Elkin Lecture Series

The Elkin Lecture Series is a venue for premier scientists and clinicians to present their research and interact with Winship Cancer Institute members, trainees, and students.

Elkin Lectures are open to all and held on Friday afternoons at 12:15pm from September through May in the John H. Kauffman Auditorium (Room C5012, 5th Floor) at Winship Cancer Institute. Virtual option is available.

Speakers are experts in various aspects of oncology and present on an array of clinical and laboratory-based research topics.

Virtual Attendance

Attend Winship Elkin Lectures via Zoom meeting, or by phone at +14703812552,,94855264171# (meeting ID: 948 5526 4171; password: 531944).

Interested in lecturing?

Do you know a scientist doing cutting-edge cancer research who would make an excellent speaker for the weekly Elkin Lecture Series? Winship members are encouraged to nominate up to two speakers per year for the Elkin lecture. Winship as an organization represents and serves a diverse community of scientists, physicians, and patients. Therefore, we ask that you nominate speakers that cultivate and reflect our organization's value of diversity and inclusion. We are also looking for speakers with a broad spectrum of cancer interests, including basic, translational, clinical, data science, and population-based research.

Please submit your nominations with a brief description of why the candidate would be a good choice for the Elkin lecture by accessing the online form via the "Nominate a Speaker" button below.

Before speakers are formally invited, nominee forms will be reviewed and approved by Elkin Lecture Series committee. Please do not submit names of experts who have given lectures within the past three years.

Contact Information

To inquire about Elkin Lecture Series at Winship, please contact Kadiatou Fofana, MA, at (404) 778-3537.



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