The Conference brings together a unique mix of people working in basic, translational and clinical research and it is the ideal setting to network, discuss ideas and establish new collaborations in one meeting. Anyone working or aspiring to work in research related to cancer is welcome to attend.
Yes, single day rates apply to those attending the Conference for one day only. By selecting this category you will have access to the Conference only for the day you have selected. If you are attending for more than one day, either the double day or the full registration rates apply.
Double day rates apply to those attending the Conference for two consecutive days only. By selecting this category you will have access to the Conference only on the days that you have selected. If you are attending for more than two days or on non-consecutive days, either individual day rates or full registration rates apply.
We are only able to accept bookings linked to a unique email address so although you will be able to create a booking and amend the delegate’s name at a later date, a unique email address will have to be provided when registering. To amend the delegate name at a later date, you will have to log into your registration account using the email address provided. Please ensure that you have registered and paid the appropriate registration fee by Sunday 21 October 2018.
The 2018 NCRI Cancer Conference has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians for 24 category 1 (external) CPD credits.
Please complete the appropriate section of the electronic Conference survey to request your certificate. A link to the survey will be sent to you after the Conference. Certificates will only be sent electronically and may take up to 10 working days.
Full refunds for Conference bookings will only be offered for cancellations made in writing up to 48 hours after the booking, provided there are at least 30 working days before the event starting date. After 48 hours of the booking, refunds will incur a £50 administration charge. No refunds will be offered for cancellations made within 30 working days of the Conference, however it is possible to substitute a delegate with another in the same category until 15 working days prior to the Conference starting date. Delegate changes are only accepted in writing.
Press passes are limited and will only be offered to journalists or media outlets capable of reaching large or influential audiences. Press passes may be offered to other organisations’ press officers (strictly 1 pass per organisation) if they are planning specific coverage of the Conference and they have a track record of coverage in areas related to cancer research. Press pass requests should be sent to email@example.com
If your abstract has been submitted for the first round (not for late breaking abstracts), upon submission you may select more than one type of award. Details for prizes and awards at the 2018 NCRI Cancer Conference will be released shortly.
You must register for the Conference in order to be able to present your poster. You must use the same email address you used to submit your abstract when you register.
Posters will be presented in electronic format and further guidelines can be found here. All accepted presenters will be emailed a link to submit their e-poster before the end of July (first round) or before the end of September (late breaking abstracts).
Yes, they can. Please advise the NCRI Conference and Events Team of any substitute presenter by Sunday 7 October 2018. The substitute must register and pay for the Conference by Sunday 21 October 2018 at the latest.
The 2018 NCRI Cancer Conference will be held at the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow, UK. The full address is: Scottish Event Campus, Exhibition Way, Finnieston, Glasgow, G3 8YW, Scotland. View the venue page for further information.
Convenient parking is available in the multi-storey car park at a cost of £16 per 24 hours. Payment can be made by cash or credit/debit card on arrival or before departure. A map and directions can be found here.
Yes, the Conference App is the essential guide for an up-to-date programme, exhibitor list and event news. The App allows all delegates to build their own programme and contact other delegates through in-App messaging, and will be released a few weeks prior to the Conference.
The National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) and Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation invites A Level students and their teachers to take part in this special event taking place at the 2018 NCRI Cancer Conference.