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Outstanding Global Oncology Leaders


Ensuring you have the best education possible 

Meet Our Leaders, Board

Here to Guide, Inspire and Support

Professor Twalib Ngoma

Vice Chancellor

Professor Ngoma is one of Africa's leading clinical oncologist with major Academic and executive experience. Amongst other things he is founding Executive director of Ocean Road Cancer Institute in Tanzania, former president of AORTIC and Clinical Oncology Chair at the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences,

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Professor Stephen Avery

Medical Physics Provost, and faculty

Dr Avery is a global health champion and ambassador with major experience serving  as Director of Medical Physics graduate education at the University of Pennsylvania


Professor Ahmed Elzawawy

Board of Directors Chair

GHC win-win initiative lead.
One of the world's leading global oncology dynamos, Prof Elzawawy is popularly know as Mr win-win for advancing the win-win approach for global health where everyone working together can win: patients, industry, and all stakeholders


Professor David Kerr

Oxford University

Board of Directors co-Chair
Founder of the Africa-Oxford University initative, Professor is widely recognized as a luminary in global health. His leadership in building clinical trial networks across the world is significantly increasing access to cancer care, reducing global health disparities.

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Professor Taofeeq Ige

Medical Physics Provost Africa

Dr Ige is President of the Federation of African Medical Physicists (FAMPO)


Honorable Diane Gashumba

Minister of Health, Rwanda

Board of Directors (Honorary)
Minister Diane's efforts under the leadership of President Paul Kagame  has won Rwanda international praise and recognition as an African global health  champion, with her indefatigable  efforts to substantially increase access to quality healthcare in Rwanda and encourage other LMIC to do the same. These efforts include championing excellent education and training needed to strengthen healthcare systems


Professor Erno Sajo

Board of Directors

Professor Sajo is the pioneering Director of Medical Physics at University of Massachusetts, the leading and first CAMPEP approved Medical Physics studies program in Massachusetts. He is a great advocate for extending access to such education world-wide especially to LMIC


Professor Francis Hasford

Board of Directors

Dr Hasford is Secretary General of FAMPO. Dr. Hasford also serves as Head of Department and Lecturer for the Medical Physics Department of the School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, University of Ghana – Atomic. The Department serves as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Regional Designated Centre for Medical Physics training in Africa. Additionally, he offers periodic Medical Physics responsibilities for the Nuclear Medicine Department of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Accra.


Professor Eduardo Cazap

Board of Directors

President of Latin American & Caribbean Society of Medical Oncology (SLACOM),  Board member of American Society for Clinical Oncology (ASCO), Past President of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)
Editor-in-Chief of eCancer


Professor Godfrey Azangwe

Board of Directors

Medical Physics leader in Zimbabwe


Professor Riccardo Audisio

Board of Directors

Win-win, Surgical Oncology Lead. Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Surgical Oncology


Volker Steil

Board od Directors

Chief Medical Physicist, University of Heidelberg Medical Faculty Mannheim


Dr Nestory Masalu

Board of Directors

AORTIC Education and Training Chair


Professor Paul Nguyen

Board of Directors, Radiation Oncology

Harvard University


Professor Hugo Aerts

Board of Directors: Artificial Intelligence

Harvard  Medical School


Professor Frank Giordano MD

 Board of Directors, Germany

University of Heidelberg


Dr John Kress

Board of Directors

Smithsonian Institute Washington, Department of Botany, DC


Dr Beatrice Wiafe Addai

Board of Directors

Surgical Oncology and Outreach


Professor Scott Lovitch

Global Pathology lead

Professor of pathology at Harvard Medical School


Dr Brylyne Chitsunge

Provost Phytomedicines

Dr Brylyne Chitsunge will help direct the development of phytomedicines program. She is currently the Pan-African Ambassador for Food Security and President of El Passo Farms (premier phytomedicines center in South Africa). Dr Chitsunge is the niece of Nobel Prize winner Nelson Mandela


Professor Rehani Madan 

Board of Directors

Director, Global Outreach for Radiation Protection Program
Chair, Radiation Safety Committee, Massachusetts General Hospital.

Previous IAEA


Professor Golam Abu Zakaria

Board of Directors

Chairman and Founder
South Asia Centre for Medical Physics and Cancer Research (SCMPCR)


Kwanele Asante

Cancer Advocacy

 Lawyer. Bioethicist. Health Equity Activist. Heart Patient.


Professor Bashkim Ziberi

Board of Directors, Balkan Region


Fulbright Visiting Scholar and faculty

Harvard Medical School


Professor Wil Ngwa

Board of Directors

Director, Global Health Catalyst


Professor Nicholas Abinya

Board of Directors, 


University of Nairobi Kenya

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