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23 May 2016

EJC News Focus: Making sense of moving targets in anti-tumour therapies

Watch this video featuring Mark Lemmon of Yale School of Medicine telling Jim McGuigan that there should be a renewed focus on the underlying biochemistry of the system to understand how best to direct new therapy.

23 May 2016

Report from the 6th EACR-OECI Joint Training Course: ‘Molecular Pathology Approach to Cancer’

109 participants attended the sixth joint EACR-OECI course on ‘Molecular Pathology Approach to Cancer’ in Amsterdam from 09 – 11 May 2016. Over 3 days participants enjoyed interesting and compelling talks from 14 international speakers. 

17 May 2016

Nominations open for KNAW Bob Pinedo Cancer Care Award 2016

The KNAW Bob Pinedo Cancer Care Award is a prestigious biennial award for internationally acclaimed researchers in cancer care. Nominations are open until 22 May 2016.

10 May 2016

Video: F. Ciardiello & R. Marais on the EACR-ESMO partnership

In this video you can see Fortunato Ciardiello, ESMO President, and Richard Marais, EACR President, elaborating on this key partnership.

09 May 2016

Applications open for the Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists

This Prize was created to recognise that global economic health is dependent upon a vibrant research community and we need to encourage our best and brightest to continue in their chosen fields of research.

05 May 2016

Do you ever have to present your research to others? How to give an effective scientific talk.

Watch this video where Professor Susan McConnell from Stanford University gives helpful advice on preparing and presenting an effective scientific talk.

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