UVM Women's Health and Cancer Conference September 30, 2022. A free and hybrid community event.


The event is free, open to the public, and offered in a hybrid format (in-person at the Dudley H. Davis Center at UVM or online via Zoom). 

You’ll hear from patients, integrative oncology experts, doctors, and researchers who will share the latest about cancer screening, treatment, survivorship, reducing the cancer burden, and how the science has changed over 25 years (and where it’s going next).

This year's event also featured a sponsored keynote luncheon, integrative oncology experiences, and exhibitors. 


Clinical Treatment

Patricia J. O'Brien, M.D. and patient

The University of Vermont Cancer Center physicians and scientists work together to translate the latest research findings into life-saving care for our patients.

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Innovative Research

Ted James, M.D.

Our research programs help us understand the causes of cancer and to strive for a cure. We have research covering all tumor types and cancer-related fields.

Learn more about UVM Cancer Center research.

Community Outreach

Two faculty attend a conference

Events for both the general public and Cancer Center members allow providers to stay up-to-date on the latest innovations and research, and also provide education and support to those in the cancer community.

Learn more about UVM Cancer Center events.