GAP Conference 2017
More than 800 cancer doctors, nurses and scientists from all over the world gathered at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center May 9-11 to share progress and expand collaborations in the fight against cancer.Read more
Global Academic Programs
Global Academic Programs (GAP) facilitates and administers MD Anderson's Sister Institution Network, the largest global network of cancer centers working collaboratively on research and education aimed at lessening the world's cancer burden.
Project ECHO seeks to build a network among community doctors learning and co-managing of patients by using technology integrated with clinical management tools to connect primary care providers in rural and underserved areas with specialty consultants.
Recognizing a critical need to address disparities in cancer care, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has been designated as an ECHO superhub for oncology by the ECHO Institute at the University of New Mexico Health Science Center (UNMHSC). MD Anderson is one of just nine ECHO superhub sites in the world and the first focused on oncology.
Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) was developed in...
GAP's International Reach
GAP's Sister Institutions (SIs) are leading research and medical institutions from around the world working collaboratively with MD Anderson to lessen cancer's impact.View list of Sister Institutions
Together with our members, MD Anderson Cancer Network® is advancing our mission to end cancer by raising the level of cancer care in communities nationwide.