AGITG Early Career Researcher Award

The purpose of this award is to foster career development and recognise an outstanding early-career clinician-researcher or translational scientist in the area of gastro-intestinal cancer.

The recipient will receive up to $2,000 to cover flights, accommodation, and registration to attend the next AGITG Annual Scientific Meeting.


2023 Recipient: Dr Dmitrii Shek

Congratulations to Dr Dmitrii Shek on receiving the Early Career Researcher Award for 2023. Get to know Dmitrii and what receiving this award means to him

2022 Recipient: Dr Christina Teng

The inaugural Early Career Researcher Award was presented to Dr Christina Teng. Dr Teng holds concurrent appointments as a medical oncologist at Concord Hospital, Scientia Phase I research unit and oncology trials fellow at Gosford Hospital. She has been involved with AGITG clinical trial activities including recruitment to AGITG led trials at multiple clinical locations, contribution to AGITG Annual Scientific Meetings, and as a co¬investigator of the OXTOX clinical trial.

Congratulations to Dr Teng on being such a worthy candidate of this award.