The Thoracic Oncology Group of Australasia (TOGA) Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) will take place on 19-21 July 2023 at Grand Hyatt Melbourne. We are thrilled to invite you to join us again in a face-to-face meeting with virtual elements that will enhance participant’s experience and allow anyone from anywhere to join the meeting.
We can’t wait to see you again at #TOGAASM23!
It is my absolute privilege and honour to be Convenor for the TOGA ASM 2023.
Building on the huge success of the past two TOGA ASMs, I am excited to work together with my multi-disciplinary colleagues, to warmly welcome you and deliver another stellar conference program. We hope to celebrate another year of breakthrough research successes, with the common goal of equity, access, and improving outcomes in all aspects of lung cancer.
We look forward to connecting face-to-face, having vibrant conversations, and sharing knowledge across all disciplines and valued members of our lung cancer community. Please come join us in July to enjoy what we hope will be, an inspirational and highly educational meeting for all.
Why Attend TOGA 2023 ASM?
The TOGA 2023 ASM will provide an opportunity for our multidisciplinary membership to come together to learn of advances in quality thoracic cancer care, to discuss their application in the local healthcare environment and to develop cross-cutting research capacity.
The two-day meeting program will cover topical areas of thoracic cancer treatment and research and feature local and international speakers. Oral abstract sessions will provide an opportunity for members to present their research and a membership meeting will enable progress since TOGA was established to be outlined and invite members to engage with the TOGA leadership.
The meeting will provide an opportunity to connect and collaborate with some of the most innovative and influential minds in healthcare and clinical research from across the lung cancer community including respiratory medicine, medical oncology, radiation oncology, surgery, pathology, nursing, allied health, and consumers involved in research.
Registrations will open soon for the TOGA 2023 ASM.
$75 Nurse/Allied Health
$0 Speaker/Committee Member
$450 Non Member
Abstract Submission Opens: 6 March 2023
Abstract Submission Deadline: 14 April 2023
Abstract Notifications of Acceptance/Rejection: mid-June 2023
Presenting Author Registration Deadline: 7 July 2023
Registration & Hotel Accommodation Opens: April 2023
Registration & Hotel Accommodation Booking Deadline: 7 July 2023
Meeting Dates: 19-21 July 2023
Call for Abstracts
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS ARE NOW OPEN!
The TOGA ASM Local Organising Committee (LOC) is pleased to invite all individuals and teams within the TOGA community to submit an abstract/s for inclusion in the program.
Authors are invited to submit their abstracts by 14 April 2023 for consideration by the LOC.
Abstracts may be submitted on any topic relevant to lung cancer or mesothelioma and must align to one of the submission categories outlined in the abstract submission guidelines.
Play an active part in the scientific program by presenting your work at the 2023 TOGA ASM!
All abstracts must be submitted using the abstract submission form by Friday, 14 April 2023. Abstracts received after the given deadline are not likely to be considered.
Before submitting the abstract, please read the abstract submission guidelines to ensure your submission adheres to the guidelines. Submissions that do not meet the requirements of these guidelines will be asked to revise.
Invited International Speakers
We’re delighted that the two international speakers, Professors Karen Kelly and Stephen Swisher, have accepted our invitations to the TOGA ASM 2023. We also have an agenda full of local speakers presenting on diverse topics. To view the full program click here.
The TOGA 2023 ASM offers a tremendous opportunity to market to one of the largest gatherings of researchers, clinicians, and professionals in the field of lung cancer and thoracic oncology across Australasia. The meeting provides broad company profiling, networking with lead clinicians, and opportunities for future research collaborations.
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All official meeting sessions will take place at the Grand Hyatt Melbourne.
Grand Hyatt Melbourne is perfectly poised in the heart of the city’s world-class business, fashion, dining and theatre scene on prestigious Collins Street, and is only walking distance from Melbourne’s main tourist attractions.
- 123 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
We encourage your attendance at the live event in Melbourne during 19-21 July but are also offering registrations for the virtual event and OnDemand platform.
We cannot wait to welcome you to another exceptional TOGA Scientific Meeting.