Current TME Announcements
We look forward to seeing you at the TME events at the AACR Annual Meeting 2020!
Be sure to watch for updated information on the AACR Annual Meeting 2020 and how you can register and reserve lodging! We especially look forward to seeing you at the TME events being planned to take place there.
Remember, too, that the "Call for Abstracts" is now open until Dec. 5, 2019 and early registration until Dec. 20, 2019!
Plan now to attend the TME Special Conference 2021
The TME Steering Committee looks forward to seeing all TME members, and those from related research fields, at this exciting and informative conference, "The Evolving Tumor Microenvironment in Cancer Progression: Mechanisms and Emerging Therapeutic Opportunities" to be held Jan. 9-12, 2021, at the Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Mark your calendar now to attend this special event! More details will follow when they are confirmed.
Transdisciplinary (TD) Training Opportunity in Energetics and Cancer!
This is the fourth year of building a diverse community of TD researchers, including those interested in cancer disparities. We invite you to apply to our mentored program: The Transdisciplinary Research on Energetics and Cancer (TREC) Training Workshop.
The Workshop builds upon the NCI TREC Initiative and covers topics across the cancer control and T0-T4 continuua.
Funded by the USA's National Cancer Institute and led by Yale University’s Dr. Melinda Irwin, with a Senior Advisory Board and expert international faculty, this program builds capacity in TD energetics and cancer research and is designed for early career investigators (i.e., junior faculty and postdocs). This five-day, in-residence Workshop is offered annually and places emphasis on developing and applying TD competencies focused on energetics (i.e. obesity, diet and exercise) and cancer. Faculty span an array of professional disciplines, from basic scientists to clinicians to behavioral and population scientists. Formal didactic learning is integrated with one-on-one dialog and small group discussions to enable fellows to learn from each other, from faculty, and to develop a TD network.
The 4th annual course will be held June 21-26, 2020 at Water’s Edge Resort, Westbrook, Connecticut, USA.
Our grant allows us to accept up to 10 per cent of our cohort from international applicants (hence, up to two international scholars as our cohort size is 20 fellows). Per our funding grant, all applicants’ proposals must be “strongly justified on the basis of exceptional relevance to the United States National Institutes of Health.” Limited funding for airfare for international travelers is available. All rooming costs are covered. Each year to-date, we have accepted at least one international fellow.
Notification of Intent to apply (very simple, informal email) is due no later than Monday, Dec. 16, 2019. Full application is due no later than Wed., January 15, 2020.
Be sure to see the AACR blog: Cancer Research Catalyst!
See current information on scientific research and events in the AACR's blog Cancer Research Catalyst and how you can submit content!
CancerCareers Discounts Available
Be sure to check out www.cancercareers.org for career opportunities. TME members now receive a 15 percent discount for all employment postings. Use the code TMEAD when submitting your advertisement to receive this special rate. You can also sign-up for job alerts and refine a job search by a specific research area. Look on the right side of the website for these options.
If you would like to submit an announcement for consideration, please note:
Employment opportunities should be sent to cancercareers.org for posting consideration on that website. Please refer all questions regarding employment posting to CustomerService@CancerCareers.org.
Postings of a non-employment nature may be sent to email@example.com for review and possible future posting on the TME Announcements.
Best regards from everyone at the AACR, and sincere appreciation for your