Agnes Binagwaho

Award: Award for Community Advancement in Resource-Limited Settings

For the initiation and supervision of several successful community vaccination programmes including the very successful HPV vaccination programme in Rwanda and the establishment of a family planning campaign. About Prof. Agnes Binagwaho In 2017, Professor Binagwaho was named Vice Chancellor of the University of Global Health Equity, an initiative of Partner In Health. From 2002-2016, she served the Rwandan Health Sector in high-level government positions, first as the Executive Secretary of Rwan..

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Peter Heintz

Award: Excellence in Teaching Award

For the successful development (10+ years) of the Dutch School Fellowship and Gynaecological Cancer Nurses Programme in Indonesia. About Prof. Peter Heintz The career of Prof. Heintz is characterized by a strong interest in women with cancer, in the western world as well as in the developing world. Prof. Heintz received his OB/GYN and oncology training at the Leiden University Medical Centre and the Netherlands Cancer Institute. At the beginning of his career, gynaecologic oncology as a recogniz..

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Edward Trimble

Award: Award for Community Advancement in Resource-Limited Settings, Global Humanitarian Award

For developing initiatives and collaborating with low- and middle-income countries to support cancer control planning, build capacity and support cancer research and training. They have been instrumental in assisting IGCS to make inroads into under penetrated regions of the world. About Dr. Edward Trimble In 2011 Dr. Harold Varmus, then Director of the US National Cancer Institute (NCI) appointed Dr. Trimble the founding Director of NCI’s new Center for Global Health (CGH). Under Dr. Trimble..

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Henry Kitchener

Award: Lifetime Achievement Award

For his leadership in randomized non-pharma clinical trials, Chairmanship of the Gynecologic Cancer Intergroup (GCIG), founding the ‘State-of-the-Art” workshops in Manchester and developing the Cervical Cancer Research Network (CCRN). About Dr. Henry Kitchener Henry Kitchener graduated in Medicine at Glasgow University, qualifying in 1975, and went on to train in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. He completed his higher degree in the MRC Virology Unit where he studied the viral aetiology of cervic..

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