(Thursday) 7:00 pm
Join JEWISHcolorado for Teal and Pink Shabbat. Featuring a medical panel with expertise in breast and ovarian cancer detection and awareness through a Jewish lens. Moderated by Regina Topelson, MBA,
Join JEWISHcolorado for Teal and Pink Shabbat. Featuring a medical panel with expertise in breast and ovarian cancer detection and awareness through a Jewish lens.
Moderated by Regina Topelson, MBA, RDN, CLT.
Stephanie Miller, MD | Breast Surgeon | Health One | Rose Medical Center
Dr. Stephanie Miller received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania, graduating cum laude with a major in BioPhysics and a minor in Chemistry. In 1995, she received her Doctor in Medicine from the University of Maryland, after which she moved to Denver, Colorado to pursue a career in surgery. She began her training in general surgery at the University of Colorado in 1995. Her training included two years of basic medical research as a NIH Research Fellow under the direction of Dr. Alden Harken. She completed her surgical residency and training at the University of Colorado in 2002.
Dr. Stephanie Miller treats patients at both Rose Medical Center and North Suburban Medical Center. She also serves as the medical director of the Rose Medical Center Breast Program. She specializes in breast disease, taking care of women with breast cancer, and high risk for breast cancer. Her surgical expertise extends in the field of surgical oncoplastic surgery from breast conservation to nipple sparing mastectomy. She is devoted to educating women about breast cancer, their risks and options for interventions and treatment. She is also an exercise enthusiast, avid skier, runner, rock climber, hiker, baker, as well as a mother of three.
Andrea Parada, MD | Radiologist | Health One | Rose Medical Center
Dr. Parada is a Board-Certified Radiologist specializing in Breast Imaging. She is a graduate of Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University in Providence, RI, where she earned her MD. She did her residency and subsequent fellowship training (Breast Imaging) at Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Dr. Parada has experience in the acquisition and accreditation of MRI equipment and the creation of imaging and MRI safety protocols. In her spare time, you will find her spending quality time with her baby boy Rocco, skiing, snowshoeing, food-centric traveling, or drawing/painting. She currently practices at Solis Mammography at Rose Medical Center.
Emily Goldberg | Genetic Counselor | JScreen
Emily Goldberg is a genetic counselor for the JScreen program. She received her bachelors’ degrees in biology and psychology from Brandeis University and a master’s degree from the Joan H. Marks Graduate Program in Human Genetics at Sarah Lawrence College. She has been certified by the American Board of Genetic Counseling since 2011. Before joining JScreen, she worked as a genetic counselor at Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, New York, specializing in prenatal and cancer genetics. She serves as an Instructor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and adjunct faculty at Sarah Lawrence College where she teaches embryology and reproductive genetics.
Women’s Philanthropy Co-Chairs
Melissa Brill | Julie Eber | Felicia Greher | Toni Roitman