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2nd EACR conference on Radiation Break-through: from DNA damage responses to precision cancer therapy

 
  August 04, 2017  
     
 


Wolfson College, Oxford, UK
12 - 14 March 2018


This is the second EACR conference focused on this topic. It is designed to be of interest to cancer scientists and medical oncologists with expertise in basic, translational and clinical research. Its objective is to cover recent and exciting developments in the field that are crucial to our understanding of the multifaceted role of the DNA damage response and associated tumour cell specific alterations in cancer initiation, progression and precision cancer therapy.

It is an exciting and rapidly evolving research field that will expedite the development and implementation of biomarkers for patient stratification and of novel treatment concepts in precision cancer medicine.

Who should attend? This EACR conference aims to bring together cancer scientists and physicians from different disciplines with interest in DNA Damage Signalling and Repair, the Response of Cells and Tissues to Photon and Proton Irradiation, as well as related fields of Cancer Research spanning from basic to clinical research. We envision ample opportunities for early stage basic cancer researchers and young physicians to present their work to the international community and to meet experts in the field in an inspiring informal atmosphere to share research findings and to establish or strengthen collaborations.

 
 
Organized by: European Association for Cancer Research
Invited Speakers:

Karlene Cimprich (USA), Ludwig Dubois (Netherlands), Amato Giaccia (USA), Jan Hoeijmakers (Netherlands), Steve Jackson (UK), Verena Jendrossek (Germany), Jos Jonkers (Netherlands), Kirsten Lauber (Germany), Frank Pajonk (USA), Martin Pruschy (Switzerland), Christian Reinhardt (Germany), Anderson Ryan (UK), Alessandro A. Sartori (Switzerland), Brita Singers Sørensen (Denmark), Madalena Tarsounas (UK), Andrew Tutt (UK), Catharine West (UK)

 
Deadline for Abstracts: 15 January 2018
 
Registration: 12 February 2018
E-mail: l.strachan@nottingham.ac.uk
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