The UKCRF Network two-day conference gives attendees an opportunity to meet colleagues and discuss topical issues regarding best practice in Clinical Research Facility operations, and also offers the opportunity to learn about the latest information and developments in the area of clinical research and experimental medicine
Price: £250 for both days [£155 Day Delegate Rate]
Date: Fri 27 September 2019
Time: 9.30am - 15.30pm
The Cambridge Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre team is delighted to invite you to our open event for patients, carers and anyone with an interest in cancer research.
11th International ICAPS Conference on Cancer Prevention: Targeting infection, inflammation and the immune system. The conference will cover the full spectrum from basic biology to clinical applications to population level strategies.
Date: 5 & 6 September 2019
Location: Charterhouse Square (QMUL), London
The Manchester Cancer Research Centre (MCRC) and the Experimental Cancer Medicine Centres (ECMC) network will be hosting a three-day conference on Phase I, at the Hilton Deansgate, in Manchester city centre.
Provider: Manchester Cancer Research Centre
Date: Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 January 2019
This two-day residential course is aimed at junior investigators wishing to pursue a career and develop in the area of early phase trials and translational research within the ECMC network. Throughout the course, attendees will be able to network with faculty members from all disciplines and attend talks on a multitude of topics, addressing common training, progression and development needs.
Please join us at the ECMC Annual Network meeting on Wednesday 9 May 2018.
This year's meeting provides an opportunity for you to come together with your colleagues from across the Network to share experiences and hear about the latest developments in experimental cancer medicine.
When you register you will need to select which afternoon parallel session you would like to attend:
On International Clinical Trials Day we’d like to invite you to the Sir Bobby Robson Cancer Trials Research Centre – a purpose-built facility for ground-breaking research. Take a tour of the unit, meet the researchers, nurses and clinical trials staff and find out:
•What are clinical trials?
•Why are clinical trials so important?
•How are new cancer treatments developed and tested?
•What does a trial involve?
Location: Sir Bobby Robson Cancer Trials Research Centre, Newcastle