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Sergio Quezada
Professor of Cancer Immunology at UCL Cancer Institute and CRUK Fellow
Cancer Research UK Eureka Virtual School
Location:Online
DateJuly 12 - 14
Time12:00 - 18:00 BST
EligibilityThis course is open to UK-based early career researchers working in oncology (clinical and non-clinical, post-docs and PhD students in their final year of study)
Learning Outcomes
  • Articulate how a translational approach to scientific research can speed up the development of new ideas to improve the lives of people living with cancer
  • Describe the critical role of patients in translational research and list ways of engaging with them in the process;
  • Define the basic knowledge and skills required in translating your research;
  • Grow your professional network of translational researchers
Programme ScheduleClick here for programme schedule
Course DirectorRichard Foty Ph.D
Assistant Professor, Translational Research Programme

Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology

Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada
Email: Richard.foty@utoronto.ca

Cancer Research UK Eureka Virtual School: A Translational Approach to Oncology Research

Cancer Research UK is offering 30 places to a 3-day virtual school to introduce cancer researchers to Translational Medicine in collaboration with the Eureka Institute, to accelerate the translation of research to benefit people with cancer.

Through a series of seminars, case studies and professional development sessions, researchers will be introduced to the value of Translational Medicine and strategies for its application in cancer research. This is a unique opportunity to network with researchers working in Translational Medicine. This interactive experience will equip you with the fundamentals to support you to translate your research. It includes translational approaches to addressing health care challenges, the critical role of patients, intellectual property, regulation, collaboration, critical thinking, reflection, creative problem solving and communication.

About Cancer Research UK’s Entrepreneurial Programmes
This is part of Cancer Research UK’s Entrepreneurial Programmes Initiative, which promotes a culture of entrepreneurship amongst cancer researchers in the UK.

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