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About Us

Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Medicine is a new center that offers state-of-the-art cancer care. We have a dedicated team of experienced medical professionals who are committed to providing personalized care.

At the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Medicine, (CSSIFM), we appreciate the differences between each individual and how treatment affects everyone differently. We care about the things that make you unique. This outlook informs every element of your experience with us, from the compassionate care of our staff to the treatment options we design for you. Our experienced medical oncologists obtain the most comprehensive molecular diagnostics available, so that, together, we can make the best treatment decision for you. In some cases, this means enrolling in a clinical trial, or creating a unique treatment regimen, or administering standard of care.

Our dedicated medical staff consisting of physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse educators, social worker and dietician will support you along your treatment journey.

Our Guiding Principles

Our greatest satisfaction comes from taking care of our patients. Our goal is to provide patients with the highest level of expertise, as well as continuity of care. Our years of experience provide us with unique skills so that we deliver care in a compassionate, comfortable, clean, and safe environment.

We imagine the impossible. We learn from the past to lead the way into the future. We work collectively to achieve our vision.

We are committed to delivering medical breakthroughs that defeat cancer and improve the health and wellness that every man, woman, and child deserve.

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CSSIFM
El Segundo
2040 East Mariposa Avenue
El Segundo, California 90245
Phone: 213 266 5600
Fax: 562 548 2304

Costa Mesa
1640 Newport Blvd. Suite 370
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Phone: 949 288 5701
Fax: 949 629 3806

We are not currently accepting walk-ins. Please call to schedule an appointment.

Costa Mesa

El Segundo

Meet the Team

Mira-Kistler-MDMira Kistler, MD

Dr Kistler received her medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in Rochester, New York, and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of California Los Angeles.

She was a Clinical Instructor in the Hospitalist Division at UCLA and then completed her Fellowship in Hematology and Oncology at UCLA.

During Fellowship, she did focused work and published in area of leukemia and lymphoma. Dr. Kistler joined CSSIFM in November 2017.

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Dr Kistler received her medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in Rochester, New York, and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of California Los Angeles.

She was a Clinical Instructor in the Hospitalist Division at UCLA and then completed her Fellowship in Hematology and Oncology at UCLA.

During Fellowship, she did focused work and published in area of leukemia and lymphoma. Dr. Kistler joined CSSIFM in November 2017.


Chaitali Nangia, MDChaitali Nangia, MD

Chaitali Nangia, MD is the Director of Head and Neck Oncology for the Verity Health System.

Dr. Nangia is a nationally renowned medical oncologist who provides leadership and active involvement in clinical trials focusing on immune oncology, precision care, biologics, targeted drugs and hormonal agents. With her expertise in the breast, head, and neck cancers she treats, she focuses on survivorship, quality of life, patient reported outcome and symptom management. Her goal is for each patient to have a high quality of life during and after treatment.

Dr. Nangia is published in many areas, including head and neck cancers, breast cancers, thyroid cancers, salivary gland tumors, rare tumors and skin cancers. Most recently, she practiced at UC Irvine where she was the HS Associate Clinical professor in the Division of Hematology Oncology and the Associate Program Director for the hematology oncology fellowship program. Dr. Nangia has received many awards, including Teacher of the Year for UC Irvine’s Hematology Oncology Division for an impressive three times in a row, NCI Clinician Award and Orange County Medical Association Physician of Excellence award.

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Chaitali Nangia, MD is the Director of Head and Neck Oncology for the Verity Health System.

Dr. Nangia is a nationally renowned medical oncologist who provides leadership and active involvement in clinical trials focusing on immune oncology, precision care, biologics, targeted drugs and hormonal agents. With her expertise in the breast, head, and neck cancers she treats, she focuses on survivorship, quality of life, patient reported outcome and symptom management. Her goal is for each patient to have a high quality of life during and after treatment.

Dr. Nangia is published in many areas, including head and neck cancers, breast cancers, thyroid cancers, salivary gland tumors, rare tumors and skin cancers. Most recently, she practiced at UC Irvine where she was the HS Associate Clinical professor in the Division of Hematology Oncology and the Associate Program Director for the hematology oncology fellowship program. Dr. Nangia has received many awards, including Teacher of the Year for UC Irvine’s Hematology Oncology Division for an impressive three times in a row, NCI Clinician Award and Orange County Medical Association Physician of Excellence award.


Dr. Tara E. SeeryTara E. Seery, MD

Dr. Tara E. Seery is a medical oncologist who specializes in treating cancers of the pancreas, esophagus, colon, rectum, anus, and liver. She has extensive experience in pancreatic cancer, including multiple publications, and is one of the highest enrollers in an early phase pancreatic cancer trial.

Dr. Seery received her M.D. from University College Dublin School of Medicine after receiving her B.S. from Vanderbilt University. Dr. Seery did her residency and fellowship training in hematology/oncology at Caritas St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Boston and completed her fellowship training at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Most recently, Dr. Seery was an Associate Professor at UC Irvine in the Division of Hematology Oncology where she received the prestigious C. Ronal Koons, M.D. Humanitarian Award for service and compassion to patients.

Compassion and hope have driven Dr. Seery toward specializing in gastro-intestinal cancers. Although no one in her family is in medicine, she has been passionate about becoming a physician since she was five years old. Dr. Seery states that “joining CSSIFM is exciting because we are offering patients more hope, a better quality of life, and our future is to cure cancer.” Her plan is to help lead the pancreatic cancer studies for CSSIFM.

She enjoys teaching and was recently featured at the Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Annual Lecture Series. Her research experience includes neoadjuvant chemotherapy and intraoperative chemotherapy for resectable pancreatic cancer and Corydalis Yanhusuo for prevention of chemotherapy induced neuropathy. She has been the primary investigator for 20 oncology trials. Dr. Seery has been published numerous times, has many abstracts, and is an invited speaker around the world.

Dr. Seery has lived in Southern California since 2010, enjoys running and spending time with her husband and young daughter.

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Dr. Tara E. Seery is a medical oncologist who specializes in treating cancers of the pancreas, esophagus, colon, rectum, anus, and liver. She has extensive experience in pancreatic cancer, including multiple publications, and is one of the highest enrollers in an early phase pancreatic cancer trial.

Dr. Seery received her M.D. from University College Dublin School of Medicine after receiving her B.S. from Vanderbilt University. Dr. Seery did her residency and fellowship training in hematology/oncology at Caritas St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Boston and completed her fellowship training at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Most recently, Dr. Seery was an Associate Professor at UC Irvine in the Division of Hematology Oncology where she received the prestigious C. Ronal Koons, M.D. Humanitarian Award for service and compassion to patients.

Compassion and hope have driven Dr. Seery toward specializing in gastro-intestinal cancers. Although no one in her family is in medicine, she has been passionate about becoming a physician since she was five years old. Dr. Seery states that “joining CSSIFM is exciting because we are offering patients more hope, a better quality of life, and our future is to cure cancer.” Her plan is to help lead the pancreatic cancer studies for CSSIFM.

She enjoys teaching and was recently featured at the Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Annual Lecture Series. Her research experience includes neoadjuvant chemotherapy and intraoperative chemotherapy for resectable pancreatic cancer and Corydalis Yanhusuo for prevention of chemotherapy induced neuropathy. She has been the primary investigator for 20 oncology trials. Dr. Seery has been published numerous times, has many abstracts, and is an invited speaker around the world.

Dr. Seery has lived in Southern California since 2010, enjoys running and spending time with her husband and young daughter.


Christina To, MDChristina To, MD

Dr. Christina Ann To is a board-certified hematologist and oncologist with CSSIFM.

She graduated summa cum laude with honors from USC and received her medical degree from the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. Her medicine residency at Scripps Clinic in La Jolla was followed by a Hematology Oncology fellowship at the LA County/USC Medical Center.

Since completing her training, she has been in private practice in the Los Angeles area, and is excited to apply her experience in oncology and hematology to the development of novel, cutting-edge treatments at CSSIFM.

Dr. To has been active in cancer research since 2004. She has published peer-reviewed articles in Cancer and other medical journals, and served as a research associate and lead investigator on research projects examining DNA damage by UV light, targeted cancer imaging techniques, and circulating tumor cell capture in hepatocellular carcinoma.

Dr. To has received numerous awards for her academic and medical work, including a National Merit Scholarship, National Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship Award, and USC Renaissance Scholars Prize for demonstrating the highest scholarship in two fields of study.

In addition to her medical career, Dr. To is an accomplished violinist. She was the winner of the “From the Top” National Music Competition where she performed over National Public Radio, was chosen for the first violin section at the All-State California Honor Orchestra, and was a grand prize winner in the Young Artists Peninsula Music Festival International Competition.

Mission Statement:

“Cancer does not just involve physical ailments but the emotional pains that accompany the disease. I believe that there is something special about caring for patients who, after hearing the emotionally charged word "cancer," may feel devastated, uncertain, and afraid, and I see this task as both a privilege and a profound responsibility. I dedicate my life to providing for my patients medically and emotionally during this difficult time in their lives. “

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Dr. Christina Ann To is a board-certified hematologist and oncologist with CSSIFM.

She graduated summa cum laude with honors from USC and received her medical degree from the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. Her medicine residency at Scripps Clinic in La Jolla was followed by a Hematology Oncology fellowship at the LA County/USC Medical Center.

Since completing her training, she has been in private practice in the Los Angeles area, and is excited to apply her experience in oncology and hematology to the development of novel, cutting-edge treatments at CSSIFM.

Dr. To has been active in cancer research since 2004. She has published peer-reviewed articles in Cancer and other medical journals, and served as a research associate and lead investigator on research projects examining DNA damage by UV light, targeted cancer imaging techniques, and circulating tumor cell capture in hepatocellular carcinoma.

Dr. To has received numerous awards for her academic and medical work, including a National Merit Scholarship, National Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship Award, and USC Renaissance Scholars Prize for demonstrating the highest scholarship in two fields of study.

In addition to her medical career, Dr. To is an accomplished violinist. She was the winner of the “From the Top” National Music Competition where she performed over National Public Radio, was chosen for the first violin section at the All-State California Honor Orchestra, and was a grand prize winner in the Young Artists Peninsula Music Festival International Competition.

Mission Statement:

“Cancer does not just involve physical ailments but the emotional pains that accompany the disease. I believe that there is something special about caring for patients who, after hearing the emotionally charged word “cancer,” may feel devastated, uncertain, and afraid, and I see this task as both a privilege and a profound responsibility. I dedicate my life to providing for my patients medically and emotionally during this difficult time in their lives. “


Esther LambEsther Lamb, MPAS, PA-C
Physician Assistant

Esther Lamb is a certified Physician Assistant with over 13 years of Oncology/Hematology experience. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of California, Irvine.

She pursued her graduate degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Loma Linda University’s School of Allied Health Professions. While at Loma Linda University she participated in multiple community service projects providing healthcare to underserved communities.

Esther is an active staff member at Memorial Care Saddleback Medical Center and a Fellow member of the California Academy of Physician Assistants and the Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology. She enjoys teaching opportunities for both her patients and colleagues. Her bilingual skills (English/ Spanish) are valued by her patients. Esther served as an instructor at the Marshall B. Ketchum University, PA program teaching their Introduction to Oncology module. She has also served on Speaker’s bureau for both Teva Pharmaceuticals and Celgene Pharmaceuticals.

Throughout her Oncology PA career, Esther has participated in a variety of research clinical trials, primarily in solid tumors and hematologic malignancies. Esther remains dedicated to her patients and committed to advancing the field of cancer research as part of the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Medicine healthcare team.

Additionally, Esther enjoys leading an active lifestyle, spending time with family, bicycling and horseback riding.

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Esther Lamb is a certified Physician Assistant with over 13 years of Oncology/Hematology experience. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of California, Irvine. She pursued her graduate degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Loma Linda University’s School of Allied Health Professions. While at Loma Linda University she participated in multiple community service projects providing healthcare to underserved communities.

Esther is an active staff member at Memorial Care Saddleback Medical Center and a Fellow member of the California Academy of Physician Assistants and the Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology. She enjoys teaching opportunities for both her patients and colleagues. Her bilingual skills (English/ Spanish) are valued by her patients. Esther served as an instructor at the Marshall B. Ketchum University, PA program teaching their Introduction to Oncology module. She has also served on Speaker’s bureau for both Teva Pharmaceuticals and Celgene Pharmaceuticals.

Throughout her Oncology PA career, Esther has participated in a variety of research clinical trials, primarily in solid tumors and hematologic malignancies. Esther remains dedicated to her patients and committed to advancing the field of cancer research as part of the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Medicine healthcare team.

Additionally, Esther enjoys leading an active lifestyle, spending time with family, bicycling and horseback riding.


Katayoun Moini Katayoun Moini
Physician Assistant

J. Professor Moini is the founding Program Director for the new Master of Health Science Physician Assistant Program at Charles R. Drew University (CDU).

She joined CDU in September 2014 and spearheaded bringing the new Physician Assistant Program to CDU. The program was successfully granted Accreditation Provisional status in April 2016.

She is certified through the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and licensed as a Physician Assistant by the State of California.

Her experience includes appointments as Educational Coordinator and Clinical Assistant Professor in the Physician Assistant Program at Quinnipiac University, as Assistant Professor in the Quinnipiac University Department of Medical Sciences, and has extensive service as a Physician Assistant in a number of clinical settings, with an area of specialty in hematology/oncology and blood and marrow transplantation.

Prof. Moini holds a Master of Health Science Physician Assistant degree, Bachelor of Science in Clinical Nutrition and is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC).

Prof. Moini was a member of the U.S. Inline Hockey Team and competed at several World Inline Hockey tournaments. She also has a nationally registered therapy dog named Luci that is an ambassador for her breed. Luci, an American Staffordshire terrier, specializes in working with children with learning disabilities and makes a fantastic skating companion along the boardwalk in Hermosa Beach!

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J. Professor Moini is the founding Program Director for the new Master of Health Science Physician Assistant Program at Charles R. Drew University (CDU).

She joined CDU in September 2014 and spearheaded bringing the new Physician Assistant Program to CDU. The program was successfully granted Accreditation Provisional status in April 2016.

She is certified through the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and licensed as a Physician Assistant by the State of California.

Her experience includes appointments as Educational Coordinator and Clinical Assistant Professor in the Physician Assistant Program at Quinnipiac University, as Assistant Professor in the Quinnipiac University Department of Medical Sciences, and has extensive service as a Physician Assistant in a number of clinical settings, with an area of specialty in hematology/oncology and blood and marrow transplantation.

Prof. Moini holds a Master of Health Science Physician Assistant degree, Bachelor of Science in Clinical Nutrition and is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC).

Prof. Moini was a member of the U.S. Inline Hockey Team and competed at several World Inline Hockey tournaments. She also has a nationally registered therapy dog named Luci that is an ambassador for her breed. Luci, an American Staffordshire terrier, specializes in working with children with learning disabilities and makes a fantastic skating companion along the boardwalk in Hermosa Beach!


Shirley-BotezatuShirley Botezatu, RN
Director, Clinic Administrator

Shirley Botezatu is the Director, Clinic Administrator for CSSIFM. She has been a nurse for over 30 years and has worked in a variety of health care areas including critical care, preventative health, rehabilitation and now oncology.

She joined the Nant family in 2014, as a clinical analyst, providing support in implementation and offering clinical input into NantHealth’s numerous health care solutions.

In 2015, she helped to establish the NantCare Engagement Network and worked as a nurse navigator, responding to all inquiries about our GPS testing from oncology providers and patients suffering from cancer. 2016 found her the Director of the Wellness Call Center for NantHealth, overseeing health coaches and subject matter experts whose primary focus was health and wellness. She is currently the Director, Clinic Administrator for CSSIFM

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Shirley Botezatu is the Director, Clinic Administrator for CSSIFM. She has been a nurse for over 30 years and has worked in a variety of health care areas including critical care, preventative health, rehabilitation and now oncology.

She joined the Nant family in 2014, as a clinical analyst, providing support in implementation and offering clinical input into NantHealth’s numerous health care solutions.

In 2015, she helped to establish the NantCare Engagement Network and worked as a nurse navigator, responding to all inquiries about our GPS testing from oncology providers and patients suffering from cancer. 2016 found her the Director of the Wellness Call Center for NantHealth, overseeing health coaches and subject matter experts whose primary focus was health and wellness. She is currently the Director, Clinic Administrator for CSSIFM


Paula Bradshaw RN, MSN, MBA Clinic AdministratorPaula Bradshaw
RN, MSN, MBA

Vice President, Clinic Operations

Paula Bradshaw has 28 years’ experience in the healthcare arena. She trained and worked as a critical care nurse in the United Kingdom for 11 years. Paula joined the Nant family in 2016, and is currently the Vice President, Clinic Operations for CSSIFM.

In 2001, Paula came to the United States and joined Saint John’s Health Center, Santa Monica as an advanced practice nurse, where she established an end of life, and pain management nursing program. In 2003, Paula was promoted to Director, Risk Management.

By 2006, Paula completed her MSN and MBA, and her responsibilities at Saint John’s expanded, she had responsibility for risk, case management, healthcare quality, regulatory compliance, and John Wayne Cancer Centers. In 2010, she transitioned from the hospital to become Chief Nursing Officer at a software company, where she was responsible for software design, data analysis, and all client facing activity.

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Paula Bradshaw has 28 years’ experience in the healthcare arena. She trained and worked as a critical care nurse in the United Kingdom for 11 years. Paula joined the Nant family in 2016, and is currently the Vice President, Clinic Operations for CSSIFM.

In 2001, Paula came to the United States and joined Saint John’s Health Center, Santa Monica as an advanced practice nurse, where she established an end of life, and pain management nursing program. In 2003, Paula was promoted to Director, Risk Management.

By 2006, Paula completed her MSN and MBA, and her responsibilities at Saint John’s expanded, she had responsibility for risk, case management, healthcare quality, regulatory compliance, and John Wayne Cancer Centers. In 2010, she transitioned from the hospital to become Chief Nursing Officer at a software company, where she was responsible for software design, data analysis, and all client facing activity.


Anthony-CarusoAnthony Caruso
Clinical Laboratory Scientist

Anthony received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Michigan State University in 2003. He moved to Southern California to work in the biotech field and pursue a graduate degree in Laboratory Science.

In 2007 Anthony joined a San Diego company developing stem cell treatments for equine post-surgical wound healing. In 2009 he transitioned to the San Diego Blood Bank and really took an interest in clinical laboratory blood banking and reference laboratory.

Anthony moved to Los Angeles for Clinical training and certification through Cal State Los Angeles in 2011. After graduation, he began working in each of the different departments of the Hospital Core Laboratory. Over the past several years Anthony has worked for different Hospital systems including CHLA and Adventist Health. Anthony now has a strong background in chemistry and microbiology with a focus on lab administration and management. Anthony has a constant desire to optimize the laboratory function in healthcare.

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Anthony received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Michigan State University in 2003. He moved to Southern California to work in the biotech field and pursue a graduate degree in Laboratory Science.

In 2007 Anthony joined a San Diego company developing stem cell treatments for equine post-surgical wound healing. In 2009 he transitioned to the San Diego Blood Bank and really took an interest in clinical laboratory blood banking and reference laboratory.

Anthony moved to Los Angeles for Clinical training and certification through Cal State Los Angeles in 2011. After graduation, he began working in each of the different departments of the Hospital Core Laboratory. Over the past several years Anthony has worked for different Hospital systems including CHLA and Adventist Health. Anthony now has a strong background in chemistry and microbiology with a focus on lab administration and management. Anthony has a constant desire to optimize the laboratory function in healthcare.


Lila Castillo, MALila Castillo
MA

Lila Castillo is the Clinical Research Lead for CSSIFM and has over 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry providing research coordination and project management.

In her current role, she works closely with all stakeholders to streamline research support and services for investigators. Prior to joining CSSIFM in Fall 2017, Lila worked in a wide range of clinical research including oncology, mental and behavioral health, and epidemiology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and Stanford University.

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Lila Castillo is the Clinical Research Lead for CSSIFM and has over 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry providing research coordination and project management.

In her current role, she works closely with all stakeholders to streamline research support and services for investigators. Prior to joining CSSIFM in Fall 2017, Lila worked in a wide range of clinical research including oncology, mental and behavioral health, and epidemiology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and Stanford University.


Sharon-DenisonSharon Denison
Research Pharmacist

Sharon received her undergraduate degree from University of California, San Diego, and her Pharm.D. degree from University of California, San Francisco.

She is responsible for providing oversight of the pharmacy and investigational drugs. Sharon brings more than 25 years of experience as an investigational drug pharmacist to the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Medicine. Prior to joining CSSIFM in 2017, Sharon was an investigational drug pharmacist at the City of Hope.

When not at work, Sharon is an active volunteer with the Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue. She also visits at assisted living facilities with her two certified therapy dogs. She enjoys paper crafting and teaching classes at an assisted living facility.

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Sharon received her undergraduate degree from University of California, San Diego, and her Pharm.D. degree from University of California, San Francisco.

She is responsible for providing oversight of the pharmacy and investigational drugs. Sharon brings more than 25 years of experience as an investigational drug pharmacist to the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Medicine. Prior to joining CSSIFM in 2017, Sharon was an investigational drug pharmacist at the City of Hope.

When not at work, Sharon is an active volunteer with the Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue. She also visits at assisted living facilities with her two certified therapy dogs. She enjoys paper crafting and teaching classes at an assisted living facility.


Lauren Small Licensed Clinical Social WorkerLauren Small
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Lauren Small is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing essential support to CSSIFM patients and their families.

Lauren received her MSW from Boston University where she completed an advanced internship in oncology social work and has over 6 years post-graduate in cancer care. She addresses patients’ needs by connecting them to concrete resources like transportation, financial assistance and lodging as well as by providing individual assessment and counseling and facilitating supportive programs including a Mind/Body Medicine group for stress reduction.

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Lauren Small is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing essential support to CSSIFM patients and their families.

Lauren received her MSW from Boston University where she completed an advanced internship in oncology social work and has over 6 years post-graduate in cancer care. She addresses patients’ needs by connecting them to concrete resources like transportation, financial assistance and lodging as well as by providing individual assessment and counseling and facilitating supportive programs including a Mind/Body Medicine group for stress reduction.

Conflict of Interest Policy

The Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Medicine (CSSIFM) acknowledges the importance of conflict of interest management which is why the Institute has proactively taken the appropriate steps and adopted a Conflict of Interest Policy (COI Policy) that requires comprehensive disclosure of the financial interests of Investigators conducting clinical research at the CSSIFM. See Conflict of Interest (COI) Policy which has been implemented in full prior to opening of the Institute.

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CSSIFM
El Segundo
2040 East Mariposa Avenue
El Segundo, California 90245
Phone: 213 266 5600
Fax: 562 548 2304

Costa Mesa
1640 Newport Blvd. Suite 370
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Phone: 949 288 5701
Fax: 949 629 3806

We are not currently accepting walk-ins. Please call to schedule an appointment.