ESMO 2014 Young Oncologist Activities

Get ready for your ESMO 2014 Congress experience in Madrid

There are plenty of reasons to take part in this year’s key European oncology meeting: it’s all about discovering new findings, learning from the oncology experts and also a unique opportunity to network, meeting with colleagues from around the world and making new important contacts.

We'd like to assist you in getting the most out of it!

First of all: get your logistics sorted early

Register early to save

There’s a lot to save by registering early for the congress, regardless if you are an ESMO member or not. ESMO junior members benefit from a 60€ fee all the way up to start of congress, though.

Register to ESMO 2014

Accommodation especially for Young Oncologists – an additional networking opportunity!

As something new this year, we propose a selection of hotels in Madrid with priority for Young Oncologists – these are 1, 2, and 3 stars hotels with prices ranging from 61-173 € per night. Check out here to find out which would suit you best (services and estimated travel time to the congress venue are available when you click on the hotel name) – and don’t hold off too long before booking, it’s first come, first served!

Book your Young Oncologist hotel

Your dedicated Young Oncologist Track – sessions not to be missed

Check out this year’s YO Track which is packed with practical tips, information and take home messages from other young oncologists, those who have recently walked the career path you are on at the moment and senior key opinion leaders.

Discover the YO Track details

Meet with your colleagues in the ESMO Members’ Lounge

For ESMO members this is THE place to visit at least once during congress, to catch up with your international peers, check your emails on the available workstations, pick up the latest educational literature, grab a snack at lunch or coffee time, and of course renew your membership or merely update your personal details with our friendly ESMO staff.

Watch this space for more updates on the ESMO 2014 experience for Young Oncologists over the summer.