Please see below list of upcoming National and International Events for Healthcare Professionals. If you are intersted in attending any of these events, please click on the link/logo provided.
22 January 2018: Nutrition and Cancer: What patients want to know
25 January 2018: British Neuro-Oncology Society Queen Square Multidisciplinary Course
Day 2: Gliomas/TYA Tumours. The First Queen Square Multidisciplinary Neuro-Oncology Course. Delivered over four days throughout the 2017/18 academic year by senior members of the UCLH / Queen Square Neuro-Oncology Multidisciplinary team, this new course will address the need for better understanding between the diverse clinical specialities involved in the care of Neuro-Oncology patients. London, UK.
02 February 2018: Changing face of cancer – what the general physician needs to know
Cancer survival rates are increasing and even patients who are not cured are living significantly longer - this means general physicians and general practitioners are more likely to encounter cancer patients in their clinics. In addition, new classes of cancer therapies can have novel side effects, which may present to non-oncologists specialists in endocrinology, respiratory and GI. This one day conference will provide you with an overview of these developments and advice on how to manage patients. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.
15-16 February 2018: 13th Annual Biomarkers Congress
Venue: Manchester Central Convention Complex. Over 300 delegates representing leading biotech companies, global pharma organisations and internationally renowned academic institutions. Over 55 presentations, case studies, novel technologies, round-table and panel discussions focused on the opportunities and challenges of biomarker research discovery and development in a variety of therapeutic areas such as immune-oncology, neuroscience and cardio vascular disease areas, precision medicine, companion diagnostics, data integration methods, and utilising biomarkers in clinical trials.
New for 2018 -Workshop taking place on Day 2
“Scientific and Regulatory Considerations for the Analytical Validation of Assays for the Qualification of Biomarkers”
For further information about the workshop and how to register, please click here.
6 Interactive Streams:
- Biomarkers in Drug Discovery & Development Therapeutic Areas: Autoimmune, Immuno-oncology, Neuroscience, Oncology
- Precision Medicine, Companion Diagnostics, Molecular Diagnostics Development
- Biomarkers in Drug Discovery & Development Therapeutic Areas: Cardiovascular, Rheumatology, Respiratory, COPD, Rare Diseases, Infectious Diseases, Inherited Diseases
- Innovations in Biomarkers Research, Assay Development, Imaging, Data Integration Methods, Bioinformatics, Trial Design
- Biomarker: Clinical Development & Clinical Trials
- Innovative Biology- NGS & Genomic Markers, Clinical Testing and Diagnostics Development
14 pre-scheduled one to one meetings, exhibition and informal networking opportunities
The co-located 5th Annual Biomarker in Clinical Development Congress provides a great opportunity for attendees to learn more about the latest status updates about the ever-changing regulatory landscape in clinical development, genomic approaches in drug development, RNAseq NGS in biomarker benchmarking and the advances made in NGS techniques in liquid biopsy. Hear the latest challenges and opportunities in the role of biomarkers in clinical development, clinical trials and clinical diagnostics including implementing clinical biomarkers in auto-immune diseases such as cardiovascular, COPD, immuno-oncology, inflammatory and PK/PD biomarkers to clinical biomarkers.
05 - 07 March 2018: TAT 2018 – Targeted Anticancer Therapies
Venue: Paris, France. In a constantly evolving oncology environment, ESMO continues to expand its educational offer and conference portfolio and is pleased to announce that as of 2018 ESMO is taking on the TAT Congress,which will now be held on an annual basis in Europe.
The goals and the design of phase 1 studies have changed from just safety/toxicity to now include clinical activity/response and biomarker research. This new phase 1 paradigm has already led to rapid, conditional, approval of several new cancer therapeutics showing outstanding clinical activity in early-phase studies.
TAT focuses on early-phase development and translational research. The programme will cover targeted agents, immuno-oncology and combinations involving such agents. We hope to see you at TAT 2018!
12 - 14 March 2018: Radiation Break-through: from DNA damage responses to precision cancer therapy
Venue: Oxford, UK. This European Association for Cancer Research (EACR) conference aims to bring together cancer scientists and physicians from different disciplines with an interest in DNA damage signalling and repair, the response of cells and tissues to photon and proton irradiation, as well as related fields of cancer research spanning from basic to clinical research. We envision ample opportunities for early stage basic cancer researchers and young physicians to present their work to the international community and to meet experts in the field in an inspiring informal atmosphere to share research findings and to establish or strengthen collaborations.
Topics to be covered:
- Mechanistic insights into the cellular responses to DNA damage and genomic stability
- Therapeutic exploitation of defective DNA damage response and repair
- New treatment approaches combining radiotherapy with targeted drugs or immunotherapy
- Radiobiology biomarkers for precision radiotherapy
13-15 March 2018: The Royal College of paediatrics and child health Conference
The RCPCH Conference returns to Glasgow for what promises to be an energising three days of inspirational talks, informative workshops and exclusive networking opportunities. The theme for the conference is ‘Children First – Ethics, Morality and Advocacy in Childhood’ and there will be a selection of workshops and talks taking place throughout three days that will explore this crucial area.The packed conference programme will offer great learning opportunities with a wide choice of sessions allowing delegates to plan the conference to suit their interests.
Book your place today to enjoy all that the RCPCH Conference and the city of Glasgow has to offer.
Early bird booking is currently open, saving you up to 25% on your conference booking. Reserve your place today to take advantage of these discounted rates. For more information click here.
15 March 2018: 5th symposium on molecular pathology in oncology – Hot Topics
The meeting will engage and inform all health professionals and researchers interested in molecular diagnostics in cancer. The faculty will be available for lively discussion and debate between sessions. 5th-Symposium-on-Molecular-pathology-in-oncology-Hot-topics-2018_0.pdf
15-16 march 2018: 12th World Hematologists Congress
The 12th World Hematologists Congress is going to be held in London and is expected to be the largest and best platform for all the scientists, Hematologists, oncologists, pathologists, surgeons, nurses, research scholars, business professionals, students who are working in the field of Hematology and Blood Disorder.
Theme: Defining a New Outlook and Forefront Research in Hematology
12th World Hematologists Congress will include speaker talks, brief keynote presentations, workshops and exhibitions, where researchers and associations will exchange ideas and discuss the methodology for new Diagnostics and treatment methods for Blood Cancers and Hematologic Disorders, Management and Care of Patients, new approaches emerging in Hematology and Oncology etc.
Prestigious hematologists, Hematology Oncology educators, postgraduates, affiliations and business meanders will gather under the same rooftop. Hematology and Oncology Conferences and meetings are planned on the subject “Defining a New Outlook and Forefront Research in Hematology” PROGRAMME
- Young Researchers
- Medical Students
- Physicians/Consultants/ General Practitioners
- Presidents & Vice Presidents/ Directors / Administrators
- Business Entrepreneurs
- Haematology Pharma Companies
- Medical Devices Companies
- Hematology Associations/ Societies
CME Accredited Hematologists 2018 will be organized by ConferenceSeries Ltd which is comprised of 3000+ Global Events with over 1000+ Conferences, 1200+ Symposiums and 1200+Workshops on diverse Medical, Pharmaceutical, Clinical, Engineering, Science, Technology, Business and Management field is organizing conferences all over the globe. ConferenceSeries Ltd through its international conferences provides an excellent opportunity for the budding scientists and young researchers through its special initiatives like Young Researcher Forum, Poster Presentation and E-poster and Live Streaming, B2B and Scientific Meetings.
With people from around the world focused on getting some answers concerning Hematology and Oncology, this is a great opportunity to connect with world-renowned Hematologists, Oncologists, researchers, surgeons and specialists and get name affirmation at this 2-day event. Broadly acclaimed speakers, the most recent frameworks, methodologies, and the most current updates in Hematology and Oncology field are indications of this conference.
- Hematologic Disorders
- Blood Disorders
- Hematology Oncology
- Hematology Nursing
- Pediatric Hematology
- Veterinary Hematology
- Blood Disorders: Diagnosis & Treatment
- Stem Cell Research
- Clinical and Experimental Hematology
- Pharmaceutical Hematology
- Biomarkers in Hematology
- Clinical trials
- Case reports and Epidemiology
17 March 2018: Everything you ever wanted to know about: The Role of Radiology in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
This one-day course is aimed at all radiographers, nurses, doctors and all other clinicians wanting to know more about the role of imaging in cancer care. This study day will provide a greater understanding of the role of radiology in the diagnosis and treatment of cancers and the role that diagnostic imaging plays within this. Imaging study day 2018_0.pdf
27 - 31 August 2018: The 6th Annual Immuno-Oncology Summit
Venue: Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA. Short Courses provide in-depth, hands on learning experience! Round table discussions offer facilitated networking to share cutting-edge IO research. Immuno-Oncology Summit hosted over 550 international delegates. People gather for the Plenary Keynote Session focused on immunotherapy reimbursement and regulatory approval. Poster presenter shares his research in the expanded exhibit hall. Packed Exhibit Hall provides networking and poster viewing.
Cambridge Healthtech Institute's 5th Annual Immuno-Oncology Summit – Powering Next Generation Targeted Immunotherapies – saw record attendance! Over 550 delegates hailing from 26 countries gathered in Boston for a week-long summit of cutting-edge presentations by established Pharma & Biotech thought-leaders, top academics and researchers, and a collection of emerging scientists exploring next-generation breakthroughs in the burgeoning area of immuno-oncology. In addition to productive and energetic conference sessions, the exhibit hall also enjoyed record turnout, playing host to 36 exhibit booths and 39 poster presentations.
18 - 19 April: The 5th annual Genomic Medicine 2018 Edinbugh conference
The next, 5th annual Genomic Medicine 2018 Edinbugh conference on 18th & 19th April at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh has gone through a few changes – firstly it’s moved from Glasgow to Edinburgh due to the fact that a number of our University and Hospital partners are from Edinburgh so it seemed like a fair and natural move for this year’s meeting. Secondly, there has been a name change – so whilst you don’t see “NGS” or Next Generation Sequencing in the title, it will still form the backbone of these meetings – however, our strong focus on the use of NGS and related genomic technologies to look at human disease meant that this name change was also a natural step. Thus we hope to cover the latest updates and innovations in NGS technologies and applications, national genome projects, use of health records, rare diseases & cancer and many more areas which you can check by clicking on the agenda. This year event was organized in partnership with:
- Polyomics at University of Glasgow
- South East Scotland Genetic Service
- Edinburgh Genomics
- MRC Human Genetics Unit (University of Edinburgh)
Speakers include Prof Tim Aitman (Edinurgh), Prof James Allan (Newcastle), Prof Darren Monckton (Glasgow), Prof Charlie Gourley (Edinburgh), Prof Caroline Hayward (Edinburgh), Dr Mandy Drake (Edinburgh) and many more.
1 - 3 May 2018: Brain Tumour Conference 2018
Our inaugural Brain Tumour Conference will unite the brightest minds in cancer research to discuss and debate some of the greatest issues in the field. Our multidisciplinary programme combines expertise from across the breadth of brain tumour research, together with insights from allied disciplines, to spark new opportunities for collaborative research.
Although survival rates for most cancers have shown an encouraging upward trend, the fearsome complexity of the brain, and the plethora of different disease subtypes, has left brain tumour survival languishing at the bottom of the table.
Our intention is to provide a stimulating environment where scientists from across the research pipeline can showcase new discoveries, spark new collaborations, and create the synergy needed to accelerate progress for patients.
04 June 2018: Paediatric Solid Tumour Study Day
The event aims to enhance knowledge of paediatric oncology solid tumour treatment and management.
It has been developed specifically for paediatric oncology nurses and healthcare professionals caring for children with cancer in either primary treatment centres, shared care hospitals or within the community.
It may also be beneficial to doctors with limited paediatric oncology knowledge and experience. Paediatric-Solid-Tumour-2018.pdf
25 - 27 june 2018: Cancer and Metabolism conference
Venue: Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, UK. This conference will cover the basic and latest aspects of the metabolic transformation in cancer and will highlight potential therapeutic approaches to target cancer-specific metabolic pathways.Topics covered will include:
- Introduction to metabolism and metabolic signaling in cancer
- Advanced technologies in cancer metabolism
- Targeting metabolism for cancer therapy
Deadlines for abstracts:
Talk abstracts: March 5, 2018Please see our website for more details including abstract guidelines
Poster abstracts: May 1, 2018
30 june - 03 July 2018: 25th Biennial Congress of the European Association for Cancer Research
Venue: Amsterdam. EACR25 Advance Programme 052017.pdf
Topics to be covered include:
- Animal Models
- Clinical Developments in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Solid Tumors
- DNA Damage
- EACR 50th Anniversary - Celebrating European Science
- Genetic Background Matters
- Invasion and Metastasis
- Late-Breaking Therapies
- Mechanisms of Resistance to Tumour Therapy
- Microbiome and Cancer
- Models for Immunotherapy
- Opening/Opening Lecture
- Paediatric Cancers
- Response and Resistance in Cancer Immunotherapy
- Robustness in Science
- Stem Cells
- Systems Medicine - Making Sense of Big Data
- Technological Advances
- The RAS Pathway and Cancer
- Tracking Cancer in the Blood
- Tumour Evolution
- Tumour Heterogeneity and Evolution
- Tumour Metabolism
- Tumour Microenvironment
- Underlying Principles of Immunotherapy
- Understanding Informatics, Learn a New Language
- Understanding Mechanistic Principles
03 - 05 July 2018: The 98th annual meeting of the british association of dermatologists
Venue: Edinburgh International Conference Centre, UK
The 98th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Dermatologists will take place on 3rd - 5th July 2018. More information about the conference to follow. Abstract submission deadline: Midnight Monday 8th January 2018.
Link to venue: http://www.eicc.co.uk/
11 - 13 october 2018: 36th world cancer conference
Venue: Zurich, Switzerland
The 36th World Cancer Conference will be held in Zurich, Switzerland during October 11-13, 2017. The conference will be organised around the theme ‘Interchange the scientific enlightenment about cancer research’. World Cancer 2018 is the premier event that brings together a unique and International mix of experts, researchers and decision makers both from academia and industry across the globe to exchange their knowledge, experience and research innovations to build Cancer Research scientists, industrialists and entrepreneurs meet.
04 - 06 November 2018: ncri cancer conference
Venue: Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow
16 - 19 November 2018: 50th Annual Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology
Venue: Kyoto, Japan.
The 50th Annual Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology will take place
November 16-19, 2018 in Kyoto, Japan. Experience 4 outstanding days of cutting-edge science, engaging debates and networking with world renowned experts.
04 - 06 december 2018: 3rd Global Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Congress
Venue: Sydney, Australia.
The 3rd Global Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Congress is a must attend event for healthcare professionals, researchers and advocates working in AYA cancer care internationally. More information to follow.