Special Topics

July 7, 2021
Barbara Burtness, MD

ECOG-ACRIN Creates Task Force on Advancement for Women

ECOG-ACRIN has established a Task Force on Advancement for Women under the leadership of Barbara Burtness, MD of Yale University
May 28, 2021
Evaluation Form

ECOG-ACRIN Recognizes 22 Member Networks and Programs for Outstanding Research Performance

In an annual evaluation, 22 member networks and programs met rigorous standards established by ECOG-ACRIN to indicate exemplary cancer research
April 27, 2021
Healthcare professional at laptop

Virtual Spring 2021 Group Meeting: Tips and Highlights

Most of us are virtual meeting pros by now—and though many miss the connection and energy of in-person events, there is something to be said for attending sessions in sweatpants, a favorite coffee mug in hand
January 25, 2021
Pink Rubik's cube

Joe Sparano: Refining Individual Risk in Breast Cancer

Dr. Sparano discusses the scientific and statistical collaboration behind a new tool, RSClin™, which integrates clinical–pathological and genomic risk information to guide adjuvant chemotherapy in node-negative breast cancer
October 19, 2020
Doctor on laptop

Virtual ECOG-ACRIN Fall 2020 Group Meeting: What to Expect

The Fall 2020 Group Meeting will look different this year – a fact that should not be too surprising, given that it will take place entirely online
September 14, 2020
Woman virtual presentation

2020 Young Investigator Symposium (A Virtual Event)

Up to eight young investigators will present their work at the annual Young Investigator Symposium, taking place during the Virtual Fall 2020 Group Meeting
July 29, 2020

EA Launches Anti-Racist Agenda with Health Equity Inaugural Meeting

A special webcast in June focused on moving to an explicit anti-racist ECOG-ACRIN agenda
June 10, 2020

ECOG-ACRIN Research at #ASCO20: How Twitter Helped Fill the Virtual Void

The new virtual meeting format, developed out of necessity, sparked interesting conversations
May 29, 2020

Lynne Wagner: COVID-19 Emotional Support Resources

February 28, 2020

Social Media and Clinical Trials

Mike Thompson writes that educating and engaging the public--both via social media and in person--is necessary to sustain a national clinical trials infrastructure and continue advancing cancer research
January 14, 2020

Late Effects of Cancer

A conversation with Gerald Green
November 1, 2019

Improving Cancer Care For Sexual and Gender Minorities

Dr. Edith Mitchell describes a current focus of the Health Equity Committee