Michael Van Seiden
Michael Van Seiden, American hospital administrator, physician. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine. Named Massachusetts Breast Cancer Scholar, 1995, 2000; recipient, 2001.
Seiden, Michael Van was born on October 9, 1958 in New York City. Son of Stanley and Patricia (Guzewicz) Seiden.
Bachelor, Oberlin College, 1980. Master of Arts, Washington University, 1986. Doctor of Medicine, Washington University, 1986.
Doctor of Philosophy in Humoral Immunology, Washington University, 1986.
Intern, resident Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1986-1989, chief medical resident, 1991, assistant in medicine, 1992, chief clinical research unit Division Cancer Medicine. Oncology fellow Dana Farber Cancer Institute, 1990. Post-doctoral fellow Brigham and Women's Hospital, 1992.
Chairman clinical research committee Gynecologic Cancer Program Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, coordinator cancer stem-cell project. President, Chief Executive Officer, professor Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, since 2007. Associate professor Harvard University Medical School, 1991.
Assistant to the director Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, 1993.
Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine.
Member editorial board Clinical Cancer Research, Journal Clinical Oncology, The Oncologist. Contributor articles to professional journals.