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Cancer Research Network: the Translational Pathway half-day symposium
June 17 -1:30 pm - 6:00 pmFree
The Cancer Research Network will be hosting its next showcase event the afternoon of 17 June 2019 and will comprise oral and poster presentations.
Following on an outstanding Show & Tell event held in Oakfield House on 9 January 2019, we are delighted to offer the next event in our networking series, a half-day symposium exploring the multidisciplinary cancer translational pathway. We expect the programme to cover various cancer treatments from radiotherapy to surgery to cellular therapies and chemotherapy.
The event will provide a fantastic opportunity for Early Career Researchers, junior and senior staff to hear about all the different research taking place across the wider Bristol Cancer community and share methodologies, results, frustrations and skills to a wider audience in the expectation that discussions could lead to greater inter- and multidisciplinary understanding of the research in question and its potential relevance to other research areas.
Encouraging dialogue between researchers can reveals pools of experience and knowledge that can be applied elsewhere. This fosters not just the creation of new research directions but new ways of working, new ways to support and enable our academic community, and new learning experiences.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Dr Axel Walther, Consultant Medical Oncologist; Director for Research, Bristol Cancer Research; Co-Lead Bristol Cancer Network
- Mr Namid Shatil, Research Associate in Engineering Mathematics
Other speakers will be confirmed soon.
Deadline: 3 May 2019 at 12 noon
The Network's Steering Group invites all Cancer Researchers, and in particular Early Career Researchers, conducting research in any Cancer area to submit a poster abstract for consideration.
Posters can cover a wider aspect of your research under the broader theme of "multidisciplinary opportunities in cancer: the pros, cons and how to achieve it". This would allow you to (if you so wish) talk about:
1) your work
2) what new techniques or approaches you can share
3) a research question you’d like help with (or are just genuinely interested in) from the other side (e.g. an infection person wanting to develop an immunology aspect of their work or vice versa)
There will be cash prizes available for 1st, 2nd and 3rd best poster
Closes: 7 June 2019 at 12 noon
Spaces are limited, therefore please REGISTER to attend. Registration includes refreshments during the event and a wine reception following the event.
Attendance is free