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!
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.
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!
29 Sep 2016
AuthorAID is a free international research community with the aim to help researchers in developing countries to publish their work, through peer mentoring with experienced academics, online courses and travel and workshop grants.
27 Sep 2016
Scientists have discovered that non-cancer cells that wrap around blood vessels are helping breast cancer cells enter the bloodstream and spread through the production of a key molecule called endosialin.
27 Sep 2016
Have you ever wondered how to explain your research to your family or to the general public? Watch this interactive video produced by EACR Member Neil Conlon to illustrate his research.
22 Sep 2016
Many international organisations that promote cancer research, including the EACR, have joined to support a global initiative to establish September 24th as World Cancer Research Day.
24 Aug 2016
The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology is independently replicating a subset of experimental results from a number of high-profile papers in the field of cancer biology.
16 Aug 2016
Read the report from Dr Ceren Sucularli, who attended the Beatson International Cancer Conference in Glasgow, UK (03-06 July 2016).
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