The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
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AUSTIN—The University of Texas System Board of Regents has named Peter W.T. Pisters, MD, MHCM, the next president of UT MD Anderson Cancer Center. Pisters, currently the president and chief executive officer of University Health Network in Toronto, Canada, will begin his new role later this year.
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I view education and learning as a lifelong journey of exploration that extends beyond the walls of the classroom or laboratory. We must educate our trainees today in what was unknown yesterday, preparing them to competently discover the unknown of tomorrow. I believe positive learning is the best learning; I work hard to awaken my trainees' own expectations, encourage them to aim high and build their confidence to challenge authorities. I view myself as a teacher, coach, sponsor and lifetime advocate of my trainees.
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I have found that education has always extended beyond the classroom or the laboratory. I believe when students bestow their trust in me by enrolling in my program, I not only have the obligation of providing them with the theoretical knowledge of the field, but also a duty to foster necessary critical thinking and people skills that can be used long-term. My style of teaching involves problem-based learning using measurable objectives that transition into a learner-centered classroom format.