Investigator Meeting 25 November 2014

Dear NSGO investigators and study nurses

It is my pleasure to invite you to the autumn NSGO-CTU Investigator Meeting on 25 November, 2014, at ParkInn, Engvej 171, 2300 Copenhagen.

This year we have the honour of having two prominent external speakers:
Jonathan Ledermann, NCRI, UK, who will give a talk about PARP inhibitors and Antonio González-Martin, GEICO, Spain, who will discuss the role of anti-angiogenic therapy in the gynaecologic malignancies.  

We have invited Elisabeth Lassen to give a presentation of RECIST 1.1. This session was suggested by NSGO Study Nurse Sub-committee and is highly relevant for both investigators and study nurses.  

Stella Nielsen will introduce to the Nordic Monitoring Network (NORM) and we will as well have a kick-off investigator meeting on the long awaited INOVATYON study.  

I am looking forward to your participation. Kindly note that there is no limit of attendees per site, though NSGO will be able to reimburse economy class travel for one investigator and one study nurse from each site.

For registration kindly contact NSGO Office: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Meeting program.
Travel reimbursement form.

Best regards

Mansoor Raza Mirza
Medical Director

Annual Meeting in Iceland

  Selfoss Hotel

Thank you for a great meeting in Iceland


 NSGO Annual Meeting 2015 will be held 7 - 8 May 2015 in Copenhagen


Globeathon 2014


Globeathon 2014: The walk to end women’s cancers

The Globeathon to End Women’s Cancer is expanding and will be held in September 2014 all over the globe. Globeathon is an effort to expand public outreach and advocacy associated with gynecologic cancer on an international scale. Numerous scientific and medical leaders from around the globe have voiced their sweeping enthusiasm for an event that will demonstrate international solidarity and commitment to raising public awareness about gynecologic cancers. In areas of the world where the incidence and mortality rates are the highest, there are few organized public awareness events aimed at education around screening and prevention of gynecologic cancers. In other developed countries, this event would provide multiple advocacy groups with an opportunity for greater collaboration and partnership.

NSGO endorse this event and strongly suggest its members to participate.

For further information go to or

Click HERE to see program for Copenhagen 14 September
Click HERE to see program for Reykjavik 14 September
Click HERE to see program for Stockholm 21 September. For further information click HERE.
Click HERE to see program for Turku 21 September.
Click HERE to see program for Tampere 21 September.