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Europe’s membership association for cancer researchers

DNA Damage Responses and Cancer: Innovations from Radiobiology to Radiotherapy

Cambridge, UK : 30 March - 1 April 2020

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About the Conference

In this conference, we aim to bring together researchers working on understanding DNA damage responses in the context of complex and dynamic cellular environments. The programme will address the challenges of understanding this complex field and will emphases new experimental approaches for interrogating these pathways. We will also consider how recent advances can be exploited in the clinic. We have created a programme that brings together basic scientists with translational and clinical researchers.

​​Fast Facts

  • 150-200 participants expected
  • A combination of two of our previous popular conferences: Radiation Break-through: from DNA damage responses to precision cancer therapy (last edition March 2018) and Protecting the Code: Epigenetic Impacts on Genome Stability (last edition November 2017)
  • 100% recommendation rate at the 2017 edition and 99% in 2018
  • Networking sessions available to all exhibitors
  • World-class speakers
  • Friendly intimate atmosphere

Question about sponsorship? 

If you are visiting this site as a potential sponsor or exhibitor please contact:

Rachel Warden
Communications and Marketing Manager
rachel.warden@eacr.org

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Loyalty Offer

When you book two Classic packages for conferences taking place in one calendar year, any further Classic Packages booked for the same year will receive a 20% discount. This does not apply to the EACR's Industry Partners, who receive 30% off all opportunities.

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