The NCRI Cancer Conference

Cancer researchers need to keep pace with new advances across the globe, and to have a national platform on which to share results of their own work.

The NCRI Cancer Conference started in 2005 to provide a forum for researchers from different disciplines to exchange knowledge and ideas. This multidisciplinary focus remains, and the Conference programme showcases the best in basic science, clinical trials, qualitative research and dataset analysis.

After five years in Birmingham, the Conference now takes place in Liverpool. It is the UK’s premier annual cancer research meeting and attracts around 2000 delegates each year.

The Conference has a dedicated website, with details of this year’s conference and dates for registration and abstract submission, as well as an archive of previous meeting abstracts.

► NCRI Cancer Conference website