Research Rounds

The Gynecologic Cancer Initiative Research Rounds features researchers working on accelerating transformative research on prevention, treatment and survivorship of gynecologic cancers. The goal of these research rounds is to provide a forum for researchers, trainees and staff to learn about the range of different gynecologic cancer research projects happening across British Columbia. This series will be held every other Friday from 12-1 pm PST on Zoom.

Dr. David Huntsman, MD

Ovarian cancer subtypes reframed as distinct oncogenic journeys: a post-genomic approach to research
May 21, 2021 | 12 – 1pm PST

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Meeting ID: 676 5240 0079

Passcode: 045368

Cancelled due to Gynecologic Cancer Initiative Trainee Research Day

June 4, 2021 | 12 – 1pm PST

Dr. Jenny Ko, MD and Dr. Joni Kooy, MD

Main presentation: Real-life patient experiences in gynecologic oncology
Trainee presentation: Adjuvant chemotherapy and radiation for patients with high-risk stage I endometrial cancer (EC) treated with curative intent surgery – the impact on recurrence and survival
June 18, 2021 | 12 – 1pm PST

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Meeting ID: 676 5240 0079

Passcode: 045368

Previous GCI Research Rounds

Drugs targeting to tumors in the peritoneal cavity
   

Dr. Shyh-Dar Li, PhD

Hereditary gynceologic cancers: testing, prevention and management
     

Dr. Lesa Dawson, MD, FRCSC

What’s new in the classification of gynecological cancers: the 5th edition of the WHO guidelines

Dr. Blake Gilks, MD

Metabolism, cancer and the immune system – what do they have in common?

Dr. Julian Lum, PhD

Strategies for making an impact with policy makers: Methods from women’s health research

Dr. Sarah Munro, PhD

Clinical prediction models in gynecological oncology 

Dr. Aline Talhouk, PhD

Heterogeneity and molecular subtypes in endometriosis-associated cancers and their precursors   

Dr. Michael Anglesio, PhD

Opportunistic salpingectomy for ovarian cancer prevention and age of onset of menopause: Reassuring findings from British Columbia

Dr. Gillian Hanley, PhD

New data on POLEmut and NSMMP molecular subtypes of endometrial cancer and how molecular classification is changing EC management today

Dr. Jessica McAlpine, MD

Where are the knowledge gaps to get us to cervical cancer elimination in women living with HIV?

Dr. Deborah Money, MD & Dr. Elisabeth McClymont, PhD