Global Oncology’s mission is to bring the best cancer care to underserved patients around the world. We collaborate across geographic, professional and academic borders to improve cancer care, research and education.
"The poor bear a disproportionate burden of the world's cancer cases and deaths and lack access to the majority of the global cancer resources dedicated to fighting cancer. The GO Map takes an important step toward addressing this inequity." Paul Farmer, MD
GO invites applications for our Global Health Internship lasting through 12/31 with a possible option to continue through the spring. This position is ideal for an undergraduate or graduate student who is interested and would like to gain experience in global health, health as a human right, advocacy, communications and in nonprofit development/fundraising.Read More
ASH’s newest award is designed to support future international scientific leaders, increase hematology capacity, and nurture global collaboration. The award is intended for hematologists between completion of training and the establishment of their independent careers. Letters of Intent due August 31, 2017.
GO is pleased to announce that Luke Evnin, PhD and Ansbert Gadicke, MD – co-founders and Managing Directors of MPM Capital – will receive GO’s 2nd Annual Global Oncology Visionary Award at our 12/2 benefit concert.
The Walther Cancer Foundation (WCF), in collaboration with the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center and the Academic Modeling Providing Access to HealthCare (AMPATH), is pleased to announce an opportunity for a Visiting Professorship in Translational Pathology and Biobanking.
I am excited to be posting my first Executive Director (ED) UPDATE. It has been a whirlwind six months since I started at Global Oncology (GO). I have learned so much about the huge oncology-related needs worldwide and how GO is well-positioned to help eliminate disparities in access to cancer diagnostics and treatment. Here are a few highlights…
While we have accomplished much the last four years, GO remains focused on collaborating even more broadly to grow our collective impact. It is with this goal in mind that GO appointed Donna Barry to serve as our first executive director. Donna has an exceptional background in global health, advocacy and policy. See GO’s June 13th Press Release for the full story!