b'PALLIATIVE CARE RETREAT & RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM17Elvan (Ellie) Daniels, MD, MPH,is the Senior Vice President for Extramural Discovery Science at the American Cancer Society, Discovery Headquarters. In this role she oversees the Extramural Discovery Science Department within the Discovery Pillar. The extramural research programs span the cancer research continuum, including health care delivery research, palliative care, and health policy research. Dr. Daniels is a family physician who completed medical school at Wayne State University and residency training at Eastern Virginia Medical School, Ghent Family Practice. She later completed a clinical research fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina and Master of Public Health at Emory University Rollins School of Public Health. Dr. Daniels is a former federally qualified health center medical director and womens wellness center director. During her tenure at the Morehouse School of Medicine, Dr. Daniels was the Associate Director for Community Oriented Primary Care at the National Center for Primary Care, the Research Director for the Southeast Regional Clinicians Network (SERCN) Practice Based Research Network (PBRN) -an all federally-qualified health center (FQHC) PRBN, focused on health disparities, the Co-leader for the Research Training and Career Development Core of the Morehouse School of Medicine, Tuskegee University, University of Alabama at Birmingham Cancer Partnership, and a lead mentor for medical student learning [email protected] David, PhD, RN,is an Assistant Professor at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing. His research investigates geriatric palliative care needs of older adults living in Medicaid-funded assisted living facilities. In this community-based setting, he is particularly interested in social determinants of health that impact palliative care access, symptom experience, and communication among residents, family care partners, and assisted living staff. Dr. David explores system-based approaches to implement palliative care interventions aimed at reducing avoidable hospitalization, improving quality of life, and maximizing return on investment for these government-supported facilities. Dr. David is a 2020-2022 NPCRC Kornfeld [email protected] DeBoer, MD, MA,is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hematology/Oncology at UCSF and a medical oncologist on faculty at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. She has an academic background in bioethics and global health, and her research focuses on improving the delivery of equitable cancer care to patients with advanced cancer in diverse underserved settings. Dr. DeBoer is a 2021 NPCRC Kornfeld Scholar Awardee for her project, Cultural Adaptation of a Serious Illness Communication Intervention for Latinx Patients with Advanced Cancer at a Public Safety Net [email protected]'