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Dr. Daniel Anaya is a Senior Member, Chief of GI Surgery and Head of Hepatobiliary Section in the Department of Gastrointestinal Oncology, at Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Anaya is a fellowship trained Surgical Oncologist with a particular focus on the surgical treatment of patients with liver malignancies (primary and metastatic) and neuroendocrine tumors. His academic interest focus on improving the quality of cancer care and implementing models to improve the delivery of care for patients with complex cancers. He is an expert in developing academic programs that facilitate delivery of the highest quality of care, while also provide a framework to support research and innovation in the field of cancer and surgery. In this context, Dr. Anaya has led multiple initiatives spanning across teamwork, clinical care, translational research, clinical trials, education, training and innovation. He is actively involved with developing systems to improve cancer care for the geriatric population. He is also the PI of multiple studies, including a first-in-human clinical trial, using a novel oncolytic virus for treatment of patients with advanced colon cancer and liver metastasis. He recently developed and directed a unique first-of-its-kind advanced course for training the future generations in complex liver and pancreas surgery, including novel work on 3D reconstruction software and 3D printed models to help trainees as well as patients understand more about their disease. His projects have been funded through federal, industry, foundation and local grants.
Education & Training
CLINICAL TRIAL 19815
Title: A Phase I Safety and Window-of-Opportunity Study of Preoperative Intratumoral Injection of OX40-Ligand Expressing Oncolytic Adenovirus (DNX-2440) in Patients with Resectable liver Metastasis
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