The Irish Association for Cancer Research is an All Ireland non-profit organisation for cancer researchers in the Irish biomedical community.
Our aim is to bring researchers from different disciplines together to share their expertise, latest information to help promote greater understanding about cancer to ultimately help reduce the burden of cancer.
We believe that only by working together across all disciplines and centres can we hope to generate a world class environment for cancer research in Ireland.
2015 FYI NEWS
The ‘Game of Epigenomics’ conference will celebrate the great diversity in the epigenomics field, reflecting both on DNA and protein modifications. The conference will host international and national leaders in the field, covering the spectrum of epigenomic research, presenting data from diverse model systems as well as clinical research and new insights in disease epigenomics. The conference will move from basic epigenetic mechanisms and chromatin structure, epigenomics and epigenomic technologies to clinical and translational epigenetics.
Reed more at http://goe.irb.hr/
IACR Meeting 2016
We are delighted to announce that our 2016 meeting will be taking place in the Kingsley Hotel, Cork on Thursday 25th and Friday 26th February 2016.
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Career Discussion & Communication Event
“We are delighted to announce that the IACR are holding an inaugural career discussion and communication event on Wednesday the 24th Feb 2016 at 5.30pm in The Kingsley Hotel, Cork. Renowned speakers from academia (Prof Fran Baulkwell), industry (Dr Marta Terrille ), ICORG (Ms Eibhlin Mulroe) and a spin-out company (Dr Stephen Elliman) will give personal insights into their career paths. The Irish Times journalist Grainne Faller will also be discussing the importance of scientific communication. Looking forward to seeing you there for what should be a very exciting session! The IACR Junior Council”
2016 IACR Meeting Programme
The meetings plenary Sessions include: Microbes and Cancer, Immune based therapies in Cancer, Targeting Oncogenic Signalling Networks in Cancer and ‘The New Hallmarks of Cancer’.
To date, our confirmed speakers include: Dr Mark Tangney (UCC, Ireland), Prof Len Seymour (Oxford, UK), Prof Kingston Mills (TCD, Dublin), Prof Gordon Freeman (Dana Farber, Boston), Prof Jochen Prehn (RCSI, Dublin), Prof Ciaran Morrison (NUIG), Dr. Susana Godinho (Barts Cancer Institute, London), Prof John Greally (Albert Einstein, NY) and Prof Fran Balkwill (Barts Cancer Institute, London)
This year, for the first time, we will have an evening session on the Wednesday night before the meeting (the 24th) which has been organised by the recently elected IACR Junior Council. This session focuses on the many career paths available to cancer researchers (particularly post PhD) and on communicating our research to the wider community. This session targets young and new members to the cancer research community, providing a forum for older more experienced researchers/CEO’s/patients to pass on their experiences and advice, through a short talk and a discussion panel. It promises to be great.
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