Advisory Committee

Includes the last five past Presidents. Advises the Executive Council, functions as the Nominating and Resolutions Committees, and nominates the Margaret Hay Edwards Award recipient.

E-mail suggestions for nominations for AACE Leadership to contactaace@aaceonline.com.

 

Chair (Immediate Past President)

Maria C. Bishop, MD, BSN (2022)
 

Dr. Bishop is Professor of Medicine, in the Department of Medicine, at the University of Arizona, and a member of The University of Arizona Cancer Center in Tucson. She is a medical oncologist, Program Director of the Section of Hematology/Oncology, and Chair of the Ethics Committee at the Southern Arizona Veterans Administration Health Care System. She specializes in neuro-oncology and end-of-life care. Her research interests are developing and evaluating cancer related curricula for predoctoral and postdoctoral students and international cancer education. Dr. Bishop is also an Associate Editor of the Journal of Cancer Education.

Dr. Bishop was included on the Dean's List for Excellence in Teaching in the Clinical Sciences and is a Faculty Mentor for the Societies Program at The University of Arizona College of Medicine. Societies, a professional learning community, is a four-year longitudinal teaching and mentoring program for medical students where they learn interviewing, physical examination, and patient care skills at the patient bedside. Dr. Bishop is board-certified in internal medicine, medical oncology, and hospice and palliative medicine.

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Amr Soliman, MD, PhD (2021)

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Gilad Amiel, MD (2020)

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Levi Ross, PhD, CHES (2019)

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David Wiljer, PhD (2018)


Dr. David Wiljer is the Director of Knowledge Management and eHealth Innovation for Oncology Education and the Radiation Medicine Program at Princess Margaret Hospital/University Health Network. He is also an Assistant Professor and the Director of Continuing Education in the Department of Radiation Oncology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. David is the founding Chair of a national working group, the Canadian Committee for Patient Accessible Electronic Health Records (CCPAEHR), dedicated to involving patients in their EHR. With an expertise in knowledge exchange and impact assessment, he has led the research, development, implementation and assessment of complex informatics initiatives for cancer care. His work includes an online social networking software, Caring Voices, Lymph-Line, a research initiative funded by CBCRA to support Lymphedema patients, and Getting Results, a portal providing malignant hematology patients access to elements of their health record, the recipient of an inaugural Minister of Health innovation award for process redesign.  David recently received the Cancer Patient Education Network (CPEN) Gold Star Award for his contribution in the field of informatics for patient education.

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