Past virtual events – watch on demand

Didn’t get a chance to join one of our webinars? Don’t worry, we’ve recorded each session so you can catch up on the latest breakthroughs, ongoing developments and updates in the cancer research landscape. To access the recordings please register (for free) to watch the videos on-demand. 

 


In conversation with…Elli Papaemmanuil

Chair: Professor Mark Lawler, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
Speaker: Elli Papaemmanuil, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA

Join Dr Papaemmanuil and Mark Lawler as they discuss how big data is influencing our understanding of genomics and how it can be applied to cancer research. 

 

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What’s new in sarcoma research?

Chair: Dr Paul Huang, Institute of Cancer Research (ICR)
Speakers: Professor Bernadette Brennan, Dr Robin Jones and Professor Paolo Dei Tos

This virtual session focuses on new research in sarcoma, with particular emphasis on the results of practice-changing trials. Speakers offer updates on new data recently presented at ASCO, the new WHO sarcoma classification and its impact and influence on UK practice.

 

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What’s new in prostate cancer?

Chair: Professor Hashim Ahmed, Imperial College London
Speakers: Professor Robert Bristow, Dr Suneil Jain and Professor Ian Mills

This session focuses on the recent advances in prostate cancer, with particular emphasis on the results of practice-changing trials. Speakers provide updates on new data recently presented at ASCO and AACR, and its impact on UK practice.

 

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In conversation with…Vinay Prasad

Chair: Dr Richard Simcock, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
Speaker: Dr Vinay Prasad, University of California San Francisco, USA

Join Dr Vinay Prasad and Dr Richard Simcock as they discuss ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’ in clinical research; what we can learn and what we can improve. They also explore the similarities and differences between the UK and USA systems, and consider the lessons learnt so far during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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NCRI-BSI In conversation with…Karin de Visser

Chair: Dr Eileen Parkes, University of Oxford
Speaker: Professor Karin de Visser, The Netherlands Cancer Institute and Leiden University

Join Karin as she discusses inflammation and cancer – the impact of the immune system on metastatic breast cancer and therapy response.

Jointly organised with the British Society for Immunology