Your quarterly update from the MCGI team
April 2022 — June 2022
On April 1, 2022, the MCGI community came together for the 5th Annual MCGI Forum, hosted virtually and in person at the Samoset Resort in Rockport, Maine. The MCGI team extends thanks to all who attended, both within the MCGI network and the national and international precision oncology community. We are delighted to share a recap of the post-event booklet.
The event summary provides an overview and detailed outline of speaker presentations, panel discussion, speaker bios and much more. If you registered for the event but were unable to attend and are interested in the event recap, the post-event booklet is now available.
For more information on how to obtain a copy of the booklet, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MCGI is pleased to introduce the newest addition to our team, Susan Halverson, B.A. Susan joined us in March of 2022 as the MCGI Genomic Tumor Board
Coordinator. A native of suburban Chicago, Susan received a bachelor's degree from Marquette University and began her 15+ year career in various aspects of real estate across Wisconsin and North Carolina. After relocating to Maine, Susan came to us having honed the ability to create stress-free and smooth transactions across numerous parties by applying demonstrated skills in communication, organization and client service.
Please join us in welcoming Susan to the MCGI team and Maine oncology community. We are excited to see how Susan applies her skills and experience to help foster new and impactful processes to the function, management and advancement of our GTB offerings.
Do you have questions about how to interpret or use results from genomic tumor testing? The Clinical Education team has a growing catalog of resources to help oncology clinicians.
See all the available resources on the Precision Oncology webpage.