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Dr. Robert J. Arceci MD PhD

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Phone: (410) ***-****  
Email: a***@***.edu
Local Address:  Maryland , United States
J. Hillis Miller Health Center
1600 SW Archer Road Room M 452 MSB
Gainesville , Florida 32610
United States


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Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • MD
  • PhD
  • University of Rochester
  • M.D.
    University of Arizona College of Medicine
  • Ph.D.
    Translational Genomics Research Institute
  • M.D.
    The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
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                           Session Moderator: Robert Arceci                            Phoenix Children's Hospital, Hematology/Oncology, Phoenix, AZ USA
ACCO Mourns the Death of Dr. ..., 10 June 2015 [cached]
ACCO Mourns the Death of Dr. Robert Arceci, Childhood Cancer Warrior
ACCO Mourns the Death of Dr. Robert Arceci, Childhood Cancer Warrior
It is with the deepest sadness, grief, and disbelief that the American Childhood Cancer Organization learned on Monday of the unexpected passing of one of childhood cancer's greatest, most valued warriors: Dr. Robert Arceci, Director of the Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Hematology and Oncology at Phoenix Children's Hospital in Arizona. Dr. Arceci was well-known to both the medical community and the close-knit childhood cancer community for his passionate and wholehearted dedication to the fight against childhood cancer in all its forms. As Co-Director of PCH's Institute of Molecular Medicine, Dr. Arceci was in the midst of conducting ground-breaking research into new and innovative treatment options for childhood cancer with the ultimate goal of developing personalized treatment options. In his own words, he hoped this research would one day, "improve outcomes…and acquire that dream of really getting rid of this darn disease."
Dr Bob Arceci Yet for many, many families who have faced or who are facing the difficult journey through childhood cancer, Dr. Arceci will be missed primarily for his devotion to the children themselves. Despite his dedication to research and teaching, he remained intimately involved in the treatments of children battling childhood cancer, and always made himself available for consultations and second opinions to families across the country.
Dr. Arceci's current research at the Institute of Molecular Medicine is focused on developing new and innovative therapeutic targets and immunotherapies designed to improve treatment outcomes while reducing the negative, long-term side effects that are the all-too-common result of today's available treatments. His research teams at PCH include multidisciplinary investigators focused on developing scientifically robust, molecularly-based, and ultimately individualized, treatment options for leukemia and other childhood cancers. In addition to his role at PCH, Dr. Arceci also served as a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine. Before coming to Phoenix, Dr. Arceci was Director and King Fahd Professor of Pediatric Oncology and Professor of Oncology and Pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and prior to that was Director of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology at Children's Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati. He received his MD from the University of Rochester, and completed his residencies and fellowships in pediatric hematology/ oncology at The Children's Hospital, Boston and Harvard Medical School.
The ACCO would like to express its sincere condolences to Dr. Arceci's family, friends, and colleagues in this difficult time, as well as to the entire childhood cancer community while it mourns this passing of this great man and childhood cancer warrior.
Newsletter March 2014 - Miller Russell Associates, 1 Mar 2014 [cached]
By Robert Arceci, MD, PhD, Division Chief of Hematology and Oncology at Phoenix Children's Hospital and Co-Director of the Ronald A. Matricaria Institute of Molecular Medicine
St. Baldrick's Board of Directors, 18 Feb 2015 [cached]
Chuck holds a BA from Indiana University, Bloomington and lives in Indianapolis, Ind. with his wife Briget and their four children, Charlie (17), Sally (15), Robbie (12), and Joey (16), all of whom like Dad, have been St. Baldrick's shavees.
Robert Arceci, MD, PhD Chair, St. Baldrick's Foundation Scientific Advisors Director, Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders Co-Director of the Ron Matricaria Institute of Molecular Medicine at Phoenix Children's Hospital Professor of Pediatrics, University of Arizona College of Medicine
Dr. Arceci serves as a member of the board and leads the Foundation's Scientific Advisory Committee. In March 2013, he left his position as the King Fahd Professor of Pediatric Oncology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to become co-director of a new state-of-the-art medical research institute that will bring new hope to young patients facing life-threatening diseases, the Ron Matricaria Institute of Molecular Medicine. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the Pediatric Blood and Cancer.
After attending medical and graduate school at the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y., Dr. Arceci completed his residency at the Children's Hospital Boston in Boston. Mass. and his fellowship at the Children's Hospital Boston and Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Mass. While serving as director of the hematology/oncology division at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, it was Dr. Arceci's idea to invite filmmakers to make a documentary which became the award-winning film, "A Lion In The House," following five children and their families as they battle pediatric cancer.
Dr. Arceci has headed or been part of several childhood cancer research initiatives, including the Children's Oncology Group Myeloid Disease Committee. He is particularly interested in translational research in pediatric malignancies and optimizing comprehensive care for children and adolescents with cancer.
Childhood Cancer Research Funding and the State of the Fight Against Kids' Cancer [INFOGRAPHIC] | St. Baldrick's Blog | Childhood Cancer Stories & Research, 26 May 2013 [cached]
by Dr. Robert Arceci, M.D., Ph.D., King Fahd Professor of Pediatric Oncology, co-director of the Michael J. Garil Leukemia Survivor's Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and chair of the St. Baldrick's Foundation Scientific Advisory Committee.
In my perfect world, I imagine a day when a child comes to my office with a cancer diagnosis and I can prescribe a 10-day course of medicine, just like amoxacillin for strep throat, and he or she is cured.
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