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Involving patients and their carers in research has become more common, as funders demand evidence of involvement. The ‘Patient Voice in Cancer Research’ (PVCR) is a movement led by University College Dublin in Ireland. This webinar discusses the developments in the initiatives 5-year journey since its inception in 2016.
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"Liquid Biopsy". Thursday 27 May 2021. Speaker: Evi Lianidou
"Modelling breast cancer with xenografts". Wednesday 21 April 2021. Speaker: Carlos Caldas
"Computational analysis of cancer cancer". Thursday 25 March 201. Speaker: Núria López-Bigas
"ALK (Anaplastic Lymphoma Kinase) in development and cancer". Wednesday 25 February 2021. Speaker: Ruth Palmer
"Targeting invasion, angiogenesis and the tumor microenvironment: from therapy to cancer prevention". Thursday 28 January 2021. Speaker: Adriana Albini
"How to exploit cancer genomic data to identify new therapeutic targets". Thursday 17 December 2020. Speaker: Elisa Oricchio
"Careers in Industry with AstraZeneca". Thursday 10 December. Speakers: Vishwa Nellore and Myria Nikolaou from AstraZeneca
“How to communicate your research to stand out from the crowd (just like everybody else)”. Thursday 26 November 2020. Speaker: Chapin Rodriguez (Creaducate Consulting)
“Viral mimicry in pancreatic cancer”. Wednesday 21 October 2020. Speaker: Prof. Andreas Trumpp
Cancer Discovery, “Thinking differently about cancer treatment regimens”. Wednesday 30 September 2020. Speaker: Prof René Bernards
"How to apply for ERC Funding". Thursday 03 September 2020. Speaker: Vaida Bankauskaite (Scientific Management, European Research Council)
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