Global Humanitarian Award
Recognizes outstanding individuals, organizations or programs who work outside of their clinical, research and educational responsibilities to improve access to quality gynecologic oncology training and services in low- and middle-income countries or in areas of need within more developed nations.
Tri Dinh, MD
Dr. Dinh is being honored with the IGCS Global Humanitarian Award for his commitment to quality patient care that extends to his homeland in Vietnam. As President and founder of Project TVD (Team of Volunteer Doctors), he has trained countless physicians and nurses. As an international mentor, he was instrumental in launching the first pilot site of the IGCS Global Curriculum and Mentorship Program in Vietnam, which was also the first fellowship program in gynecologic oncology in Vietnam. In all aspects of his work, Tri exemplifies the commitment needed to improve access to gynecologic oncology services in low to middle income countries.