SGO international members are a part of a worldwide community of health care providers dedicated to improving the health of women through prevention and treatment of gynecologic cancers. International members have access to resources to keep them abreast of the latest science, treatment options and surgical techniques in gynecologic oncology.
2015 SGO International Scholar Travel Grants
The Society of Gynecologic Oncology is pleased to offer three (3) International Scholar Travel Grants to assist multidisciplinary early career professionals involved in the prevention, research, treatment or care of gynecologic cancers.
The 2015 International Travel Grant Scholarship recipients have been chosen and the 2015 submission deadline has passed. Thank you to all applicants for your participation.
If you have any questions at all, please contact Kristin Belleson, Director of Membership Engagement and Services, at 00 1 (312) 235-4058.
US Gynecologic Oncology Training and Observership
View a listing of programs in the United States that may offer gynecologic oncology training or observerships to non-US physicians.
Globe-athon To End Women’s Cancers
Founded in 2013, Globe-athon is the only international movement focused on the prevention and early detection of all gynecologic cancers (uterine, cervical, ovarian, vaginal and vulvar). In 2013 participants in over 60 countries and 130 cities made history by walking in solidarity with each other and with millions of women and families affected by gynecologic cancers. The following year, awareness events were held worldwide over the course of four weeks and included walks, runs, music and dance performances, Zumba, lectures, and cancer education sessions.
Health Volunteers Overseas
Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO) is a network of health care professionals, organizations, corporations and donors united in a common commitment to improving global health through education. In partnership with the American Society of Clinical Oncology, SGO participates in the HVO Oncology visiting professor program. Contact Danielle Stonehirsch at HVO at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-296-0928 to schedule a trip or learn more.
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