We are pleased to announce our Image of the Month winner for April 2017: congratulations to Tilman Esser and Dr. Muriel Lizé who sent this entertaining image of immunofluorescent staining of a murine uterus revealing a tiny monster.
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, as well as meeting bursaries available.
Register now for this exciting and influential congress!
Come and join us at the 2nd EACR-AACR-SIC Special Conference in Florence this June! Discounts until 22 May 2017.
Travel Fellowships support the development of researchers through visits to centres of excellence or participation in specialised practical workshops and courses.
This valuable opportunity is exclusively available to early-career EACR members.
25 Apr 2017
Recently, Wiley-VCH published novel animations and a textbook entitled “Cancer Signaling: From Molecular Biology to Targeted Therapy”, authored by EACR member Christoph Wagener, Carol Stocking and Oliver Müller.
11 Apr 2017
Our congratulations go to our April winners Tilman Esser and Dr. Muriel Lizé from the Molecular & Experimental Pneumology group at the University Medical Center Göttingen in Germany. They sent this entertaining image of immunofluorescent staining of a murine uterus revealing a tiny monster.
07 Apr 2017
Read the report from Dr. Vlasta Demeckova, who last month attended the ITOC4 conference (20 - 22 March 2017, Prague, Czech Republic).
07 Apr 2017
For the fifth year in a row, the Science and SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists offers four recent PhDs a career-making opportunity.
03 Apr 2017
The newly elected 2017 Class of Fellows includes three EACR members. They will join the AACR Academy to provide guidance and insight to the policy making of the AACR.
30 Mar 2017
The Sjöberg Prize for cancer research is awarded to scientists who have made major contributions to our knowledge about disease mechanisms, risk factors, or the treatment or prevention of cancer.
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