Latest Blogs

Aug 15, 2019
Dr. Gil Morgan joins me in a conversation about how our perspectives have been enriched by work, parenthood, and online connections.
Aug 12, 2019
Over 400 attendees and exceptional international faculty members made the 2019 Best of ASCO Lebanon meeting a great success.
Aug 09, 2019
Planning for our first global meeting, ASCO Breakthrough: A Global Summit for Oncology Innovators, is almost complete.
Aug 07, 2019
Does big data have a big problem? Dr. John W. Sweetenham cautions, "There is a real danger that we legitimize flawed data sets by labelling them as 'real-world data' when they neither reflect the real world nor can we trust the data."
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Women in Oncology

The Women in Oncology blog provides a dedicated space to share challenges, insights, and best practices with regard to navigating careers, personal growth, and professional development. All ASCO members are encouraged to contribute; contact training@asco.org if you are interested in writing a guest post.

Jun 08, 2018
Drs. Margaret Gatti-Mays, Kathryn Lurain, and Fatima Karzai outline how effective mentorship and social media support can help contribute to gender equity in medical leadership positions.
May 25, 2018
Dr. Jane Lowe Meisel shares a first look at the program for the Women's Networking Center at the 2018 ASCO Annual Meeting. 
May 18, 2018
At a forum on work-life balance, Dr. Julia Close was asked, "When is the best time to have children?" There's no easy answer to this question.
Jan 30, 2018
Dr. Julia Close considers the relationship between perfectionism and procrastination, and learning to find satisfaction in a task well (but not perfectly) done.
Nov 28, 2017
Dr. Julia Close describes a recent study about the dearth of sponsorship opportunities for women in medicine. Narrowing the opportunity gap is crucial for narrowing the gender gap in leadership positions.
Oct 09, 2017
"As a mother and an oncologist, there are always times when I am plagued with doubt, feeling I could be more fully present in one role if I wasn’t worrying about the other," says Dr. Jane Lowe Meisel.

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