The International World of Microbiome Conference (WoM 2022) is set to take place on 28-30 April, 2022 in Vienna, Austria. This unique event provides a platform for both inter-disciplinary and basic-clinical exchange that enables high-level discussion and pushes forward meaningful research in microbiome science. The two prior WoM events have been enthusiastically received and fostered many collaborations between specialists around the world. The upcoming third edition of the Conference will introduce a new Zone to our World - in addition to WoM: Pregnancy, Birth & Infancy (PBI) and WoM: Digestive & Metabolic Health (DMH) we are adding WoM: Oral. 3 Zones • 1 Exhibition • All the Experts This year the program is based on three carefully curated learning and networking zones to advance research, understanding & application in the world of microbiome. These zones are specifically designed to bring the latest insights in each topic, highlight the interrelations between all of them and foster collaboration among clinicians, researchers, and the industry. The World of Microbiome Series, by GEMS, is growing and in 2022 is bringing not only the 3rd edition of the successful World of Microbiome: Pregnancy, Birth & Infancy conference and the 2nd edition of the World of Microbiome: Digestive & Metabolic Health, but also a brand-new topic: World of Microbiome: Oral.
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Events must be related to the field of gynecologic cancers with the target audience of clinicians, researchers, or advocates (patient/survivors/family members/caregivers).
Join us! November Journal Club This session will explore the lead article in our November issue, “ Safety of ovarian preservation for premenopausal patients with FIGO stage I grade 2 and 3 endometrioid endometrial adenocarcinoma, along with its accompanying editorial. When? Friday, November 18, from 11:00-11:45 AM CDT (6:00 PM CEST). Registration is not required. To join the November IJGC chat, simply use this Zoom link to join the journal club at the scheduled time. The featured discussants are Dr. Dimitrios Nasioudis, lead author of the article, who will be joined by IJGC Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez and Social Media Editor Dr. Ane Gerda Zahl Eriksson. We strongly encourage you to join Drs. Nasioudis, Ramirez, and Eriksson—along with your colleagues from around the world—as they assess the article’s findings, evaluate their clinical significance, and consider their potential role in gynecological oncology.
Second-Line Treatment Options for Patients with Recurrent Cervical Cancer. Review of Current Treatment and Future Directions Join us for an overview of the InnovaTV 204 trial data along with InnovaTV 205 data, as well as ongoing trials including InnovaTV 301. Wednesday, December 7, 2022 10:30 AM ET | See all time zones Duration approximately 30 minutes Supported in part by Seagen Register Here Robert Coleman, MD Chief Scientific Officer, US Oncology Research USA
December Journal Club Lead Article: Peritoneal carcinomatosis after minimally invasive vs open radical hysterectomy: Systematic review and meta-analysis by Dr. Jorge Hoegl Tuesday, December 13, 2022 12:00 PM ET | See all time zones Duration approximately 1 hour Please note: this event is available for IGCS Members only. Not a member? Join IGCS today. Lead Article Zoom Link
Join UCI Health at this in-person meeting, held in Huntington Beach, CA. USA.