Hi, my name is Jess Morgan –I’m a member of the SIOP YI-NET board and an NIHR Clinical Lecturer in the UK (I work part time as a clinician, and part time as a researcher). This week I’m blogging about what makes a SIOP Young Investigator, and also sharing a little bit about the YI […]
Hi there! I am Liliana, SIOP YI board member and I would like to share some (serious) social media tips for academics. Some might think that social media channels are only considered as fun sites for keeping up with friends and sharing updates about personal life, but the truth is that for many people over the past years they have become a powerful source of communication, networking, and even education. However, there are some interesting tips that can help #YoungInvestigators using the social media channels properly without an excessive time-consuming guilt and focus in building a professional network and research!
Hi everyone. My name is Dr. Sarah Cohen-Gogo, I am a French pediatric oncology fellow. Today I would like to let you know about a French recent initiative called U-Link (http://u-link.eu/) U-Link is an internet platform, entirely dedicated to pediatric oncology. It aims to inform parents, families and health professionals about open clinical trials […]
Hi everyone, I am Austin Brown, a molecular epidemiologist and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas (USA). Over the past several years, I have been fortunate to collaborate with the . I am pleased to announce the CCSS has released applications for the 2019 CCSS Career Development Award. The […]
Hi, my name is Yoshiko Nakano, and I am a pediatric oncologist in Japan. Shinsuke Hirabayashi and I will join the YI committee for the upcoming 50th SIOP Congress in Kyoto. Today, we would like to write about some aspects of the current status of pediatric hematology/oncology in Japan.
Hi readers! My name is Francianne and I am a Ph.D. student in Brazil. Today I will discuss the particularities of epidemiologic research in my country and share the main findings of Brazilian studies on the epidemiology of childhood cancer.