The IGCS Annual Global Meeting is held in different regions of the world each year, providing members and gynecologic oncology professionals with opportunities to share research, collaborate with colleagues, and receive education from an international faculty of world-class experts in gynecologic cancers.
The IGCS Annual Global Meeting provides an opportunity to:
- Enjoy a multi-disciplinary program that covers the latest cutting edge science and innovative developments.
- Submit abstracts for publication in an online supplement to the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer.
- Learn from internationally acclaimed leaders.
- Network with colleagues from around the world.
THE ANNUAL GLOBAL MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL GYNECOLOGIC CANCER SOCIETY
Auditorium Parco della Musica
September 10-12, 2020
2020 Program Committee Chairs:
Thomas Herzog, MD (USA)
Rainer Kimmig, MD (Germany)
More information about abstract submission, registration and program details can be found at www.igcs2020.com.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: As the Coronavirus continues to spread, IGCS is taking the following measures to monitor and plan for any necessary contingencies.
At this time, we intend to host the meeting in Rome as planned.
- We are monitoring the situation daily and making adjustments, as needed. We recognize that the situation may change quickly.
- As it relates to travel, we are following the guidance of the coronavirus travel policies of our host country as well as the WHO and the CDC.
- The safety and health of our members, staff, and stakeholders is of the utmost importance to us.
- Please continue to check the meeting website for the most current information.
Future Annual Global Meeting
New York, NY
October 14-16, 2021
Past Annual Global Meeting
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Abstracts from the IGCS 2019 Annual Global Meeting have been published in a Supplement Issue in the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer and over 150 webcasts are available here.
See the 2019 meeting summary published in the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer, including coverage of six major studies.