About IGCS 2022
The 2022 IGCS Annual Global Meeting is scheduled to be held in New York City at the Javits Conference Center.
With planning for IGCS 2022 underway, we have an excellent opportunity to look ahead with optimism. While the meetings and conventions have transformed in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we believe the best approach to move forward is to be bold, see challenges as opportunities and work together to assemble an outstanding Congress.
Safety is of course our utmost priority and the IGCS team is working very closely with a local professional conference organizer, the venue, and the New York government as rules and regulations are released for safe ways to gather with an abundance of caution. We will keep you fully informed in the coming weeks and months and understand how this may affect the way you can register for the Congress.
Please check back regularly for updates about the IGCS 2022 Annual Global Meeting. Join us in thinking bold!
Discover the Program
Back by Popular Demand: Master Sessions
In four separate master sessions for cervix, ovary, uterine and vulvar cancers, experts and prominent international leaders discuss the latest in comprehensive care and explore important aspects of each disease utilizing a variety of content delivery methods.
Plenary Sessions and Focused Plenaries
Discover the most up-to-date gynecologic oncology research at five main plenary sessions featuring oral abstract presentations and four focused plenary sessions featuring selected posters.
The 2022 Presidential Plenary will explore collaborative solutions to achieve equitable gynecologic cancer care through innovation, research, and advocacy. IGCS President, Dr. Robert Coleman has invited an esteemed panel including Annie Ellis, Dr. Douglas Lowy, and Dr. Tashanna Myers.
Watch selected films featuring gynecologic cancer surgical techniques narrated by international experts and participate in live discussions. New this year: “Meet the Technology” sessions showcase the latest technological advances in gynecologic surgery.
Debate your Colleague
Watch your colleagues debate current clinical treatment options and cast your vote to choose the winning argument.
Early Career Workshop
The Early Career Research and Publications Network is hosting a workshop for attendees to gain understanding of the importance of publishing and conducting research from gyn onc editorial professionals, share challenges and learn how to incorporate research into their career.
The Gynecologic Cancer Survivor-Caregiver Summit: Care Beyond the Cure will gather patient advocates for a day of education and networking. Survivorship, quality-of-life, and research advocacy are featured topics.
Cervical Preinvasive Disease Workshop
Members enrolled in the IGCS Preinvasive Disease Program can complete their hands-on training in colposcopy and treatment of preinvasive cervical disease and assessment the day before the meeting begins.
And Much More!
The program will also include tumor boards, postgraduate courses, industry symposia, regional sessions on a variety of topics and plenty of time to socialize and network with friends and colleagues.