A GI CONNECT Interactive Masterclass on CRC Management

Expert Insights Into The Latest Clinical Data and Their Application Into Clinical Practice

Welcoming US Fellows and Community Oncologists

12pm October 18th to 4pm October 19th, Los Angeles, California

Siyemi Learning designates this live event for a maximum of 11.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Visit the CME information page.

For late registration information please contact elaine.wills@cor2ed.com.

GI CONNECT is a group of international experts in gastrointestinal (GI) oncology who develop educational programs, supporting medical oncologists around the world to give the best care to their patients.
All GI CONNECT programs are extremely engaging and involve audience participation where possible in order to help lock the science into everyday practice.
The US members of GI CONNECT bring to you this Interactive Masterclass focusing on colorectal cancer (CRC) aimed particularly at Fellows and Community Oncologists working in the US.

Join many well-recognized experts from within the field of GI Oncology, including:

  • Dr. Shubham Pant (MD Anderson Cancer Center)
  • Ass. Prof. Joleen Hubbard (Mayo Clinic)
  • Dr. Autumn McRee (University of North Carolina)
  • Ass. Prof. Efrat Dotan (Fox Chase Cancer Center)
  • Dr. Samuel J. Klempner (Angeles Clinic and Research Institue)
  • Dr. Dan Ahn (Mayo Clinic)
  • Dr. Tanios Bekaii-Saab (Mayo Clinic)


Contribute as junior faculty members and obtain an honorarium to cover all pre-approved travel and accommodation expenses. As junior faculty members you will be actively involved in the program, providing case studies, challenging and discussing with the Scientific Committee and having your most difficult questions answered.


  • A truly interactive and innovative program with an eclectic and educational mix of;
    • case based discussion
    • scientific presentations
    • sequential problem solving
    • stimulating debate around key challenges in the treatment of mCRC
  • Involving real-time perspectives from patients and the multi-disciplinary team
  • Connecting you with experts and others working in the field of GI Oncology
  • Throughout the day-and-a-half you will learn and know how to apply:
    • The latest scientific and clinical insights within mCRC to optimise:
      • the use of treatment sequencing
      • your approach to flexible dosing 
    • Forthcoming data from key clinical trials within GI Oncology
    • The SHARE framework for shared-decision making with patients in 3rd line treatment of mCRC