Nancy Bartlett, MD
Koman Professor of Medical Oncology in Medicine
Nancy Bartlett, MD, is the Koman Professor of Medical Oncology in Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine. For the past 25 years her research has focused on the design, conduct, and analysis of clinical trials evaluating new treatments for patients with lymphoma. She has served as the vice-chair of the CALGB/Alliance Lymphoma Committee for more than 10 years, where she was the principal investigator or co-principal investigator of several Phase II studies and mentored young investigators during trial design and interpretation. As head of the Lymphoma Program at Washington University, she oversees the lymphoma clinical research team including a team of 13 clinical research assistants. She also personally enrolls and treats more than 60 patients a year on therapeutic clinical trials allowing her to better understand the impact of trial design on study feasibility and conduct, which provides her the opportunity to mentor and educate trainees and young faculty about the importance of clinical trials.