Born in Chicago, Illinois to Dr. Carlisle and Florence Weese.
Receives a Bachelor of Arts in biology from the University of Chicago.
Receives a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Chicago.
Marries Barbara F. Weese.
Is an asst. professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a staff surgeon at William S. Middleton Veterans Hospital in Madison, WI.
Promoted to associate professor of surgery and human oncology with tenure at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Is professor and chief of the Section of Surgical Oncology at Temple University, is chairman of Dept. of Surgical Oncology at FCCC.
Is director, chief of surgical oncology, and associate chairman of the Dept. of Surgery at PMC of Philadelphia and president of PSOF.
Delivers The Jonathan Rhoads Oration. Is Director of Surgical Oncology and Co-director of the Cancer Institute at Graduate Hospital.
Becomes a clinical professor of surgery in the Department of Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania.
Becomes a clinical professor of surgery in the Department of Surgery at Drexel University.
Becomes chairman of the Department of Surgery at Kennedy University Hospitals in Stratford, New Jersey.
Appointed division head of Surgical Oncology, professor of surgery with tenure and chairman of the Department of Surgery at UMDNJ.
Becomes a guest editorial reviewer of the Journal of Clinical Oncology and Annals of Surgery.
Appointed division head of Surgical Oncology at Cooper Hospital in Camden, New Jersey.
Becomes medical director of the Advocate Christ Medical Center Cancer Institute in Oak Lawn, Illinois.
Becomes a guest editorial reviewer of the Journal of Palliative Care & Medicine.
Dr. Weese becomes Vice President of Aurora Cancer Center, Aurora Health Care, in Milwaukee, WI (now Advocate Aurora Health).
Dr. Weese becomes a clinical adjunct professor of surgery at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Dr. Weese becomes a guest editorial reviewer of JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics.