June 28, 2017 1:42 PM ET

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Company Overview of Karmanos Cancer Institute

Company Overview

Karmanos Cancer Institute operates cancer treatment centers in Michigan. The company offers bone marrow transplantation, developmental therapeutic, and radiology services; and breast, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, gynecologic, head and neck, hematologic, neurologic, pediatric, sarcoma, skin, and thoracic cancer care services. It serves patients and families in Michigan. Karmanos Cancer Institute was formerly known as Detroit Institute for Cancer Research and changed its name to Karmanos Cancer Institute in January 1966. The company was founded in 1943 and is based in Detroit, Michigan. As of December 30, 2013, Karmanos Cancer Institute operates as a subsidiary of McLaren Health Care Corpo...

4100 John Road

Detroit, MI 48201

United States

Founded in 1943

Phone:

313-576-8752

Fax:

313-966-0752

Key Executives for Karmanos Cancer Institute

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 59
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer
President of Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Hospital
Chief Development Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Karmanos Cancer Institute Key Developments

Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute Appoints Katrina D. Studvent as Chief Development Officer

Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute announced that Katrina D. Studvent, MSW, has accepted the position of chief development officer at the company, effective April 10,2017. She reports directly to the company's President & CEO Gerold Bepler. As chief development officer, Studvent is responsible for ensuring that philanthropy and fund development are carried out in keeping with the organization's mission and vision. She will provide leadership, oversight and philanthropic stewardship and will manage the day-to-day operations of the Development Department. She will also work closely with corporate and community leaders, major gift officers, charitable foundations, and board members and other volunteers to effectively cultivate and generate philanthropic support.

Karmanos Cancer Institute to Offer New Technology to Detect Prostate Cancer

The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute is using a sophisticated new way to more effectively diagnose and treat prostate cancer. Urology specialists at Karmanos have begun using the UroNav Fusion Biopsy System, which fuses three dimensional MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) images of the prostate with live ultrasound images to precisely target prostate biopsies. Those who are eligible for this technology are men who have elevated PSA test results and have never had a prostate biopsy or men diagnosed with a small amount of cancer who are considering active surveillance. The system also is used to detect tumor progression in men who have been on active surveillance for several years. Dr. Cher said these are common scenarios in the Karmanos urology clinic. Demand for the system is increasing rapidly. Patients typically have an MRI performed first, which takes about an hour. Radiologists then analyze the images and identify suspicious areas using a standardized scoring system. At the time of biopsy, which occurs after the MRI, urologists import the MRI images digitally into the UroNav system where they are fused with the live ultrasound images captured during the biopsy procedure.

Lauren Lawrence Appoints Vice President of Karmanos Cancer Network

Lauren Lawrence, has been promoted to vice president of Karmanos Cancer Network, effective immediately. She will report to Justin Klamerus, president of Karmanos Cancer Hospital and Karmanos Cancer Network. Lawrence most recently served as executive director of Community-Based Programs at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute and assumes her new leadership role for Karmanos' network of 14 cancer centers throughout Michigan. As vice president of Karmanos Cancer Network, Lawrence will provide oversight and leadership for cancer program administration, including interacting with network regional directors, radiation services leadership, site administrators and McLaren subsidiary leadership. She also will develop long-range goals, annual objectives and strategic initiatives within the network. Prior to joining Karmanos Cancer Institute/McLaren Health Care, Lawrence was executive director of the Seidman Cancer Center at Lake Health University Hospitals in Mentor, Ohio.

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