .” GROUP 1 C o n sistin g o f all m em b er banks w ith cap ital an d su rp lu s o f $700,000 a n d over. Hanks in th is group elect on e C lass B D irector ARKANSAS C ITY Blytheville....................... El D o rad o ....................... Forrest C ity .................... Fort S m ith ...................... Fort S m ith ...................... I iclcn a............................. I lot S prings.................... Little R o ck..................... NAME O F BANK V O T IN G O FFIC E R . .Farm ers Bank & Trust Co............................................ . . . . Chairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier . .First National Bank........................................................ ........ C hairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier . . National Bank of Eastern Arkansas............................ . . . . C hairm an, President, Vice President or Cashier . . First N ational B ank........................................................ ........ Chairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier . . M erchants N ational B ank............................................. ........ President, Vicc President or Cashier . . Phillips National B ank................................................... ........ Chairm an. President, Vicc President or Cashier . .Arkansas T rust Com pany. . .............. President, Active Vice President or Cashier . . Commercial National Bank.......................................... ........ President, Executive Vicc President, Vice President or Cashier Little R o ck..................... . .U nion National B ank................................................... ........ C hairm an, President, Vicc President, Cashier o r Secretary Little R ock...................... . .W orthen Bank & T rust Co........................................... ........ Chairm an, President or Vice President Pine Bluff........................ . .N ational Bank of Commerce. . .................................... ........ Chairm an, President or Vice President Pine Bluff........................ . .Simmons National B ank........................................................ President T e x a rk a n a...................... . . State National B ank..................................................... ........ President, Vice President or Cashier ILLINO IS A lton ................................ . .First N ational Bank & Trust C o.......................................... C hairm an, President, Vice President or Cashier Belleville.......................... . .First National Bank...................................................... ........ C hairm an, President, Vicc President, Cashier or Assistant Cashier East St. Louis................. . . First N ational B ank...................................................... ........ C hairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier East St. L ouis................. . .Southern Illinois National B ank.......................................... President, Vicc President or Cashier East St. L ouis................. . .U nion National B ank.................................................... ........ President, Vice President or Cashier G ranite C ity ................... . . First-Granite City Nad. Bank...................................... ........ C hairm an, President or Cashier H illsboro......................... . .Hillsboro N ational B ank............................................. ........ Geo. H. Fisher, President Jacksonville..................... . . Elliott State B ank......................................................... ........ C hairm an, President, Vice President or Cashier N ational Stock Y ards. . . .N ational Stock Yards Natl. B ank.............................. ........ C hairm an, President, Vice President or Cashier INDIANA Evansville........................ Evansville........................ Evansville........................ V inccnncs........................ . . Citizens National B ank................................................ . . National City B ank...................................................... . . Old National B ank....................................................... . . American National B ank............................................. ........ C hairm an, ........ Chairm an, ........ C hairm an, ........ Chairm an, President, President, President, President, Vice Vice Vice Vice President President President President or or or or Cashier Cashier Cashier Cashier KENTUCKY E lizabethtow n................ Hopkinsville................... Louisville......................... Louisville......................... Louisville......................... Louisville......................... Louisville......................... Louisville......................... . . Planters Bank & T rust Co......................................... . . Citizens-Fidelity Bank & Trust Co........................... . .First National B ank...................................................... . . Kentucky Trust C om pany.......................................... . . Liberty N ational Bank & Trust C om pany.............. . . Lincoln Bank & Trust Co........................................... . . Louisville T rust Co....................................................... ........ President, Vice President or Cashier ........ C hairm an, President, Vice President ........ C hairm an, President, Vicc President ........ C hairm an, President, Vice President ........ President, Vice President or Cashier .........C hairm an, President, Vice President Treasurer M ayfield.........................., . . First National B ank...................................................... ........ Chairm an, President, Vice President O w ensboro..................... P a d u c a h .......................... , . . Peoples First Natl. Bank & T rust Co........................ ........ President or Vicc President or Cashier or Cashier or Cashier or or Cashier M ISSO URI CITY NAME OF BANK VOTING OFFICER Clayton First National B ank. . . . . .C hairm an, President, Vice President o r Cashier C lay to n ................................ St. Louis County National Bank...........................................Chairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier Jefferson C ity ......................Exchange National B ank........................................................ Chairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier St. Louis............................ .Am erican N ational B ank....................................................... Chairm an, President. Vicc President or Cashier St. Louis.............................. Boatmen’s National B ank....................................................... Chairm an, Vicc C hairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier St. Louis.............................. Bremen Bank & T rust Co....................................................... President or Vicc President St. Louis.............................. Cass Bank & T rust Co.............................................................Chairm an, President or Vice President St. Louis.............................. First National B ank..................................................................Chairm an, Vice C hairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier St. Louis.............................. Lindell T rust C o....................................................................... Chairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier St. Louis................. ............ M anchester B ank......................................................................President, Vicc President or Cashier St. L ouis.............................. M anufacturers Bank & Trust Co.................................... .... .C hairm an, President or Vice President St. L ouis....................... .. M ercantile-Commcrcc Natl. B ank.......................................President, Vice President or Cashier St. Louis.............................. M ercantile T rust C om pany....................................................Chairm an of Board, C hairm an of Executive Committee, President or Executive Vice President St. L ouis.............................. M ound City Trust Co.............................................................. Chairm an, President or Vicc President St. Louis.............................. M utual Bank & T rust Co....................................................... President, Vicc President or Cashier St. Louis.............................. N orth St. Louis T rust Co........................................................Chairm an, President or Treasurer St. L ouis.............................. Security N ational Bank Savings and T rust Co...................Chairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier St. Louis. .. .Southern Commercial & Savings Bank President St. L ouis.............................. South Side National B ank...................................................... Chairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier St. L ouis.............................. Southwest B ank.........................................................................President, Vicc President or Cashier St. Louis.............................. Tower Grove Bank & Trust Co............................................ Chairm an, President, Vice President or Cashier St. Louis.............................. United Bank & T rust C om pany........................................... President, Vice President or Secretary Springfield...........................Southern Missouri T rust Co...................................................C hairm an, President, Vice President or Secretary Springfield...........................Union N ational B ank.............................................................. Chairm an, President, Vice President or Cashier TENNESSEE M em phis..............................First National B ank..................................................................President, Allen M organ; Executive Vicc President, VV. A. W ooten; Vicc President, Troy Beatty, J r.; Vicc President or Cashier M em phis..............................National Bank of Com m erce..................................................President, Vicc President or Cashier M em phis..............................Union Planters National B ank.......................................... .. .C hairm an, President, Vicc President or Cashier
Sours: https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/federal-reserve-bank-st-louis-circulars-958/special-election-director-37279/fulltext
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VICC expands cancer care services at Spring Hill clinic

Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center at Spring Hill is located at 1003 Reserve Blvd. in Spring Hill, Tennessee. (photo by Anne Rayner)

Cancer patients who live near Spring Hill, Tennessee, can now receive care from an experienced medical oncologist at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (VICC) at Spring Hill instead of traveling to the main campus in Nashville.

Two of VICC’s highly experienced oncologists, Ruth Young, M.D., M.A., MMHC, and Stephen Smith, M.D., are providing care for patients with solid tumors and many blood disorders several days a week at the facility located at 1003 Reserve Blvd.

“We know many patients are traveling long distances to receive their leading-edge cancer care at VICC and we are excited about the opportunity to bring that same high-quality care to the Spring Hill facility, including chemotherapy and access to clinical trials,” said Bart Magowan, BSN, R.N., manager of Patient Care Services.

The new medical oncology and hematology practice is a complement to the radiation oncology practice already available at the Spring Hill clinic. Patients who need radiation therapy for their cancers or metastatic disease can receive that care from experienced radiation oncologists using technologically advanced equipment.

Young and Smith are both seasoned clinicians with expertise in all facets of solid tumor and hematology therapies. Young, associate professor of Clinical Medicine, received her medical degree from the University of Tennessee and completed a residency at Duke Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, and a fellowship at the University of Virginia. She also completed a Master of Health Care Management from the Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management and a Master of Theoretical Mathematics from the University of Minnesota. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology. She joined the Vanderbilt faculty in 1995.

Smith, assistant professor of Medicine, received his medical degree from the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans.

He completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Florida, and a fellowship in Hematology and Oncology at Wake Forest University/Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Smith is board certified in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology. After 10 years of private practice he joined the faculty of the James H. Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University, where he served as chief of the Division of Hematology/Oncology. Smith joined the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center at Cool Springs in 2009.

For more information or to make an appointment at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center at Spring Hill, call 931-486-0796.

Sours: https://news.vumc.org/2016/07/14/vicc-expands-cancer-care-services-at-spring-hill-clinic/

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