Dr Zainab Mohamed

Dr Zainab Mohamed is a Clinical and Radiation Oncologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology, Groote Schuur Hospital, and the University of Cape Town. 

She is the head of the clinical unit, runs the Lymphoma and Kaposi’s sarcoma clinics and provides radiotherapy services to Clinical Haematology. She is the lead oncologist involved with the integrated palliative care service at Oncology and co-facilitates the Palliative Care for the Oncologist course at UCT. 

She is an educator on the Department of Radiation Oncology Access to Care program, a radiotherapy teaching program aimed at Radiation Oncologists, registrars, and physicists from South Africa and the rest of Africa.

Associate Professor Mohamed is a member of the University of Cape Town Human Research Ethics Committee and the South African National Tertiary/Quaternary Essential Medicines list Committee. Her research interests include HIV-associated cancers, lymphoma, and palliative medicine as it relates to low- and middle-income countries. 

Session: AYAs in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Date: Wednesday 4 December

Time: 8.45 am to 10.15am

Key Dates

Early Bird Registration Closes
Wednesday, 31 July 2024

Standard Registration Available
Thursday, 1 August 2024 

Congress Commences 
Tuesday, 3 December 2024

Congress Concludes
Friday, 6 December 2024

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The 6th Global Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Congress is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Youth Cancer Services Initiative. 

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