UW Ob-Gyn posters and presentations coming up at SGO Annual Meeting on Women’s Cancer

Tags: gynecologic oncology, residency, fellowship, Education, research

The agenda for the virtual Society of Gynecologic Oncology’s 2021 Annual Meeting on Women’s Cancer, coming up in March, is available, and UW Ob-Gyn faculty and trainees will have an extensive presence at the conference. We're proud of the broad variety of research our team will bring to the event!

“Cannabidiol: Assessing Activity in Ovarian and Endometrial Carcinoma Cell Lines” (Shannon K. Rush, MD, Arvinder Kapur, PhD, Manish S. Patankar, PhD, Lisa M. Barroilhet, MD)

“The Rhesus Macaque: A Unique and Compelling Model for Human Endometriosis-Associated Ovarian Carcinomas” (Shannon K. Rush, MD, David H. Abbott, PhD, Manish S. Patankar, PhD)

“The State of K2R Grant Funding by Cancer Type from the National Cancer Institute” (Shannon K. Rush, MD, Shitanshu Uppal, MD, MBBS, Connor C. Wang, MD, Trang Q. Le, MS, Roxana A. Alexandridis, PhD, Laurel W. Rice, MD, Ryan Spencer, MD, MS)

“Updated Funding to Lethality Measures for National Cancer Institute Funding Allocation (2007-2017)” (Shannon K. Rush, MD, Shitanshu Uppal, MD, MBBS, Connor C. Wang, MD, Trang Q. Le, MS, Roxana A. Alexandridis, PhD, Laurel W. Rice, MD, Ryan Spencer, MD, MS)

Featured poster: “Cancer lethality: an important burden metric to consider for the allocation of clinical trial research funding from all sources” (Connor Wang, Shannon Rush, Shitanshu Uppal, Laurel Rice, Ryan Spencer)

Featured poster: “Disparities in the enrollment of racial and ethnic minorities in clinical trials of poly ADP ribose polymerase inhibitors for women’s cancers” (Rachel Mojdehbakhsh, Matt Wagar, Amy Godecker, Laurel Rice, Lisa Barroilhet)

Featured poster: "Trends in opportunistic salpingectomy following vaginal delivery (Matt Wagar MD, Amy Godecker PhD, Maria V. Landeros BS, Lisa Barroilhet MD MS, Makeba Williams MD)

Postoperative venous thromboembolism in gynecologic oncology patients undergoing minimally invasive surgery: Does modality matter? (Matt Wagar, MD, Janelle Sobecki, MD MA, Thevaa Chandereng PhD, Ellen Hartenbach, MD, Sumer K Wallace, MD)