Investigator, Children's Research Institute (CRI), Center
for Cancer and Immunology Research (CCIR)
George Washington University
of Medicine and Health Sciences
Associate Professor, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
Children's National Medical Center
Center for Cancer and Immunology
111 Michigan Avenue, NW
Education & Training
| Institution &
||Field of Study
|The College of
William and Mary,
||1991 - 1995
State University College of
Medicine and Public Health,
||1996 - 2000
||2000 - 2003
National Medical Center,
||2003 - 2006
Institutes of Health, Pediatric
Oncology Branch of the National Cancer Institute,
||2004 - 2006
Holly Jane Meany, MD, is a pediatric oncologist at Children's National.
She is a member of the Solid Tumor Program.
Dr. Meany's clinical research is focused on phase I clinical trials and
pharmacology in the development of new agents for treating pediatric
cancers. Through her projects Dr. Meany has learned techniques
essential in developing new therapeutic agents; preclinical analysis,
assay development and validation, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic
analysis, data modeling as well as clinical trial design and execution.
Dr. Meany has received grant funding twice through the American Society
of Clinical Oncology to support her research conducted jointly at
Children’s National Medical Center and the Pediatric Oncology Branch of
the National Cancer Institute.
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this doctor's clinical
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View a partial list of publications for
Holly Meany through the National Library of Medicine's PubMed online
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