NCRI Virtual Showcase Registration

After carefully evaluating the development of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 NCRI Cancer Conference, originally scheduled for 2-4 November in Belfast, UK. To ensure you stay connected with what’s happening in the cancer research landscape during this time, our team have created a new weekly webinar series.

We’ve also been working behind the scenes to create an exciting new virtual event which will take place on 2-3 November 2020.

NCRI Virtual Showcase will feature a number of topical sessions, panel discussions and proffered paper presentations covering the latest discoveries across:

  • Big data and AI
  • Prevention and early detection
  • Immunology and immunotherapy
  • Living with and beyond cancer
  • Cancer research and COVID-19
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What’s included in the registration fee?

  • Access to all virtual scientific sessions (and the opportunity to submit questions live)
  • Access to all lightning talks (short punchy presentations designed to give you an overview of the research)
  • Access to all accepted abstracts and e-posters via the NCRI App (with the option of emailing the authors directly)
  • On-demand viewing – session recordings will be available for 30 days after the event
  • Message other delegates securely via the NCRI App
  • Access to speakers slides via the NCRI App
  • CPD points/certificate included (as applicable)
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Please note: delegate registrations are non-transferable. Terms and conditions of booking apply.


(Category A) Industry and commercial employees  £100
(Category B) Clinical consultants (NHS or academic) or equivalent in other countries. £50
(Category C1) Non-clinical academics (including post-docs). £25
(Category C2) Clinicians below consultant level and clinicians in research or clinical training. Clinically qualified students registered for a higher degree. £25
(Category C3) Government and charity workers, research managers and administrators  £25
(Category D) Staff who support research in the NHS, for example, nurses, radiographers, trial and data managers/co-ordinators. £25
(Category E1) Undergraduates or pre-doctoral students. Free
(Category E2) Patient experts, patients and carers involved in cancer research. Free