Gynecologic Cancer Initiative Research Rounds: Dr. Gillian Hanley

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Gynecologic Cancer Initiative Research Rounds: Dr. Gillian Hanley

Featuring researchers working on accelerating transformative research on the prevention, treatment, and survivorship of gynecologic cancers.

By Gynecological Cancer Initiative

When and where

Date and time

Friday, March 31 · 12 - 1pm PDT


Gordon and Leslie Diamond Health Care Centre 2775 Laurel Street Vancouver, BC V5Z 1M9 Canada

About this event

  • 1 hour
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Opportunistic salpingectomy during caesarean section: Detailing the safety to improve uptake of OS for sterilization - Dr. Gillian Hanley

Date: March 31, 2023

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST

Location: Hybrid (In-person @ Diamond Health Care Centre; Virtual via Zoom)

Join us for the Gynecologic Cancer Initiative Research Rounds! The Gynecologic Cancer Initiative Research Rounds features researchers working on accelerating transformative research on prevention, treatment and survivorship of gynecologic cancers. The goal of these research rounds is to provide a forum for researchers, trainees and staff to learn about the range of different gynecologic cancer research projects happening across British Columbia. All researchers, clinicians, trainees, and staff members are welcome to join!

Please note that you must register to attend these research rounds. Meeting details will be sent out to registrants before the event. Light refreshments will be provided to in-person attendees!

Speaker Bio

Dr. Gillian Hanley

Dr. Gillian Hanley is an Assistant Professor in the department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Hanley is Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Population-Based Gynecologic and Perinatal Outcomes. She is a CIHR New Investigator, a Michael Smith Foundation Scholar and a Janet D. Cottrelle foundation scholar. Her research focus combines her substantive interest in women’s health with her training in economics, health services research, and epidemiology to answer questions related to gynecologic cancer, primarily ovarian cancer prevention and survivorship, and perinatal mental health, including how best to treat depression and anxiety during pregnancy. Her research on ovarian cancer prevention has been cited in national and international clinical practice guidelines, and she has been involved in drafting perinatal mental health guidelines.

About the organizer

This event is made possible by the UBC Research Excellence Clusters, a joint initiative of the Provost and Vice-President, Academic and the Vice-President, Research and Innovation that enables the formation and growth of interdisciplinary clusters of research excellence.