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“I found my perfect environment”: EACR member answers your questions about...

Earlier this year we put out a call for members' questions about working in industry. We put your questions to EACR member Francesco Greco,...

From research to impact: navigating the pathways of research translation and...

At our recent virtual conference Commercialing Your Research: What's Involved? we enjoyed a brilliant programme of diverse sessions from a range of experts, including...
EACR Congress 2022

Top Tips for Presenting your Scientific Poster at a Conference

At the Early Career Researcher's Conference 2022, we enjoyed a brilliant programme of diverse sessions from a range of experts, including Phillipa Timmins from...

“The transition from academia to industry can be intimidating”: Career insights...

"Toto, we’re not in academia anymore…" …this was one of the first sentences I said when I walked into my new office in Boston, USA,...
Fiona Malcolmson

Presenting at Parliament

by Fiona Malcomson Politicians are not my usual audience and the House of Commons is not my usual auditorium. I normally present at scientific meetings,...

‘My Science Success Story’: EACR Science Communication Prize 2021

Have you ever wanted to write a blog? Have you already written a blog but want to write more? Now is your chance! Enter...

Career in cancer research: a noble quest?

It starts out with fairytales about knights and dragons. It blossoms when you, like me, dress as Wonder Woman at Halloween. It continues with...
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Diversity and inclusion in research: beyond the researcher

This article originally appeared on the British Pharmacological Society website, and has been reproduced here with kind permission from the BPS and the author,...

Interview with EACR Emeritus member Professor Ulrich Schneeweiss

We recently received an email from a longstanding EACR member, 97 year-old Professor Ulrich Schneeweiss. Professor Schneeweiss, who has been an EACR member for...

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

The hiring and firing of PhD students is not unusual in a graduate school. However, the power balance is skewed more towards the PhD...

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The EACR is saddened by the loss of Dr. Gouri Bhattacharyya

Dr. Gouri Shankar Bhattacharyya, a medical oncologist based in Kolkata, India for over a quarter of a century, recently passed away due to COVID-19–related...