Save the Date: Saturday, December 2, 2017
Where: New England Conservatory Jordan Hall, Boston [Directions]

GO is a community partner of the Longwood Symphony Orchestra (LSO), a fellow nonprofit playing classical music concerts at Jordan Hall celebrating Boston-area 501(c)(3) organizations addressing needs in health care the last 30 years.

GO's second annual concert in a series of three will take place on Saturday, December 2, 2017.  We are pleased to announce that Luke Evnin and Ansbert Gadicke, co-founders and Managing Directors of MPM Capital, will receive our Global Oncology Visionary Award at this event.  Luke, Ansbert and their teams on both coasts work with leading scientists to create companies that seek to address unmet needs and change the face of medicine across all therapeutic areas.  Recently our honorees worked with UBS to create a social impact investment fund, The Oncology Impact Fund, that invests in breakthrough oncology therapeutics and dedicates a portion of its profits to cancer research as well as to cancer care access in developing countries.

In celebration of this great work and GO's mission, GO hopes to raise $150,000 to continue our efforts to bring the best in cancer to underserved populations worldwide.

If you would like to inquire about Sponsorships, or participate in planning this event, or get involved in any other way, please contact Jane Craycroft: jane@globalonc.org.

Stay tuned for details!  In the meantime, visit the 2016 Concert Recap page.