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Welcome to the European Association for Cancer Research
Europe’s membership association for cancer researchers

Tracking Cancer: Detection and Monitoring, from Diagnosis to Therapy

Barcelona, Spain : 4 - 6 February 2019

Introduction

The first EACR conference on Tracking Cancer will highlight the newest approaches to cancer detection and monitoring, from diagnosis through therapy and progression.

It will be an interactive environment to discuss current challenges and ways to move the field forward. The meeting will foster the exchange of ideas and spur multidisciplinary collaborations.

The programme includes multiple opportunities for networking and interaction. As well as the lively Poster Discussion sessions, there will be Panel Discussions at the end of each day for speakers and participants to engage beyond discussing the data, into envisioning a future that integrates rapidly evolving technologies into basic, translational and clinical cancer research.


Who will attend?

The conference will bring together those working across technology and data analysis, drug development, and clinical management of cancer. Participation is welcome from PhD students through to group leaders, from both academia and industry, and from the lab to the clinic.

Topics to be covered

  • Circulating Tumour Cells
  • Imaging
  • Liquid biopsies
  • Clinical trial design
  • Immunotherapy
  • Genome analysis

Scientific Programme Committee: 

  • Victoria Aranda (Nature)
  • Alberto Bardelli (University of Turin Candiolo Cancer Institute)
  • Markus Elsner (Nature Biotechnology)
  • Joan Seoane (VHIO)
  • Charlie Swanton (Francis Crick Institute)

The EACR would like to thank Nature and Nature Biotechnology for their contribution to the scientific programme

 

This conference is supported by the Vall d'Hebron Institute of Oncology (VHIO) 

 

 

 

Key dates

Bursary application deadline:
16 November 2018

Abstract submission deadline:
30 November 2018

Registration deadline:
04 January 2019

Venue

CosmoCaixa, formerly known as the Science Museum of Barcelona.

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