We are pleased to announce our Image of the Month winner for February 2017: congratulations to Lucia Borriello and Yves DeClerck, who sent this breath-taking image of cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAF) isolated from a patient with neuroblastoma
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.
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, as well as meeting bursaries available.
Make sure you save the date for this exciting and influential congress!
23 Feb 2017
Professor Ken Harrap, a pioneer in cancer research and treatment, has passed away at the age of 85.
22 Feb 2017
A limited number of bursaries will be awarded to assist members of the EACR to attend the Congress. The bursaries provide funds to support registration, travel and accommodation.
07 Feb 2017
Congratulations to Lucia Borriello and Yves DeClerck, the EACR Image of the Month February 2017 winners! Lucia sent this breath-taking image representing cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAF) isolated from patient with neuroblastoma.
09 Jan 2017
Can the EACR community build the perfect research poster? We need your help. Send us your tips and examples of your favourite academic posters.
03 Jan 2017
Make a New Year’s resolution to explore your EACR member benefits this year.
03 Jan 2017
Congratulations to Brooke Pereira, the EACR Image of the Month January 2017 winner! Brooke sent this complex and layered image representing a 3D melt electrospun scaffold model of the human prostate tumour microenvironment.
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