Cancer Center Founder William Shingleton Remembered; Four DCI Supporters Honored

Shingleton Society Awards and sign
The 2022 Shingleton Awardees
The 2022 Shingleton Awardees, from left: Leslie Ann Graves, Peter and Liz Menges of the I'm Not Done Yet Foundation, Dan Goodin of Clayton Homes of Oxford, and Dan George, MD. Photo by Ken Huth.


On October 13, 2022, members of the Shingleton Society gathered at the Shingleton Society Dinner to hear from Duke Cancer Institute (DCI) researchers and physicians and to honor this year's Shingleton awardees for their outstanding generosity and service in advancing the fight against cancer.

This year's awardees are:

Learn more about the awardees in the videos linked above and at right.

Georgia Beasley, MD, speaking at the 2022 Shingleton Society Dinner
Georgia Beasley, MD, gave the keynote presentation about her clinical and translational melanoma research. Photo by Ken Huth.

Georgia Beasley, MD, co-director of the Duke Melanoma Program, gave the keynote presentation, and members also heard an update from DCI Executive Director Michael Kastan, MD, PhD.

In addition, this year's dinner featured a video tribute to William Warner Shingleton, MD, the founding director of Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center (now Duke Cancer Institute). 





Learn More About the Shingleton Society

For more information or to apply for membership, please contact Sharon White, Senior Director of Leadership Annual Giving, at 984.227.1410. The Shingleton Society honors those who, during a fiscal year (July 1 through June 30), have made a gift of $1,000 or more to Duke Cancer Institute. The Shingleton Society pays tribute to William W. Shingleton, MD, the founding director of Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, now known as Duke Cancer Institute.