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  • Celebrating 25 years

  • Celebrating 25 years

2021 CTOS ANNUAL MEETING

The CTOS 2021 Annual Meeting will be held November 10-13.

2020 CTOS ON-DEMAND

Available Now: Access to the 2020 CTOS Annual Meeting

Liddy Shriver Early Career Research Award

The Liddy Shriver Early Career Research Award is intended to recognize, with an elite international award and lecture, an outstanding early-career researcher working in the sarcoma field. It is not primarily an award for future research, but an award based on track record of early achievement, and is intended to be international in scope. An important aspect of this award is the lecture at CTOS and subsequent publishing of the lecture.

Nancy Lee Katz Grant Competition

Nancy Lee Katz Grant Competition Intraoperative Margin Assessment for STS - The Executor of the estate of Nancy Lee Katz, Michael S. Sachs, has allocated $150,000 USD to the Connective Tissue Oncology Society (CTOS) to be distributed as operating grant funding in support of research that addresses the role of intraoperative margin assessment in patients who are undergoing resection of soft tissue sarcoma.

About CTOS
Experts connecting to advance care

CTOS is comprised of physicians and scientists in various specialties engaged in the treatment and research related to connective tissue oncology.

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About the Meeting
Inspiring annual conference event

Physicians, residents, colleagues, and healthcare professionals who specialize in sarcomas come together during this meeting to discuss new developments, treatments, and advancements in the field.

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Become a Member
Inviting all who specialize in sarcoma

Become a member of the society with one of the largest groups of healthcare professionals working with sarcomas.

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Photos from Past Meetings
From our Members
  • CTOS is a one of the few organizations where scientists, clinicians, and other people interested in sarcomas can gather to hear about the latest work in a number of specialties, be it pediatric oncology, translational research, radiology, surgery, radiation oncology, medical oncology, and more. The program offers a primer or refresher on this rare group of diseases, and provides opportunities for fellows and faculty alike to discuss the latest research and to stimulate new projects for the subsequent year. I am a strong believer in interdisciplinary research, and CTOS provides a forum for this work that is unique in oncology.

    Robert Maki, MD, PhD
  • CTOS has been growing to become the forum where leading professionals devoted to the diagnosis, treatment and research in the field of mesenchymal tumors meet; share experience, information and ideas; and plan studies. Its friendly environment has contributed significantly to advance the management of these challenging neoplasms as CTOS has facilitated the sharing of experiences and knowledge from around the globe, and has advanced our understanding of the biological background for looking for new therapies. I have always felt the Society as a family of people I am part of and consider the annual meeting the most important academic meeting of the year.

    Alessandro Gronchi, MD

Member Benefits

Access all the presentations and programs from past CTOS Annual Meetings
Access CTOS member information as resources and referrals
Receive a special discount on the annual meeting registration fee