Special Program for High School Students
The Conquest of Cancer and the Next Generation of Cancer Researchers
The AACR is committed to the education and training of the next generation of able and dedicated cancer researchers and to facilitating and nurturing their careers in cancer research or cancer-related biomedical science. The leadership of the AACR feels strongly that it is important to stimulate excitement and enthusiasm about cancer research at an early stage when young science students are making career decisions.
The Special Program for High School Students promotes interactions between senior cancer scientists and promising students in order to facilitate the contributions of these students to scientific research and the conquest of cancer. Thanks to our sponsor, Aflac, for supporting this mission.
The session will include:
- Lectures from distinguished scientists as well as a moving talk from a survivor battling cancer;
- Information on internships and career opportunities; and
- A complimentary lunchtime reception which includes student poster presentations, informal networking with cancer scientists, and information about summer internships.
Join us in the global conquest of cancer. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to learn about cancer research and careers in biomedical research and medicine. The session is free, but space is limited.
The next Special Program for High School Students will take place as part of:
AACR Annual Meeting 2020
San Diego, California
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Register your students for this session!
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