Speaker's Bureau

Find an expert to speak to your community group

Looking for a speaker for your organization, club, group or classroom? The Fred & Pamela Buffet Cancer Center (FPBCC) Speakers Bureau provides resources to community groups across Nebraska including experts to give presentations on cancer-related topics. The FPBCC faculty and staff volunteer their time to share their interests and expertise with private and public organizations, coalitions, academia and community groups in Nebraska.

Requestors include but are not limited to:

Speakers available range from:

We can work with your institution to customize an event that will best suit your interest area(s), including webinars or Zoom-style presentations.

To request and schedule a speaker

If you are interested in having an expert speak at your event, please contact the speaker’s bureau coordinator at least one month before the scheduled event by completing the Request a Speaker form. We welcome suggestions for speakers on topics not listed below. If you do not have a topic in mind, we will work with you to identify topics and speakers pertinent to your groups’ interests and needs.

Requests are subject to the availability of our volunteer speakers. See Available topics below:

 

Cancer 101 (basics) Treatment 
Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Chemotherapy
Cancer Treatment  Radiation therapy 
Cancer Survivorship  Surgery
Breast Cancer Basics Immunotherapy 
Prostate Cancer Basics Clinical Trials
Colorectal Cancer Basics Genetic Assessment 
Lung Cancer Basics  
Pancreatic Cancer Basics Survivorship 
Skin Cancer Basics Survivorship Care Guidelines
Leukemia/Lymphoma Basics Palliative Care
Pediatric Cancer Basics Caregiver Support
(Other basic cancer presentation available upon request) Stress Management 
   
Cancer Prevention  Cancer Health Disparities 
Smoking Cancer Issues Affecting African Americans
Obesity Cancer Issues Affecting Hispanics
Physical Activity Cancer Issues Affecting Native Americans
Nutrition Cancer Issues Affecting LGBTQ+ Communities
Radon  Cancer Issues Affecting Rural Community Residents
   
Early Detection and Diagnosis  Health Care Provider Education 
Cancer Screening Oncology Professional Burnout
Cancer Diagnosis Clinical Trials