Become an Industry Collaborator
The Industry Collaboration Team (ICT) is an annual GOG Foundation membership program designed and developed to foster and facilitate a two-way communication channel between Industry and the GOG Foundation. We strive to build a strong partnership with Industry in order to serve as their research and collaboration partner, paving the way for advancement in the field of gynecologic oncology.
Member Benefits and Opportunities
- Provides the opportunity to establish a two-way communication channel between industry and the GOG Foundation
- For a more rapid accumulation of information for pooling knowledge by multidisciplinary organizations and industry
- Fosters interaction between leaders in oncology and industry
- An opportunity to extend information about new and improving technologies, equipment, products, and services to
professionals working in gynecologic cancer research
|Member Benefits||Preferred $25,000||Standard $6,000|
Meeting Registration Badge Fee:
Representatives attending will receive complimentary badge fee along with relevant CME certificate(s)
Representatives attending will receive complimentary badge fee and CME certificate (Pre-registration only)
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|A direct link to your website||Yes||Yes|
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Advisory Board Meeting Discount
Preferred members will receive a 20% discount to host an advisory Board meeting during NRG Oncology Semiannual meetings. GOG Foundation will act as your meeting planner and coordinate the event for up to 10 advisors for an additional fee (contact us for a detailed brochure). Please contact us to inquire about Advisory Board meetings held outside of the NRG Oncology Semiannual
(Standard Level members can request an upgraded membership for an Ad Board)
ICT Reception Invitation
An Invitation Only opportunity to join GOG Foundation Board of Directors and Committee Members at the ICT Reception.
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Meet with up to five (5) GOG Partners Members to discuss a topic of your choice for one 40 minute session
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Agenus is an immuno-oncology company driven by innovation. Our goal is to treat cancers with novel combinations utilizing our unique portfolio of checkpoint antibodies, tumor microenvironment modifiers, vaccines and adjuvants. In addition to a broad portfolio, we have an accomplished team of scientists, novel technology platforms and fully-integrated end-to-end capabilities from discovery to GMP manufacturing. With our remarkable combination of science and people, we believe that we are uniquely positioned to bring curative treatments to cancer patients.
“Akeso, Inc. is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company committed to in-house discovery, development and commercialization of first-in-class and best-in-class therapies. The Company is dedicated to addressing global unmet medical needs in oncology, immunology and other therapeutic areas. Akeso’s vision is to become a global leader in developing, manufacturing and commercializing innovative, next-generation and affordable therapeutic antibodies for patients worldwide.
The Company’s business is designed to drive success through both efficient and breakthrough R&D innovation. Since its inception, the Company has had the foresight to develop an end-to-end platform, Akeso Comprehensive Exploration platform (“ACE Platform”), encompassing comprehensive drug discovery and development functionalities, including target validation, antibody drug discovery and development, CMC, and GMP-compliant manufacturing.”
Bristol-Myers SquibbCompany Website
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Clovis OncologyCompany Website
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Eisai Inc.Company Website
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Eli Lilly and CompanyCompany Website
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EMD SeronoCompany Website
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Genentech BioncologyCompany Website
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Genmab is an international biotechnology company specializing in the creation and development of differentiated antibody therapeutics for the treatment of cancer.
We are a biotechnology company focused on the development and commercialization of novel personalized therapeutics to treat cancer.
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ImmunoGen, Inc.Company Website
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Mersana TherapeuticsCompany Website
Palti’s initial research from his basement laboratory has evolved to become an international oncology company with more than 450 employees and operations in the U.S., Europe and Asia.
We launched Optune® – our Tumor Treating Fields delivery system for glioblastoma (GBM) – in the United States for the treatment of recurrent glioblastoma in 2011. In October 2015, we received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval to market and sell Optune for the treatment of adult patients with newly diagnosed GBM in combination with temozolomide. We actively market for that indication in the United States, Germany and Switzerland.
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VBL TherapeuticsCompany Website
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