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Registration is now open for our 9th annual Symposium, now being held virtually.

Registration is now open for the CRUK Oxford Centre’s 9th Annual Symposium. It will take place virtually on Wednesday 21st October 2020.

This year’s event will be different – we unfortunately cannot host our event as planned due to COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, we are not able to showcase a poster competition and abstracts will not be submitted.

However, we will be hosting a 1 day online event, which will include:

  • themed talks ranging from Non-Genetic Heterogeneity to Early Detection
  • New to Oxford session, featuring new Oxford cancer researchers and insights into where Oxford research may be going
  • a special talk by our Keynote Prof. zur Hausen

Programme:

Details of the full programme is currently being confirmed – please keep an eye on our Eventbrite page or our dedicated symposium page for further updates

Registration:

Registration is free. Sign up here

Please note that registration is only open to Centre members. (Please use this link to become a Centre member.)

 

If you have any questions regarding the Symposium please contact the Centrecancer@medsci.ox.ac.uk

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