CGA-IGC

The Collaborative Group of the Americas

on Inherited Gastrointestinal Cancer (CGA-IGC)

In consideration of the health and safety concerns related to the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic, the Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Gastrointestinal Cancer (CGA-IGC) has made the difficult decision to host the 2020 Annual Meeting as a virtual meeting.  While we had hoped to offer an in-person gathering, we have realized that convening in Nashville will not be possible this year.

 

We are, however, pleased to announce that registration for the 2020 virtual Annual Meeting will be free for all CGA-IGC members. Further details on registration will be announced in the coming weeks. Please see the link below to renew your membership, if you have not already done so.

 

Members enjoy numerous benefits throughout the year that include:

  • Free access to high yield webinars

  • Monthly Journal Scan highlighting top hereditary cancer articles across disciplines

  • Opportunity to be listed in the CGA Membership Directory

  • Discounted registration fees to the Annual Meeting

  • Access to the CGA Quarterly Newsletter

  • Unrestricted access to members only sections on the CGA website

  • Nominating and voting privileges for CGA President and Executive Council

  • Opportunity to serve on the CGA Executive Council

  • Website posting privileges for job openings and research recruitment

  • Eligibility for Collaborative Fund research grants 

ABOUT CGA

The Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Colorectal Cancer (CGA-ICC) was established in 1995 to improve understanding of the basic science of inherited colorectal cancer and the clinical management of affected families. In 2018, the CGA-ICC moved to change their name to the Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Gastrointestinal Cancer (CGA-IGC), to be more inclusive of inherited gastrointestinal cancers as a whole. The CGA-IGC focuses on families with rare forms of inherited colorectal cancer: familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP), MUTYH-associated polyposis, Peutz-Jeghers syndrome, juvenile polyposis, other hamartomatous polyposis, serrated polyposis syndrome, and hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer (HNPCC)/Lynch syndrome.

CGA LEADERSHIP

Matthew B. Yurgelun, MD

President

Randall Brand, MD

President-Elect

Michael J. Hall, MD, MS

Past President

James Church, MD

Administrative Director

IMPORTANT DATES

July 31

Abstract Submission DEADLINE for the 2020 CGA Annual Meeting

 

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Next CGA-IGC Webinar on Inherited GI Cancers

Details to Come

September

September 1

"I like how small and tight knit this group seems to be. It really encourages collaboration and interesting discussions. I love how all of the lectures were pertinent to my role as a genetic counselor."

"Ability to interact with others working in this field. The topics this year were great, and very relevant. They covered the breadth from genetics, surgical management, and oncology which brought together a diverse group of attendees."

"The individual talks within each session were very complimentary. Every year we learn new things that change how we practice in the clinic. Topics are cutting edge with great data presented."

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

View expert presentations with video and slides, available on-demand to all current members

Listen to audio recordings of recent webinars and podcasts from our expert speakers

The CGA offers a curated collection of educational slide decks from past CGA Annual Meetings

The CGA scans current journals for the most important and relevant  research for its members

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