Cambridge, UK : 30 March - 1 April 2020
At the EACR, we know that conferences are about more than just hearing the latest research. Our events are well-known for providing excellent opportunities for networking, interaction and discussion.
The conference will have a residential feel, with many participants staying at Churchill College or nearby. Space has been included in the programme to enable plenty of time for the important discussions that occur outside of the lecture theatre. Here are a few of the features you can look forward to at DNA Damage Responses and Cancer 2020 in collaboration with ESTRO:
Monday 30 March 2020, 17:25 - 18:00
At the end of the first day's lectures, drinks and light refreshments will be served for all participants to enjoy. Take the opportunity to make new connections in an informal setting!
Monday 30 March 2020, 18:00 - 19:30
Tuesday 31 March 2020, 13:15 - 14:45
There are two dedicated 90-minute Poster Discussion Sessions in the programme. At these times, the presenters for that session should stand by their posters to discuss their work with other participants and invited speakers. As well as the dedicated sessions on Monday and Tuesday, there will also be additional poster viewing opportunities each morning - coffee will be available to purchase from 08.30, and posters can be freely browsed.
Tuesday 31 March 2020, 19:30, Churchill College
All participants are invited to join the three-course Conference Dinner on Tuesday evening in the Churchill College dining hall. The meal will be followed by the presentation of Meeting Bursary Awards and Poster Prizes. There is no dress code for the dinner, and the atmosphere will be relaxed. We hope that during the evening new friendships will be made and professional connections will continue to flourish.
Tickets for the conference dinner are not included in the registration fee and can be purchased as an optional extra.
Wednesday 01 April 2020, 09:15 - 09:45
Further details to be announced.
Above: Participants relaxing at Churchill College.
Below: A Poster Discussion Session at another EACR conference.
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