The Enrico Anglesio Prize Alumni Committee

connect, engage, succeed, celebrate

motto: Carpe Diem et Scientiam

“…we need your numbers and science, but
we need you to put it also in context, we
want you not just to count and register the numbers,
we need your numbers to count and shout…”


Princess Dina Mired
UICC President
Cancer Control Advocate
Lyon, IARC 50°, 7 June 2015

“…Technology and science are converging
in ways that will bring discoveries to
clinics – and into our homes – at the most
rapid pace in human history…”

Angelina Jolie
Cancer survivor
Actress, filmmaker, humanitarian
TIME magazine, 24 October 2019

Alumni Committee: Agenda for 2021

Alumni Committee: Term of Reference

  1. MISSION STATEMENT

The Enrico Anglesio Prize Alumni Committee (hereinafter referred to as “EAP Alumni Committee” or simply “Committee”) has been established in July 2021 to develop a dynamic network of relationships between winners, participants and friends of the Enrico Anglesio Prize.

  1. VISION STATEMENT

Connect, engage, succeed, celebrate.

  1. OBJECTIVES

At the highest level, the Committee aims to connect young cancer researchers all over the word to share knowledge, experiences, to follow young careers development and to celebrate successes. Specifically, the Committee has the following objectives:

Ad hoc Working Groups shall be implemented in order to promote the aims of the Committee. These Working Groups may represent varied interests and affiliations.

  1. MEMBERSHIP

Membership of the EAP Alumni Committee is voluntary, inclusive and free of charge with automatic joining on application for the contest. Members can withdraw their enrollment at any time by writing an email to alumni@fondoelenamoroni.org Upon invitation by the Alumni Committee, individual young researchers from fields different than cancer can also be invited to join and to contribute to the scientific interchange. Furthermore, the EAP Alumni Committee can invite and appoint Honorary Members.

Honorary Members are eminent researchers in epidemiological and oncology fields and/or any distinguished person who contributed to cancer control and to the Enrico Anglesio Prize and/or the Alumni Committee activities and duties. They will contribute as advisers and mentors

  1. STRUCTURE
    1. The EAP Alumni Committee is overseen by a Prefectus (the incumbent) assisted by the Prefect Elect and the Past Prefect. They are elected among the members that have contested the Prize in one of its editions between 2006 and present.
      The Executive Board of the Fondo Elena Moroni will appoint one of its members to act as Liaison Officer between the Fondo itself and the Alumni Committee.
      The Prefects and the Liaison Officer are collectively called the Cabinet.
    2. The Prefects should jointly coordinate the activities of the Committee, fostering proposals from other members and taking care of the organization of the meetings. They will interact with the Fondo’s Liaison Officer. If made necessary by the development of the activities, the Prefects can appoint an aide, called Ancillus /Ancilla, selected among the youngest members. The Ancillus/a takes care of secretary activities, such as but not limited to correspondence with the members, logistics and organization of meetings.
    3. The Prefects shall serve a term of four (4) years: one (1) year in the role of Prefect Elect, two (2) years as Incumbent Prefect; one (1) year as Past Prefect. The Ancillus/a shall serve a term of three (3) years; members in both roles shall be eligible for additional terms, with a maximum of eight (8) years, regardless of office held.
    4. The Election of the Prefect could be held during one of the regular meeting of the Committee or a specific meeting can be scheduled for this purpose. In any case elections should be announced at least two months in advance to guarantee the largest participation of members and to encourage candidacies. A member can self-nominate himself. If nobody will express voluntary willingness to be a candidate within one month from the election, the Prefects should act to find eligible members. A simple majority of those voting will be required for election.
    5. The first election round is expected in the Spring 2022. For the time being, three Alumni will be appointed by the Fondo Elena Moroni as Prefects with equivalent role and duties to take care of Alumni Committee activities in strict collaboration with the Liason Officier and the FEM Board of Directors.
    6. The Prefects and their Assistant will receive no remuneration for acting as such but may be reimbursed for reasonable and actual expenses properly incurred and disbursements properly made in connection with the performance of their duties, if duly approved by the Fondo Elena Moroni Liaison Officer. In addition the Committee will receive an initial budget as detailed in Article 6.
  1. WEBSITE AND OTHER FACILITIES

The FEM will provide the Alumni Committee with the following facilities:

In addition, an initial budget up to one thousand Euro (1000€) will be granted by the FEM upon the presentation of detailed proposals in line with the mission and vision of the Committee. Proposals will be evaluated by the Liaison Officer and formally approved by the FEM Treasurer. Those funds should support the Committee most relevant initiatives during the starting years.

The activities of the Alumni Committee and its achievements will be presented at the FEM website page. This page can be autonomously developed, enriched, updated and become a kind of “talent window”. The Alumni Committee is encouraged to consider to create and feed profiles on social media.

  1. MEETINGS

The EAP alumni committee should meet regularly and at least three times a year by initiative of the Prefects. Each member is expected to attend at least two (2) meetings per annum. Additional meetings may be convened if deemed necessary. Meetings will be held primarily online, with a schedule allowing the broadest participation of members (taking care of different time zones and national holidays); the Enrico Anglesio Prize yearly contest could be the occasion for organizing an “in person” meeting. The minutes of the meetings are drafted by the Ancillus/a and are approved by the Cabinet.

  1. TERM OF REFERENCE

The Terms of Reference shall be reviewed periodically. As far as possible, the changes to the TOR will take the form of additive amendments, without altering the above eight articles.

Solution of matters of governance that could arise in the life of the Committee will be inspired by the consultation of Robert’s Rules of Order, Twelfth Edition, 2020.

Alumni Committee: Member’s List

 NameInstitute at the time of the contestResultYear
James Oluwasegun AbdulazeezMaiduguri Cancer Registry, University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Maiduguri, Borno StateContester2011
Natasha AbrahamSouth African National CancerContester2018
 Isabel AguilarAragon Institute of Health Sciences (IAC+S) ZaragozaContester2009
Laura Aixala-PerelloTerragona Cancer RegistryContester2020
 Claudia AllemaniIRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, MilanoWinner2008
 Alberto AmeijideFundaciò Lliga pa a Investigacion I Prevenciò del Cancer (FUNCA) CataloniaContester2010
Rodrigo AssarUniversidad de Chile, School of MedicineContester2015
Alix AugustinRegistre des hémopathies malignes de Cote D’OrContester2017
Paolo BailiIstituto Nazionale per lo Studio e la Cura dei Tumori – MilanoContester2012
 Ganesh BalasubramaniamTata Memorial HospitalContester2017
 Ileana BaldiCancer Epidemiology Unit, University of Turin and C.P.O. PiemonteContester2006
Joana BastosRegisto Oncológico Regional do Centro, CoimbraContester2012
Aurelie BertautCentre Georges Francois LeclercContester2014
 Giulia BertiniIstituto per lo Studio la Prevenzione e Rete Oncologica, FlorenceContester2020
Jàmnica Bigorra RománFundació Lliga per a la Investigació i Prevenció del Càncer (FUNCA)Contester2016
 Rebecca BirchUniversity of LeedsContester2016
 Daniela BoggianiAzienda Ospedaliero Universitaria di ParmaContester2013
Laura BottaIstituto Nazionale Tumori, MilanoContester2016
 Tonya BrandenburgKentucky Cancer RegistryContester2019
Alicia BrunssenInstitute for Social Medicine and Epidemiology, University of LuebeckContester2017
Joséphine Bryere-TheaultINSERM – UCBN, Centre François BaclesseContester2015
Carlotta BuzzoniClinical and descriptive epidemiology unit, ISPO, Florence, ItalyContester2013
Beatriz CarballoRegistro de Provincial de Tumores de CórdobaContester2016
 Daniela CardosoRegistro de Cancer de base populacional, GoianiaContester2012
Raphaele CastagnéINSERM, UMR1027, Université ToulouseContester2016
Marine CastaingRegistro Tumori Integrato (RTI) delle province di Catania-Messina-Siracusa-Enna, CataniaContester2013
 Clara CastroNorth Region Cancer Registry of PortugalWinner2014
Jennifer ChadderCanadian Partnership against CancerContester2015
 Gladys Chebet ChebunsaiThe Eldoret Cancer RegistryContester2015
 Ramon ClèriesBarcelonaContester2007
Énora CléroGroupe d’Epidémiologie des Radiations, CESP, VillejuifContester2011
Paola Andrea Collazos RodriguezUniversidad del Valle, Faculty of Health, Department of Pathology, CaliContester2015
Violeta Corina CristeaAthena Hospital, TimisoaraContester2012
 Elisa DamaChildhood Cancer Registry of Piedmont – CPO PiemonteContester2006
Mylène Dandoit-BourgeatRegistre des hémopathies malignes de Côte d’Or, DijonContester2014
 Kelly M De LigtNetherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation (IKNL), UtrechtContester2017
Cyrille DelpierreRegistre des cancers du TarnWinner2009
 Veronica Di CarloLSHTMContester2019
 Matteo Di MasoIRCCS, Centro di Riferimento Oncologico, Aviano (PN)Contester2013
Pegdwende Olivia DiallaBreast and Gynaecologic Cancer Registry of Cote d’Or, DijonContester2012
 Michael EdenCambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust Histopathology DepartmentContester2016
Rebecca EhrenkranzNCIContester2019
 Muhammed ElfaituriFaculty of Medicine, Tripoli UniversityContester2019
 Elizabeth Jane EllisLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine LondonContester2010
Loraine Augustine EscobedoUniversity of Southern CaliforniaContester2014
 Laura EstebanInstitut Català d’Oncologia. Registre de Mortalitat de CatalunyaContester2008
 Jaione EtxeberriaDep. of Satistics University of NavarraContester2010
 Sonia Fernandez BalbuenaPublic Health Office, Valladolid, SpainContester2010
 Daniela FerranteCPO – Piemonte & Università del Piemonte OrientaleContester2010
Miranda FIDLER-BENAOUDIA Contester2017
Gonçalo Forjaz de LacerdaRegisto Oncológico Regional dos Açores, Centro de Oncologia dos AçoresContester2013
 Keisuke FukuiOsaka Medical CollegeContester2018
Kimberly HergetUtah Cancer RegistryContester2019
 Christian HerrmannKrebsregister St. Gallen-Appenzell, St. GallenContester2012
 Megumi HoriNational Cancer Centre JapanContester2019
Elena IsaevskaPiedmont Childhood Cancer RegistryContester2016
 Yuri ItoOsaka Medical Centre for Cancer and Cardiovascular Diseases, OsakaWinner2010
Ruth JackThames Cancer Registry, LondonContester2012
Elima Jedy-AgbaInstitute of Human VirologyContester2015
David JegouBelgian Cancer RegistryWinner2015
Jérémie JéguLaboratoire d’épidémiologie et de santé publique, Faculté de médecine, Université de StrasbourgWinner2012
 Clarisse Joachim-ContaretRegistre General Des Cancers De La MartiniqueContester2018
 Samantha JonesBC Cancer Research CentreContester2019
Daniel Marcelo JuradoCancer Registry of PastoWinner2016
Nena KaravasiloglouCancer Registry of the Cantons Zurich, Zug, Schafflausen and SchwyzContester2020
Amy KlaphekeCancer Registry of Greater CaliforniaContester2019
 Marvin Koon Sun PatUniversity of MauritiusContester2019
Annemiek KwastComprehensive Cancer Centre the Netherlands, UtrechtContester2012
 Olivia LacroixUniversité Catholique de LouvainContester2017
 Joo Young LeeCancer Registration and Statistics Branch, Goyang-si Gyeonggi-doContester2011
 Olga LopushanskayaN.N. Petrov Research Institute of Oncology, Saint – PetersburgContester2017
 Carolina LuizagaFundação Oncocentro de São PauloContester2013
 Nuno LunetPortoContester2007
Allini Mafra da CostaCancer Registry Of Barretos RegionContester2019
Miroslava MakohusováUniversity Childrens´HospitalContester2015
Rym MallekhSalah Azaiz InstituteContester2020
Silvia ManciniRegistro Tumori della Romagna, IRCCS-IRST, Meldola (FC)Contester2013
Emilie MarrerRegistre des cancers du Haut-RhinContester2016
Melissa MatzLSHTMContester2020
Iman MezianeMohammed VI Center for cancer treatment, Casablanca Medical School, University of Hassan IIWinner2013
Pamela MinicozziFondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, MilanContester2017
Marie MoitryRegistres des cancers du Bas-RhinContester2015
Samantha MoraisEPI Unit, Instituto de Saude Publica, Universidade do PortoContester2020
Morgane MounierRegistre des hémopathies malignes de Côte d’Or, DijonWinner2013
Hiroko NakagawaAichi Cancer Center Research InstituteContester2016
Sarah NashSEER Alaska Native Tumor RegistryContester2019
Leticia NogueiraTexas Cancer RegistryContester2016
Nathan Okerosi MautiNairobi Cancer RegistryContester2015
Laura OrtelliRegistro Tumori Canton TicinoContester2014
 Gemma Osca-GelisUnitat d’Epidemiologia i Registre de Càncer de Girona (UERCG), GironaContester2012
Quinn OstromCentral Brain Tumor Registry of the United StatesWinner2019
Valerie OttoUtah Cancer RegistryContester2019
 Isao OzeAichi Cancer Center Research Institute, Nagoya-city, AichiContester2010
Keiu PaapsiNational Institute For Health Development, TallinWinner2018
 Emmanuelle PaganelliCIC-BT -C.H.U de BesançonContester2008
Marieke PapeNetherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organization (IKNL)Contester2020
 Laura ParejaDep. De Salud de CatalunyaContester2010
Bárbara PeleteiroDep of Hygiene and Epidemiology. University of PortoWinner2010
 Magalie PeterONCOMIP, ToulouseContester2009
Antoine PironetBelgian Cancer RegistryContester2017
Carole Pornet ChatelUniversity of Caen Basse-Normandie, Faculty of medecine, CaenWinner2011
 Montserrat Puig VivesUnitat d’Epidemiologia i Registre de Càncer de Girona (UERCG), GironaContester2012
Manuela M QuaresmaLSHTMContester2010
 Ivan RashidRegistro Tumori di ModenaContester2007
 Iresha RatnayakeCancer Care ManitobaContester2019
Meriem RegraguiIbn Rochd University Hospital, Hassan II University. CasablancaContester2016
 Fulvio RicceriCPO – Registro Tumori PiemonteWinner2006
 Sara RobertiVeneto Mesothelioma Registry,Occupational Health UnitContester2008
Michael RosskampBelgian Cancer RegistryContester2016
 Jérémie RudantINSERMWinner2007
Christiane RudolphInstitute of Cancer Epidemiology, University of LubeckContester2020
Lidia SacchettoPiedmont Cancer Registry – CPOWinner2016
Krishnan SathishkumarNational Centre for Disease Informatics and Research, National Cancer Registry ProgrammeContester2015
Robin SchaffarGeneva Cancer RegistryWinner2014
 Roxana Ioana ScheusanOncology Clinic, City Hospital, TimisoaraContester2010
Janmesh ShahThe Gujarat Cancer & Research InstituteContester2015
Dimitra Sifaki-PistollaClinic of Social and Family Medicine, School of Medicine University of CreteContester2016
 Gurnam Singh JohalNational Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS) Public Health EnglandContester2016
Isabelle SoerjomataramDepartment of Public Health Erasmus MC, RotterdamContester2010
Susan SpillaneTrinity Centre for health Sciences, DublinWinner2012
 Alessandra SpitaleTicino Cancer RegistryWinner2008
 Eric StewartCancer Registry of Greater CaliforniaContester2019
Ranjeeta SubediNepal Health Research CouncilContester2019
Natesan SureshkumarNational Centre for Disease Infomatics and Research- National Cancer Registry ProgrammeContester2015
Elisavet Syriopoulou Contester2020
Rina TanakaDepartment of Medicine, Hirosaki UniversityContester2020
Wilmer TarupiFacultad de Ciencias de la salud Eugenio Espejo – Univesidad UTEContester2020
Hanna TervonenUniversity of South AustraliaWinner2015
 Narhari TimilshinaUniversity Health Network – Toronto General HospitalContester2014
 Maite TimmermansNetherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation (IKNL), UtrechtContester2017
Yoshiaki UsuiAichi Cancer CentreContester2019
Ana Maria ValbuenaUniversidad Industrial de SantanderContester2018
Yudy Juliana Valdivieso PradaNational Institute of Cancerology of ColombiaContester2020
 Joan Valls MarsalUnitat de Bioestadística i Suport Metodològic . Institut de Recerca Biomèdica de Lleida (IRBLleida)Contester2015
Simone VersteegUtrechWinner2017
Mugi WahidinDirectorate of Cancer Control, Ministry of Health, JakartaWinner2011
 Kristin WeeksCarver College of Medicine – University of IowaContester2020
Caroline Elise WeibullDepartment of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet, StockholmContester2012
Diana Robin WithrowUniversity of OxfordWinner2020
Ling ZhaGraduate School of Medicine, Osaka UniversityContester2020
 Giulia ZigonIRCCS Istituto Nazionale Tumori, MilanoContester2007
Mirte ZijstraNetherlands Comprehensive Cancer Organisation (IKNL), UtrechtContester2017
Antonella ZucchettoIRCCS, Centro di Riferimento Oncologico, Aviano (PN)Contester2012

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