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Dr. Sarah Goldberg is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the section of Medical Oncology at the Yale School of Medicine. She works as a clinician in the Thoracic Oncology group at the Yale Cancer Center and conducts clinical and translational research on lung cancer. In addition, she completed a Masters in Public Health degree which provided her with a foundation of skills in clinical trial design and biostatistics. The focus of her research is investigating biomarkers and novel treatment strategies in non-small cell lung cancer. She has led the development of several clinical trials, including writing the protocols, bringing them through the IRB process, overseeing enrollment and treatment of patients, analyzing the data, and presenting study results at national meetings and in peer-reviewed journals. Her specific research interests include EGFR mutation positive lung cancer and immunotherapeutics for lung cancer.