Ted Gansler, M.D., M.B.A., is director of medical content at the American Cancer Society (ACS). At ACS, Dr. Gansler provides medical and scientific oversight for assuring the accuracy of printed and electronic information products for patients, the general public and health professionals, and is medical director of the ACS Continuing Medical Education program. He is editor of CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, is among the editors (Kufe, Pollack, Weichselbaum, Bast, Gansler, Holland and Frei) of Cancer Medicine, sixth edition, and is managing editor of the ACS Clinical Atlas of Oncology series of books.

Dr. Gansler is a graduate of Duke University, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Georgia State University School of Business Administration, and completed a pathology residency and cytopathology fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining the ACS staff, Dr. Gansler practiced cytopathology and surgical pathology at Emory University, and is currently an adjunct associate professor of pathology at Emory.