Alumna Recognized by Sarcoma Foundation of America

Crystal L. Mackall, M.D. (’84), will receive the Nobility in Science Award during the Sarcoma Foundation of America's Stand Up to Sarcoma Gala on Sept. 28, in New York City. SFA is an organization dedicated to increasing research and awareness for sarcoma.

According to the SFA press release, “The Nobility in Science Award is given annually to a deserving, visionary sarcoma surgeon and researcher who has taken on an integral role in advancing drug development for sarcoma patients. Awardees receiving this honor have contributed in a significant way to the advancement of science, care and treatment for sarcoma patients.”

Dr. Mackall is the Ernest and Amelia Gallo Family professor and professor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at Stanford University. She is the founding director of the Stanford Center for Cancer Cell Therapy, associate director of Stanford Cancer Institute, leader of the Cancer Immunology Program and director of the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy at Stanford.

Read the press release announcing the award.

Read more about Dr. Mackall in the Spring 2022 issue of Ignite magazine.

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