The NCRI Cancer Conference is the UK’s largest forum showcasing the latest advances in cancer research. The Conference provides a platform for researchers, clinicians, people affected by cancer and industry representatives to come together to discuss, present and showcase high-quality research. Informative and interactive educational sessions attract over 1,500 delegates each year and create the ideal setting to establish new collaborations with key stakeholders in cancer research.

View All

Discover the latest research

You can choose from more than 50 educational sessions, read over 500 abstracts, and network with oncology experts at the 2019 NCRI Cancer Conference.

Browse the programme to discover topics that were covered at the 2018 Conference. Next year's programme will be available in early 2019.

View 2018 programme

Raise your profile

Want to raise your profile in the cancer research community? There are many opportunities for you to target oncology professionals at the NCRI Cancer Conference

Choose from a wide range of sponsorship and exhibition packages to show your commitment to cancer research in the UK.

Find out more

Share your findings

Submit an abstract to showcase your research to over 1,500 oncology professionals, receive feedback from your peers, and gain recognition in the cancer research community.

Browse and search abstracts from all NCRI Conferences dating back to 2008 using the search and filter options.

Browse abstracts

Conference testimonials

“All the speakers were very good presenters and were very engaging to all the backgrounds that were attending – the talks were very accessible regardless of background or prior knowledge.”

“There was a great selection of sessions running parallel to one another, so there was plenty of choice for what to attend.”


“Good opportunity to catch up/network with colleagues”

“Fantastic opportunity to help build my knowledge and understanding to better support my role as an NCRI Consumer.”

“The NCRI conference gives a great overview of cancer research in the UK, and worldwide – covering everything from basic science to clinical trials. Every year there will be at least one or two sessions highly relevant to my own work, plus many others that enlighten on developments in very different areas.”

“Attending the conference always gives me good update about progress in cancer treatment and further directions in current research”

“Best way to keep abreast of the broad spectrum of research and by far the best networking opportunities. It is also a chance to meet some extremely well-informed and enthusiastic patient representatives.”