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Michael Yaffe received his Ph.D. in Biophysical Chemistry in 1987, and an M.D. in 1989, both from Case Western Reserve University. Before MIT, he served as a surgeon in teaching hospitals in Cleveland and the Boston area, including the Harvard Medical School.
He received multiple teaching awards from University Hospitals of Cleveland, and earned the 1998 Howard Hughes Physician Scientist Award, and the 1999 Burroughs Wellcome Career Development Award.
Computational and Systems Approaches to Cancer
as author at MIT World Series: Fundamentals of Cancer Research,