Director, Pediatric Sarcoma Program UCAL
Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, USA
He got his BA in English and Neuroscience from Williams College Williamstown MA1993-1997 and MD 1998-2002 from Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York NY. He is a Director of the Pediatric Bone and Soft Tissue Sarcoma Program at UCLA . He is a Peer reviewer for 9 Journals. He is authored about 15 Poster Presentations 14 Peer-reviewed Publications 49 lectures and presentations. He got Medical Student Research Award Fellow Research Award UCLA STAR Award Today and Tomorrow Children Fund Award Patient Choice Award and Ontime Physician Award.
Nanotechnology: developing nanoparticles to specifically target sarcomas and deliver cytotoxic chemotherapy. As a member and institutional principle investigator for the Sarcoma Alliance Research Through Collaboration (SARC), Federman leads an experienced pediatric sarcoma clinical research team with an emphasis towards studying promising new agents in children with very aggressive and often fatal metastatic and refractory bone and soft tissue cancers.