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22nd WORKSHOP ON METHODS IN CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH (MCCR)
The annual Methods in Clinical Cancer Research Workshop is a week-long course designed to educate and train early-career investigators in the best practices of clinical trial design and provide access to experienced clinical investigators from different institutions and countries with expertise across all areas of clinical research.
The Workshop is organised by the European Organisation of Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC), European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO), and American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) and has provided training to nearly 1800 investigators from all over the world since its’ inception in 1999.
Applications for this workshop are now closed.
For further information visit www.eortc.org/mccr.
EACR 2022 Congress
EACR 2022 is a four day congress dedicated to basic, preclinical and translational cancer research across a wide breadth of topics. It will highlight the latest research and bring together the cancer research community to inspire innovation and build knowledge, connections and collaborations.
Visit the Congress website.
EORTC 60th Anniversary
The EORTC will celebrate its 60th Anniversary on September 30th, 2022 – bringing together our members, partners, patient advocates and other key stakeholders in cancer research.
Beyond celebrating EORTC’s past through revisiting this organisation’s remarkable achievements, this event will look to the future as EORTC adapts to a changing landscape. Key experts will give insights on how clinical cancer research has evolved, and what the future should look like for the EORTC. There will be discussions with policymakers on how clinical research can help shape European policies and how EU institutions can facilitate a comprehensive European agenda for clinical cancer research moving forward.
As more people are affected by cancer, there is a critical need for better understanding this multifaceted disease and finding ways to optimise treatment options – through research and, importantly, through collaboration. Collaboration is part of EORTC’s DNA: we join forces with global partners across disciplines and across tumour types, to overcome global cancer challenges. This celebration is an opportunity to welcome clinical research groups from across the world to foster better alliances, reducing inefficiencies and striving for the best care for cancer patients, to ultimately improve their survival and quality of life.
We hope you will join us in Brussels to celebrate the 60 Years of this truly unique organisation.
Looking forward to seeing you there!