MOGA wants your champions of medical oncology

By David Rowley

8 May 2019

Finding the medical oncology champions of Australia is the latest in a series of events the Medical Oncology Group of Australia (MOGA) has organised to mark its 40th anniversary.

The organisation wants its member to nominate an Australian medical oncologist they consider a Champion.

The terms of reference are pretty broad – it should be a member of the profession who’s made a real difference to your training, career, research activities or life as a medical oncologist – whether trainee or consultant.

According to MOGA, the Champion could be someone who has mentored, supervised, befriended or helped you work through a problem.

The emailed applications need to include a photo of said Champion with their full title, name, city, state and accompanied by up to 25 well-chosen words about why exactly they are a Champion.

Entries should be sent to before 10 August and they will all be posted on the MOGA website and social media.

The winning Champion  will be announced on August 16 during the 40th Anniversary/Annual Scientific Meeting and Immuno-Oncology Forum to be held in Canberra from 14 to 17 August 2019. The Champion and their nominator will each receive a gift valued at $150.

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