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RadOnc Toolbox RFP and Updates | ROI 5K Registration (Summer 2019 Vol. 9 No. 2)

Registration for the 10th Annual ROI 5K is Open
Don’t miss this fun event at the ASTRO Annual Meeting! You can help make this year’s 5K the best yet by registering for the race and joining the competition to be the top fundraiser.
 
Join Us for a Financial Planning Seminar
Kick off your ASTRO Annual Meeting experience in Chicago with a breakfast session that will highlight strategies to maximize income and minimize taxes by planning for the future.
 
2019 ROI Publication Award Deadline Approaching
Time is running out to submit your nomination of an outstanding radiation oncology research manuscript focused on one or more of the ROI’s priority topic areas.
 
Enhanced Section of Website Features the Advantages of Gift Planning
Use this new interactive resource to learn about the variety of ways that you can leave a legacy to the field of radiation oncology by making a planned gift to the ROI.
 
Letter from the Board
Deborah A. Kuban, MD, FASTRO, and Colleen A.F. Lawton, MD, FASTRO, celebrate the ROI’s new personalized radiation therapy research awards, which are made possible by donors like you.
Constantine Mantz, MD
Constantine “Connie” Mantz, MD, joined the ROI Founders’ Circle to advance critical research that will grow the value of radiation oncology’s clinical services.
Improving the RadOnc Toolbox App Now and in the Future
The ROI recently released updates to the RadOnc Toolbox and is seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual or team to help expand the app’s scientific content through a new RFP.
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Registration for the 10th Annual ROI 5K is Open

The 10th Annual 5K Run for the Future to benefit the ROI will be held at the 2019 ASTRO Annual Meeting in Chicago on Monday, September 16, at 6:44 a.m. Individuals, academic teams and corporate teams will start the race along the Lakefront Trail at the Chicago Fallen Firefighter and Paramedic Memorial. Participants will run or walk along the picturesque path by Lake Michigan. From the waterfront in San Diego in 2010 to the lakeside in Chicago in 2019, the race has featured many scenic routes over the last decade.

You can join your colleagues for fun and camaraderie, and you can get some exercise before a day of sitting through scientific and educational sessions. While you are enjoying the run, you will be helping to support ROI research to improve outcomes for patients by providing solutions for some of radiation oncology’s most pressing and practical needs.

In addition to competing for racing honors, individuals and teams can vie for the title of top fundraiser. Your name could be featured on a giant banner at the race finish line if you raise the most money for the ROI. This is a great way to help support the ROI whether or not you will be lacing up your shoes to run or walk the 5K.

All sponsorships, registration fees, and donations come directly to the ROI to support research in radiation oncology because premiere sponsor Radiation Business Solutions (RBS) organizes the event and covers all the expenses.

Be a part of this fun event and help us gather what we hope will be the biggest group of supporters yet as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the 5K Run for the Future to benefit the ROI. Register for the race and become a fundraiser today!