Virtual Webinar Programme

Our weekly webinar series has been designed to ensure you stay connected with what’s happening in the cancer research landscape. Learn and discover the latest breakthroughs, ongoing developments and research updates. Scroll down to find out more about each webinar and register your place for free. Make sure you check back regularly as we release more details about upcoming webinars!


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Demystifying patient and public involvement in cancer research

Date: Thursday 12 November 2020
Time: 12:00 -13:00 (GMT)
Chair: Emma Kinloch, Chair of NCRI Consumer Forum, UK
Speakers: Alison Fielding, Dave Chuter, Professor Hisham Mehanna, Tim Banks

This session aims to explain the role of patient and public involvement (PPI) in cancer research, why it is important and how you can get involved. Panellists will share their experiences of being a PPI representative (also known as ‘consumers’) or working with PPI representatives. The session aims to highlight the range of different involvement opportunities across the NCRI Partnership and beyond, with a view to encouraging many more people to get involved in cancer research

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In conversation with…Lucie Heinzerling

Date: Tuesday 17 November 2020
Time: 13:00 -13:45 (GMT)
Chair: TBC
Speaker: Professor Dr Lucie Heinzerling, University Hospital Erlangen, Germany

This session will focus on skin cancers (mainly malignant melanoma and Merkle cell carcinoma) and our understanding of the role that the immune system plays in their pathogenesis. The discussion will explore therapy resistance and consider the role of combination therapies – especially in the context of metastatic disease – deliberating key considerations in the preclinical and clinical settings. The discussion will explore key unanswered questions with a bench to bedside and back approach.

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