The CGA-IGC Education Committee is pleased to announce the 2021 series about inherited GI cancers! 


Thank you to those who joined us for the fifth webinar of the series entitled:

"Hereditary GI syndromes: What does sexuality have to do with it?"



Dr. Sharon Bober


Thursday, October 7, 2021


12:00PM ET / 9:00AM PT

Dr. Bober is the Attending Psychologist for the Division of Cancer Genetics and Prevention at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Associate Professor in the Dept of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Bober is also the Founding Director of the Dana-Farber Sexual Health Program and currently she is Chair of the Scientific Network on Female Sexual Health and Cancer. Dr. Bober has extensive experience developing educational interventions for sexual recovery including for young women who undergo risk-reducing oophorectomy. 


 The National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) has authorized CGA-IGC to offer up to 0.6 CEUs or (6) Category 1 contact hours for the activity CGA-IGC 2021 Webinar Series About Inherited GI Cancers.  The American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC) will accept CEUs earned at this program for the purposes of genetic counselor certification and recertification.


 Genetic counselors interested in obtaining NSGC CEU credits can pay a one-time bundled fee of $25.00 for the entire series.  If you are not able to attend the live event, you can access the webinar online afterwards and still claim CEUs.



If you aren’t already a CGA member or haven’t renewed your membership for 2021, you can join or renew while registering for the series.


Membership Fees
Physicians and PhDs: $200
Genetic Counselors, Nurses, and Registry Coordinators: $75
Health Professional Trainees (genetic counseling students, residents, fellows): $25




Plan to join us for the final webinar later this year! 

Stay tuned for more information about the speakers and date for this topic:

  • Challenging Cases


Past Webinars

All past CGA-IGC Webinars are still available FREE to all CGA members on the member's portal.

CGA Webinar Series Three - Inherited GI Cancers (2021)

February 2021

"Genetic Risk Prediction for Colorectal Cancer"

Presented by: Ulrike Peters, PhD, MPH

March 2021

"Hereditary GI Cancers in Diverse Populations"

Presented by: Sonia Kupfer, MD

May 2021

"Novel Hereditary Colorectal Cancer Genes"

Presented by: Laura Valle, PhD

July 2021

"Novel Methods of Screening for Colorectal Cancer"

Presented by: John Kisiel, MD

CGA Webinar Series Two - Inherited GI Cancers (2020)

January 2020

"A Historical Perspective on Lynch Syndrome"

Presented by: C. Richard Boland, MD

March 2020

"Polymerase proofreading-associated polyposis and RNF43 serrated polyposis: Current state of the art"

Presented by: Laura Valle, PhD

May 2020

"Novel recessive polyposis syndromes: an update on NTHL-1-associated tumor syndrome and mismatch repair-related adenomatous polyposis.

Presented by: Richarda de Voer, PhD

July 2020

"Pancreatic Cancer Surveillance"

Presented by: Randall Brand, MD

September 2020

"Gastric Cancer Surveillance"

Presented by: Bryan Curtin, MD, MHSc

November 2020

"Challenging CTNNA1 Cases"

Presented by: Jeremy Davis, MD, Dana Farengo Clark, MS, CGC and Pardeep Kaurah, PhD, CCGC

CGA Webinar Series One - Inherited GI Cancers (2018-2019)


June 2018

"Universal Mismatch Repair Screening for Lynch Syndrome - Where Are We Now?"

Presented by: Michael Hall, MD

August 2018

"Pancreatic Cancer Genetics"

Presented by: Matthew Yurgelun, MD


November 2018

"What is Lynch-Like Syndrome, Anyway?"

Presented by: Xavior Llor, MD, PhD


January 2019

"Pharmacalogic and Surgical Management of Polyposis"

Presented by: Matthew Kalady, MD


March 2019

"How to Create a Multi-Disciplinary Plan for Communicating and Managing the Implications of Germline, Paired and Somatic Testing"

Presented by: Jessica Everett, CGC


June 2019

"Early Onset Colorectal Cancer"

Presented by: Elena Stoffel, MD, PhD

We wish to acknowledge our Platinum Corporate Sponsor Promega, whose financial support has helped make these programs possible.