We are pleased to congratulate the five young gynecologic oncologists selected to serve as Editorial Fellows for the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer (IJGC). The fellows are IGCS Members and a part of the IGCS Early Career Research & Publications Network.
Indian Armed Forces
National Taiwan University Hospital Hsin-Chu Branch
The IJGC Editorial Fellowship is a four-month appointment that matches the fellows with the Editor in Chief, Dr. Pedro Ramirez to gain experience in peer review processing, proposal/manuscript development, medical journal production, working with authors, editorial board management, and implementing a strategic vision plan.
Dr. Pedro Ramirez said, “We are very pleased to announce the selection of this outstanding group of gynecologic oncologists as the new Editorial Fellows of the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer. Looking forward to a very productive collaboration and to their innovative input in continuing to improve the quality of our journal. Congratulations!!”
The fellows will work on special projects based on personal areas of interest and the needs of the journal to further develop their skills to further their own research careers and effect change in the quality of medical research.
We are so pleased that IJGC has provided this fantastic opportunity for professional development to these members of the IGCS Early Career Research & Publications Network. The IGCS Early Career Network is open to all IGCS members within the first five years of completion of fellowship.
Robert Coleman, MD
IGCS President Elect and Chair of the Early Career Research & Publications Network
Mary Eiken, MS
IGCS Chief Executive Officer
What the fellows have to say:
“Thrilled to be selected as IJGC Editorial fellow. Hoping to learn from the entire editorial team, and becoming a better authors & reviewer”
– Geetu Bhandoria
“It’s truly my honor to have such a great opportunity to serve as an editorial fellow for IJGC. I am thrilled about the activities in the fellowship and can’t wait to be connecting with doctors all around the globe. I am indebted to IGCS/IJGC as you provide exceptional learning programs for enthusiasts in the field. A shout out to the IGCS Early Career Research & Publications Network who are starting to fight gynecological cancer, together!”
– Arthur Hsu
“I am thrilled for this opportunity to gain an in depth understanding of the editorial process and be able to do so while collaborating with colleagues across the globe! Through this fellowship, I aspire to become a better scientific writer and more effectively mentor my trainees on the manuscript writing process. I look forward to using these new skills to help elevate the quality of gynecologic cancer research we publish and the oncologic care we provide here at Louisiana State University-New Orleans.”
“The possibility of participating in this program represents a wonderful challenge. This will be a great opportunity for me to get involved with the IGCS and learn about the development of protocols, manuscripts writing, reviewing processes, and also to encourage worldwide collaborative research projects. The IGCS Early Career Network allows me to continuously grow in my professional development and improve my patient’s care. I am grateful to have this unique opportunity!”