2024 University of Illinois Cancer CenterWinter CME Series
January 24, 2024 – GU, GI, and Thoracic Oncology
January 31, 2024 – Women’s Cancers – Year in Review
February 7, 2024 – Hematologic Malignancies – Update from ASH
Venue SIX10 610 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60605 312-322-1725
- The conference will be live in person and offered online via live broadcast. The conference will be recorded and posted online for on-demand access 60-90 days later.
THE DETAILS FOR EACH SESSION
ARE AVAILABLE BELOW BY SESSION DATE.
REGISTRATION FEES PER SESSION:
INDUSTRY = $200
MD/DO = $100
APP = $50
STUDENTS/FELLOWS = $0.00
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS CHICAGO STAFF, FACULTY AND AFFILIATES = $0.00
After participating in these activities, learners will be better able to:
- Participants will be able to evaluate the efficacy and safety of using PARP inhibitors in managing HRR-mutated metastatic prostate cancer, including potential side effects and monitoring parameters.
- Participants will be able to review the latest guidelines and recommendations for peri-operative therapy in localized rectal cancer.
- Participants will identify the role and significance of biomarkers in early and advanced-stage non-small
cell lung cancer
Day 1 – Wednesday, January 24, 2024
1:00 – 2:00pm – Registration, Exhibits, Ancillary Events
2:00 – 2:05pm – Introduction
2:05 – 2:50pm – Shifting Paradigms: How PARP Inhibitors are Reshaping the Treatment of HRR-Mutated Metastatic Prostate Cancer
2:50 – 3:35pm – The Evolving Landscape of Peri-operative Therapy for Localized Rectal Cancer: What Clinicians Need to Know
3:35 – 4:35pm – Break, Exhibits, Ancillary Events
4:35 – 5:20pm – Navigating Neoadjuvant Options: Current Updates in the Perioperative Treatment for Early-Stage Lung Cancer
5:20 – 6:05pm – Precision Oncology: Leveraging Biomarkers for First-Line Treatment in NSCLC
6:05 – 7:00pm – Exhibits, Ancillary Events
Series Course Chair
VK Gadi, MD, PhD
Deputy Director, University of Illinois Cancer Center
Professor and Director, Medical Oncology, UIC Department of Medicine
University of Illinois Cancer Center