Early Career Leaders

ICEC has established an Early Career Leaders Working Group that is organized by and comprised of a group of outstanding young people in oncology focusing on cancer care for the underserved. The ICEC Early Career Leaders Working Group operates within the ICEC Experts Committee. We welcome participation from trainees and early career faculty (somewhat loosely defined) as the greater the size of the critical mass the better. ICEC is seeking financial support for programs and operations, and to having cancer control be a challenging new opportunity to make a substantial impact on overall global health and also to provide a rewarding career and life path.

This group of trainees and young physicians works closely with Global RT, pioneered by the Princess Margaret Cancer Center, and with the Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology (ARRO).

In addition, in memory of Ellen Lewis Stovall, a past member of the ICEC Board of Directors, ICEC has established the Ellen Lewis Stovall Early Career Leaders Working Group Fund, which will provide, through awards, funds for projects developed by this group of young leaders.

Global Team Co-Chairs


Surbhi Grover, MD, MPH Co-Chair
University of Pennsylvania

John Longo

John M.”Mac” Longo, MD Co-Chair
Medical College of Wisconsin


Danielle Rodin, MD, MPH(c) Co-Chair
Princess Margaret Hospital, University of Toronto

Onyinye D. Balogun, MD
Weill Cornell Medicine

Early Career Leaders

Sandeep “Sunny” Kishore, MD, PhD
Yale University

Zach Morris, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine

Kosj Yamoah. MD
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute

Mei Ling Yap, MD
Liverpool and Macarthur Cancer Therapy Centres Sydney, Australia