Greeting Words

Prof. Dr. med. Jalid Sehouli Prof. Dr. med. Jens-Uwe Blohmer
Prof. Dr. med. Jalid Sehouli, Prof. Dr. med. Jens-Uwe Blohmer
Conference Chair and Scientific Board

Dear colleagues,

It is our pleasure to invite you to this year’s 10th International Charité Mayo Conference in Berlin: “Global Perspectives and Future Directions in Women’s Cancer”.

This special anniversary meeting will feature the hottest topics in gynecological oncology including 12 hours of live surgeries, debates, intensive workshops and the latest breakthroughs with more than 700 participants from all over the world.

This year we are particularly proud to host two special symposia: the IGCS-PARSGO Joined Symposium to discuss practical issues of clinical trials, and the TOC-ENGOTEUTROC-INTEGRATE Alliance Symposium focusing on translational research.

We are convinced that this extraordinary dialogue between international experts and the participants will significantly impact clinical routine and the future of women’s cancer management.

We would be very pleased to welcome you personally in the German capital.

Sincerely yours,

Prof. Dr. med. Jalid Sehouli Prof. Dr. med. Jens-Uwe Blohmer

Michael Müller
Michael Müller
Governing Mayor of Berlin

Berlin would like to extend a warm welcome to the participants in the international Charité-Mayo Conference being held here in Germany’s capital city.

Now being held for the tenth time, this conference has established itself as a prestigious meeting of renowned experts from around the world who deal with gynecological tumors. It serves as a platform for exchange on the latest diagnostic, treatment, and aftercare procedures, thereby promoting the medical advances on which many tumor patients pin their hopes.

As a center for cutting-edge science, research, and medicine, our city offers outstanding conditions for an inspiring gathering. Germany’s capital is well on the way to becoming Europe’s leading health care location by 2030. And with the Charité hosting the conference, there will be abundant opportunities for exchange with Berlin physicians and scientists whose research, practice, and teaching are world-class. With all this in mind, I would like to wish all of the participants a productive Charité-Mayo Conference, thought-provoking discussions with your colleagues, and an enjoyable stay in Berlin that you will long remember.

Michael Müller
Governing Mayor of Berlin