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Friday, April 30 | 8:00 pm EDT (New York)
Saturday, May 1 | 8:00 am CST (China)
Program Topics
 
Role of an Early Career Fellow in Clinical Trials
Alison Brand, MD 
 
GCIG Mandate & Vision
Keiichi Fujiwara, MD
 
Trial Types & Design for International Studies
Jung Min Lee, MD
 
Patient Reported Outcomes
Rachel Sisodia, MD
 
Panel Discussion/Question & Answer Segment
Rachel Sisodia, MD | Alison Brand, MD | Rhonda Farrell, MD
IGCS Early Career Workshop Jr. Faculty

Speakers

Alison Brand, MD
Director Department of Gynaecological Oncology Westmead Hospital
Associate Professor, University of Sydney
Sydney, Australia
Rachel C. Sisodia, MD
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Sr. Medical Director for Specialty Care & Patient Reported Outcomes, Mass General Brigham
USA

Moderators

Rhonda Farrell, MD
IGCS Early Career Network Sr. Mentor
& IGCS Council Member
Australia
Navya Nair, MD
IGCS Early Career Network Jr. Mentor
& IGCS Early Career Workshop Jr. Faculty
USA

Early Career Workshop Jr. Faculty

Geetu Bhandoria, MD
India

Arthur Tsu, MD
Taiwan

Sadie Jones, MD
UK

Florencia Noll, MD
Argentina

While the workshop is open to all, the program is geared towards young clinicians and researchers who are currently in training and those who have completed training within the last five years and are dedicated to the study of gynecologic cancers.

This workshop is being coordinated in collaboration with the Gynecologic Cancer Intergroup (GCIG).

The session recording and slides from the first IGCS Early Career Workshop (held January, 2021) are available for IGCS Members in the Education Portal.

Zoom Video Webinar

IGCS uses Zoom Video Webinar for virtual events. Zoom Webinar technology has a maximum capacity of 500 attendees. While we believe that we will be able to accommodate all attendees, these free sessions have garnered a lot of interest and there is a chance that capacity will be reached. Also, please be aware that poor internet connectivity and other issues may affect the quality of your experience. Click here to view tips to improve your Zoom Webinar connectivity.

If you are unable to enter the Zoom Webinar or experience technical difficulties, please know that a recording of the entire session will be made available on the IGCS website in a timely manner after the event.