The Virtual Lounges are live virtual networking areas where you can meet peers and KOLs, during breaks and outside official programme times.
Here, you will be able to discuss presented topics and/or issues that are relevant to your professional & career development, in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.
Take part in these discussions on hot topics identified by our expert faculty
Pros and Cons of Applying for a Fellowship in a Phase I Unit
Lounge Discussion 1
Sunday 28.02, 16.00 CET
Mentor: Evandro De Azambuja, BE
YOC Coordinator: Matteo Lambertini, IT
Are You Aspiring to Be a Clinician-scientist? What Are the Steps You Should Take in Order to Succeed?
Lounge Discussion 2
Sunday 28.02, 18.00 CET
Mentor: Samra Turajlic, UK
YOC Coordinator: Jon Lim, UK
Impact of the COVID19 Pandemic on Early Phase Clinical Trials: How to Adapt and Which Are The Adaptations to Move Forward After the Pandemic
Lounge Discussion 3
Monday 1.03, 10.45
Mentor: Donna Graham, UK
YOC Coordinator: Rille Pihlak, UK
Cellular Therapies for Solid Tumours: Challenges From Proof of Principle to Clinical Research and Application
Lounge Discussion 4
Tuesday 2.03, 11.00
Mentor: Andrew Furness, UK
YOC Coordinator: Maria Kfoury, FR
The YO Lounge Discussions for the TAT Congress were imagined in the format of YO Virtual Mentorship Sessions tested during the Train to ESMO20 journey.
These sessions are highly interactive round table discussions which offer the opportunity to young oncologists, to network with senior leaders and other colleagues. They are designed to discuss the challenges that young oncologists face in the different stages of their career development and obtain practical advice on career paths in oncology.
Mentors are asked to share their experience, offer guidance and answer questions in an informal manner.