We are pleased to announce our first Image of the Month winner: congratulations to John Marshall / Anne Weston for sending this powerful image of two human squamous carcinoma cells invading into a collagen rich gel.
This EACR-OECI conference will update you on advances in personalised cancer medicine, focusing on targeted and immunological therapeutic approaches. It will cover the challenges of tumour heterogeneity, drug resistance and the influence of the tumour microenvironment.
We are delighted to announce that our community of cancer researchers has passed the threshold of 10,000 members!
The EACR is pleased to be working in partnership with ESMO on ESMO 2017: Integrating science into oncology for a better patient outcome. There will be special registration rates for EACR members.
Make sure you save the date for this exciting and influential congress!
21 Oct 2016
In this EJC News Focus, Ruth Muschel (Oxford University, UK) tells Helen Saul why she thinks we'll be hearing more about FGF2 in future. Watch the interview.
17 Oct 2016
Watch this EJC interview with former EACR President Moshe Oren, reflecting on the themes of the EACR24 Congress in Manchester in July 2016.
12 Oct 2016
The Medical Research Council and seven other research funding bodies have developed an interactive map of funding options including studentships, awards and grants for biomedical researchers at all stages of their careers.
10 Oct 2016
204 participants attended the 2nd EACR Conference Goodbye Flat Biology: Models, Mechanisms and Microenvironment (02-05 October 2016, Berlin, Germany).
07 Oct 2016
Our members are at the centre of the EACR and we’re always looking for ways to get to know our members better and to find out the challenges and opportunities faced by cancer researchers every day.
03 Oct 2016
The EACR Image of the Month highlights outstanding scientific images from EACR members. We are pleased to announce the first Image of the Month winner.
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