Join IGCS today and be a part of the leading global society advancing gynecologic cancer care around the world. In addition to the valuable educational resources and training opportunities, you will also be supporting the society’s mission to enhance the care of women with gynecologic cancer worldwide through education, training and public awareness. Member Benefits include:

Journal Access
Online Subscription to the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer (IJGC). Read the latest articles, which include evidence-based content on the detection, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of gynecologic malignancies. IJGC emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach and includes original research and expert reviews.  Submit your research for publication or volunteer to review manuscripts.

Led by Editor-in-Chief, Pedro T. Ramirez, MD, a stellar group of Associate Editors and international Editorial Board, IJGC will be further strengthened for years to come with a new editorial strategy that will enhance the learning experience of readers.

Network and Collaborate Online with Colleagues

  • IGCS Member Directory connects you with other members around the world.
  • IGCS GO Global Social Network allows members to participate in discussions, join special interest groups, and connect with other members in private communities.

Access IGCS Educational Resources Online

  • Recorded Presentations from past IGCS Biennial Meetings
  • Surgical Videos
  • Education Exchange Videos and Virtual Case Discussions
  • In the Know: Gyn Onc Literature of Significance

Training and Funding
IGCS members from low-income economies are eligible to apply for travel grants to attend IGCS meetings, such as the Shingo Fujii Young Doctors’ Summit.

Members also may be eligible to enroll as Fellows in the Global Curriculum and Mentorship Program or participate in the newly established Traveling Scholars/Mentorship Program.

Become a Mentor
Members may volunteer to participate as mentors and teachers in the IGCS Global Curriculum and Mentorship Program and/or newly established Traveling Scholars/Mentorship Program. Global Curriculum Mentors are needed to assess trainees’ progress and spend 1-2 weeks visiting mentee(s) at their home institution. Host Mentors/Institutions are needed to host Traveling Scholars for training in special topics for up to three months.

Voting Rights and Eligibility for Leadership Positions

IGCS members have voting privileges (except for senior members) to elect Council Members every two years and are provided with many exclusive opportunities for involvement within the Society. Members may apply to serve on Council or on committees of interest.

Reduced Rates to IGCS Meetings
The IGCS Global Meeting attracts attendance from the global gynecologic-oncology community and takes place in different regions of the world  (Rio de Jainero, 2019; Rome, 2020). It not only features a state-of-the-art Scientific program, but also reflects IGCS’s unique role in advancing women’s healthcare in the low resource settings.


Join IGCS in the fight against women’s cancer worldwide. If you have questions or require assistance, email