Cancer in a COVID-19 world: a live webcast with McGill experts
As the world’s attention is focused on COVID-19, what effect is this having on cancer research and clinical activity? How are oncologists balancing the safety of their patients with the need to deliver life-sustaining treatments? And can recent advances made in cancer research provide infectious disease experts with the tools they need to better understand COVID-19 and develop treatments and vaccines? Join us for another in our series of webcasts as three of McGill’s leading cancer experts tackle your most pressing questions about current cancer patient care, the status of research activity during the COVID-19 pandemic and ways in which cancer researchers are lending their support to the global fight for medical solutions.
Find out what you need to know in this online discussion and have your questions answered.
Prof. Morag Park, Professor, Departments of Oncology, Biochemistry, and Medicine, and Director of McGill’s Goodman Cancer Research Centre.
Dr. George Zogopoulos, Associate Professor, Departments of Surgery and Oncology, transplant surgeon at the McGill University Health Centre, and Director of the Quebec Pancreas Cancer Study.
Dr. Sarit Assouline, Associate Professor, McGill Department of Oncology, Physician, Division of Hematology, Sir Mortimer B. Davis Jewish General Hospital, and Senior Investigator, Lady Davis Institute.
Thursday, April 16, 2020, 12:00 p.m. EDT Questions? Submit your questions in advance of the webcast by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org