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The CRUK Oxford Centre Annual Symposium is a celebration of the passion and commitment to cancer research that exists across the Oxford Cancer Network.

With approximately 300 people attending in person each year, the day provides an opportunity for Centre members to network and build new collaborations.

This year, the Symposium will focus on our 4 main cancer themes:

Development in Immuno-oncology

Early Cancer Detection

Cancer Big Data

Novel Therapeutics

We also look forward to welcoming Professor Sjaak Neefjes, who will give the day's keynote. Professor Neefjes is responsible for various significant breakthroughs that have had a tremendous impact on a wide range of disciplines. He also discovered how bacterial infections, such as salmonella, can cause cancer.

Registration to attend the symposium will close on Friday 17th February 2023All abstracts should be submitted to the Centre by midday on Friday 10th February 2023. Late abstracts will not be accepted. 

For more information, to sign up, or to submit an abstract, visit the CRUK Oxford Centre Website


The event is exclusively for Centre members only. If you are unsure if you're a member, or if you meet the criteria to be a Centre member and wish to join up,  submit a request.

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