Tag: A Participant’s View

Cancer Genomics

Cancer Genomics 2019: A Participant’s View

250 participants from 41 countries met at Churchill College, Cambridge, UK from 23-26 June 2019 for the 4th EACR Conference on Cancer Genomics. The conference...
Liquid Biopsies 2019

A Participant’s View: Liquid Biopsies 2019

On 15-17 May 2019 in Bergamo, Italy, the EACR and ESMO held a joint conference on Liquid Biopsies. It was the first of its...

Defence is the Best Attack 2019: A Participant’s View

On 11-13 March 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, the EACR held the 2nd conference for Defence is the Best Attack: Immuno-Oncology Breakthroughs. The venue was...
Tracking Cancer 2019

Tracking Cancer 2019: A Participant’s View

On 4-6 February 2019, the EACR held its first conference on Tracking Cancer in the famous CosmaCaixa science museum in Barcelona. 100% of the participants...
EACR Meeting Bursary Recipients at Making it Personal 2018

A Participant’s View: Making it Personal 2018

What to find out more about the EACR conference - Making it Personal: Cancer Precision Medicine 2018? You can read our Conference Review here. Mariya Shapovalova,...
MTT18 Meeting Bursary recipients

A Participant’s View: Mechanisms to Therapies 2018

Want to find out more about the EACR conference on Mechanisms to Therapies: Innovations in Cancer Metabolism? You can read our Conference Review here. Tin...

A Participant’s View: Goodbye Flat Biology 2018

Christopher Hanley, Postdoctoral Researcher Home institution and country: University of Southampton, UK My research seeks to understand how interactions between different cells impact their function and...

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The EACR’s Top 10 Cancer Research Publications: April 2019

The EACR's Top 10 Cancer Research Publications is a regular summary of the most interesting and impactful recent papers in cancer research. It is...