Join a SITC Professional Interest Community to discuss your current and future research, scientific applications and career development needs, help colleagues address professional hurdles and build new relationships. SITC members of similar professional disciplines and experience will work together to identify and recommend ways their colleagues and the society can solve hurdles in the field, while developing specific outputs. Click here to learn more by viewing the Professional Interest Community Manual. You may join a community by clicking the green "View Community" button below for the Professional Interest Community that you would like to join. Once on the dedicated community page, click the green "Join Community" button.
Moderated by Early Career Scientist Committee members, SITC’s Professional Interest Community (PIC) Virtual Happy Hours are free, evening digital networking events which will be held on a monthly basis and allow for young investigators and junior faculty to gather and discuss important issues related to the field. Discussion topics and guest speakers for future virtual happy hour sessions will be driven by input from attendees
Register today for these upcoming SITC virtual happy hours (meeting access information to be sent immediately post-registration):
The Clinical Trainee Community is open to a diverse group of student members within any area of focus of clinical training. The goal of the community is to collaborate and network with peers of similar schooling in order to address the needs and obstacles during this period of training.
The Early Phase Trials Community aims to foster the collaboration among professionals with different backgrounds but with a common interest in early phase trials. Scientists, academics, clinicians, people working in pharmaceutical industry or in academic clinical trials are welcome to join this community. This community was created to be a place for sharing information and idea with the final aim to enhance the knowledge of these trials, to discuss professional and mentorship opportunities, to contribute to the advances in this field and perhaps to find the right support in the community to develop and design trials with novel agents.
The International Young Investigator Community is open to a diverse group of members who are internationally based and early in their career. The goal of the community is to collaborate and network to address the needs and obstacles of global training, networking and mentoring opportunities.
The Post-Doctoral Trainee Community is open to a diverse group of student members within any area of focus of post-doctoral training. The goal of the community is to collaborate and network with peers of similar schooling in order to address the needs and obstacles during this period of training.
The Women in SITC Community is open to women who share a common interest in immunology and cancer. Open to professional women, the goal of the community is to increase females in leadership roles within the society, foster connections and working opportunities among members, discuss immunotherapy toxicities (open to other specialties that deal with toxicity of immunotherapy), create mentorship opportunities, discuss gender bias and professional opportunities and contributions to the field of oncology/immunotherapy.
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