New Faculty For more information about our new faculty, visit Talia Baker, MD, associate professor of surgery and director of the Living Donor Liver Transplant Program, is a hepatobiliary and liver transplant surgeon. Her research topics include downstaging complex hepatobiliary tumors to resectability and the ethical implications of us- ing social media for organ donation opportunities. Anjana Pillai, MD, associate professor of medicine and medical director of the Liver Tumor Clinic, is a gastroenterolo- gist and transplant hepa- tologist who specializes in the management of chronic liver diseases. Her research focuses on viral hepatitis and hepato- cellular carcinoma. Murtuza Rampurwala, MD, assistant professor of medicine, is a medical oncologist and hematolo- gist dedicated to caring for patients with blood disorders. He has special expertise in breast, lung, gastrointestinal and genitourinary cancers, and has extensive transla- tional research experience developing novel clinical trial protocols. Ardaman Shergill, MD, assistant professor of medicine, is a medical oncologist and clinical hematologist dedicated to caring for patients with lung, colon, pancreas, breast, kidney and bladder cancers, and lymphoma and chronic leukemia. She has research experience developing protocols for novel drugs and studying proteins as biomarkers. Ami Desai, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics, is a pediatric hematologist/ oncologist who specializes in solid tumors, such as neuroblastoma, and bone and soft tissue sarco- mas. Her research investi- gates new drugs to treat childhood, adolescent, and young adult cancers, as well as treatment- related toxicities. John Moroney, MD, associate professor of obstetrics/gynecology, spe- cializes in the diagnosis and treatment of gynecologic cancers, with a focus on providing skilled and per- sonalized longitudinal care. He is PI at the University of Chicago for NRG Oncology, a NCI-supported clinical trials cooperative group. 2015-2016 Community Benefit Report The University of Chicago Medicine contrib- uted $373 million in fiscal 2015—18 percent more than the prior year—to address the urgent health needs of the South Side and provide other assistance to the community, according to its fifth annual Community Benefit Report. The report details benefits and services that UChicago Medicine provides to the community, and explains the assessment that the organization uses to address the biggest health challenges facing its service area, including cancer. Read the report: community-benefit 12 PATHWAYS TO DISCOVERY SPRING 2017 News