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Methods in Clinical Cancer Research (MCCR) 2021

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Start date
13 Nov 2021
End date
18 Nov 2021

Join the EORTC-ESMO-AACR Workshop on Methods in Clinical Cancer Research for an inspiring experience and a greater understanding of cancer research!

The MCCR workshop aims to develop future leading clinical investigators in conducting clinical trials in cancer. The week-long course has provided training to over 1800 investigators from all over the world since its’ inception in 1999. 

For this edition, 60 students will be selected using a competitive application process that consists of a protocol concept, personal statement, and support from a current mentor. Those accepted to the Workshop will have access to world-renowned faculty members who, through the course of the Workshop, will help students develop concept sheets into IRB-ready clinical trials, ready for submission at their own institutions. 

Main benefits of attending the MCCR workshop

  • Six day scientific programme incorporates four educational formats to respond to a variety of learning needs 
  • Exclusive access to and mentoring by highly experienced clinical experts in the field of oncology 
  • Exceptional opportunity to meet and network with an elite group of junior clinical oncologists from all over the world 
  • Outstanding educational experience in a unique setting conducive to professional relationship building, learning and development 
  • Access to a variety of educational tools designed to enable participants to develop their initial protocol proposal into a complete protocol 
  • Membership to a network for educational exchanges between young cancer clinicians worldwide

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