Tag: EACR Members

Camille Hurley

“From Breakdown to Breakthrough: My Success Story”: WINNER of the 2nd...

This summer, we invited cancer researchers at all levels to write a blog post for the second EACR Science Communication Prize around the theme...
Esther Redin Resano

“Living this international experience has opened my mind” – Esther Redin...

EACR Travel Fellowships are co-sponsored by Worldwide Cancer Research and provide funds up to €3,000 to early-career cancer researchers. The Travel Fellowship programme is...
Laura Escudero

A Year of the EACR Science Book Club

I always find that books are like time-travel machines, and better than any film. If you focus, they can take you back through time,...

‘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...
Nur Syamimi Ariffin

Restricted movement, working from home, what about research?!

The struggle is real It has been over a year that we have been struggling with COVID-19 pandemic. Little did we know it would be...

“It inspired and motivated me to work on my project” –...

May saw us host Bioinformatics in Cancer, which took place virtually from 18-19 May. The meeting covered a wide range of topics in the...
Catherine Murphy

In the Spotlight at the EACR Virtual Congress

This article first featured here on the Neuroblastoma blog, which features regular articles about Olga Piskareva's lab group and their activities. By visiting Catherine's...
Gouri Shankar Bhattacharyya

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...
Nareg Pınarbaşı

A harmonious lab: The reward of all

On Christmas 2007, I asked Santa for a microscope set. For a young girl in kindergarten, the wish seemed absurd. But Santa -my mom-, granted...

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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The Cancer Researcher is an online magazine for the cancer research community from the European Association for Cancer Research.

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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...