Growing A Community Together Through Genetic UpSkilling
As genetic testing becomes more prevalent, there is a need for physicians to increase their cancer genetics knowledge. Community GeneUS is designed to help physicians gain the relevant genetic counseling skills and provide better care to patients. Members of this community will receive training, access to events, and support guidance on clinical cancer genetics over two years. This community-based learning program is organized by Lucence Diagnostics and supported by the Singapore Society of Oncology.
Upcoming Events for members
Genomics Tumor Board #7
Following our discussion led by Dr. Joe Yeong on the use of multiplex PD-L1 IHC to predict immunotherapy outcomes, Dr. Tira Tan will be sharing the place of PD-L1 IHC profiling and its associated implications on immunotherapy for breast cancer management at the upcoming Genomics Tumor Board Session.
|Topic:||Multiplexed PD-L1 Immunohistochemical Profiling of Breast Cancer and Associated Immunotherapy Implications|
|Speaker:||Dr. Tira Tan (Consultant, Division of Medical Oncology, National Cancer Centre Singapore)|
|Date:||06 September 2019 (Friday)|
|Venue:||Mount Elizabeth Hospital (Orchard), Administrative Conference Room, Level 2|
This GTB session is sponsored by AstraZeneca.
For physicians only. To register, kindly email Ms. Tan Lay Kheng ([email protected]).
Foundational Clinical Cancer Genetics Workshop
This foundational workshop provides theoretical and practical training in genetic counseling and clinical cancer genetics for physicians. It aims to helps physicians better integrate genetic testing into their clinical practice. The training is conducted by Dr Min-Han Tan, Lucence’s Medical Director and a clinical cancer geneticist. This workshop is CME-accredited. Email us for more details.