2024 Annual ROECSG Spring Symposium

The 7th Annual ROECSG Spring Symposium will be held Friday May 31, 2024 at RUSH University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Please note that this is the day before the ASCO Annual Meeting which is also in Chicago. ROECSG recommends booking your hotel and airfare well in advance of the symposium. Hotels near RUSH or either of the Chicago airports (instead of downtown) may be more reasonably priced.

Click here to register for the symposium

Click here to submit an abstract


  • 8:30-10am: Pre-symposium networking and coffee/breakfast
  • 10am – 5:30pm: 2024 ROECSG Spring Symposium
  • 5:30pm – ????: Dinner, drinks, and networking at the Park Tavern


  • 4th floor conference center
    Joan and Paul Rubschlager Ambulatory Building
    RUSH University Medical Center
    1520 W. Harrison Street
    Chicago, IL 60607

Key dates for ROECSG 2024. Mark your calendar!

  • November 1, 2023: Symposium registration and abstract submission opens
  • February 26, 2024: Abstract submission deadline
  • April 8, 2024: Abstract notifications
  • May 10, 2024: In-person registration closes
  • May 28, 2024: Virtual registration closes
  • May 31, 2024: ROECSG symposium!

2024 ROECSG Symposium Chair
Kimberly Corbin, MD – Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

2024 ROECSG Symposium Keynote Speaker
David Kok, MBBS, MEd – Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre/University of Melbourne

Dr. David Kok is a Radiation Oncologist and Medical Educator dually employed by the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (Melbourne, Australia) and The University of Melbourne. He holds numerous senior roles, including being Peter Mac’s Associate Director of Radiation Oncology (Education) and Director of Peter Mac’s Monash Moorabbin campus. Dr. Kok completed an education degree alongside his medical degree and also completed a medical education fellowship before taking up his current position as the inaugural Course Convenor of the University of Melbourne’s Master of Cancer Science Degree – a program delivered jointly by the University of Melbourne and the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre. Delivered online using a variety of innovative methods including interactive case scenarios, fully animated videos and virtual reality simulations, it has been recognized as a sector-leading degree with numerous international accolades and is one of the University’s fastest growing degrees. In addition he has led the design of two short courses and three microcertifications for the University. Dr. Kok sits on a range of national and international educational committees. He is Chair of the VCCC Alliance’s Cancer Education and Training Advisory Committee – the overarching educational committee that sits across the Alliance’s 10 hospital’s and academic institutions – and is an elected member of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology’s Education committee.

Co-Sponsored by ROECSG and ASTRO