The GCIG Autumn meeting was held on October 17-18, 2018, in Munich.  

CEEGOG was  represented by its Chairman,  the administrative manager Mrs. Ivana Nohová, and by Dr. Volha Matylevich from the N.N. Alexandrov National Cancer Center of Belarus in Minsk. Since a Pathology Brainstorming Session was scheduled during the meeting, the pathologist Pavel Dundr from the Pathology Institute in Prague attended the Session. The Session focused on imaging techniques, molecular imaging, advances in digital pathology and artificial intelligence for primary diagnostics in gynaecological pathology, and its opporunities for use in clinical trials. The participants were informed on itegrating molecular markers into clinical trials, and the minimal pathology requirements in clinical trials. The discussion was centered around new imaging and pathology priorities in clinical research.