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Let your original research help fund your career path!

Early Career Professionals are invited to submit their burgeoning research projects in gynecologic oncology Aug. 15, 2014, through Oct. 13, 2014, to be considered for a special presentation at the Early Career Educational Summit: Secrets for Success on Dec. 12-13, 2014, at the Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Center of Northwestern University in Chicago. If your submission is chosen, your project will be presented as part of a workshop by a respected gynecologic oncologist and you will receive free registration for the course!

These research presentations will take place during scheduled presentation times by highly regarded physicians in the field of gynecologic oncology. This is an outstanding opportunity for young leaders to have their own career development concerns and questions addressed by leaders in the field who have already successfully navigated these obstacles. This will also provide an excellent forum for Residents and Fellows to learn from their peers’ circumstances and progress.

The Early Career Educational Summit Planning Committee will review the submitted career development question, in a blinded review for relevance to the field of gynecologic oncology, current clinical and practice trends, and applicability of the topic. There will be two (2) submissions selected for presentation and discussion. Grading will be based on content, originality, and potential impact on the field.

Submission Rules and Regulations

  1. Please write your submission in proper English (American or British usage is accepted, but not a mixture of these). Use decimal points (not commas). Please carefully check your spelling.
  2. A submission must have a title that indicates the nature of the investigation. Capitalize the first word in the title.  Example: The current clinical use of HPV genotyping.
  3. Each submission must clearly identify the following elements:
      Rationale: Introductory sentence indicating how this discussion will impact/improve treatment of women’s cancers.
      Proposed Objectives: A summary of what elements will be learned/covered in the presentation.
      Desired outcomes/understanding: What the will audience be able to take back to their institution.
  4. Within the title and text of the submission, omit any reference to your institution to ensure a proper, blinded review.
  5. Trade names should not be used.
  6. Receipt of a submission constitutes a commitment by the author to attend the Early Career Professionals Summit if the submission is accepted.
  7. Acceptance and decline notices will be sent in mid-November 2014.

Submission Directions

Submit your abstract here. Questions can be sent directly to education@sgo.org.

  1. Only submissions covering all three of the above elements will be reviewed by the SGO and the Early Career Educational Summit Planning Committee.
  2. All abstract submissions must be received by Oct. 13, 2014, to be considered for acceptance.
  3. Authors will be notified by email within approximately 30 days of the submission close date of acceptance/decline.

Unauthorized recordings of presentations by means of audio tapes, video, or still photography requiring flash devices, special lighting, or bulky equipment will be prohibited. The SGO reserves the right to all video and/or audio recordings of presentations and materials at the SGO Early Career Educational Summit: Secrets for Success.