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Important Strategies for Success in Cancer Science: Keys for Early-stage Investigators

Monday, May 17, 11:45 am-1:15 pm ET

Organized as a collaborative effort between the Associate Member Council (AMC), Minorities in Cancer Research (MICR) Council, Women in Cancer Research (WICR) Council, and the AACR Science Education and Career Advancement Committee, we are excited to offer this unique opportunity for new investigators at the junior faculty/equivalent level to learn skills and strategies for addressing questions that can affect their success in the first independent leadership position. Designed specifically for those who have already made the transition from trainee to the next career stage inside and outside academia, this is a must-attend session for all early-stage investigators.

REGISTRATION

To register, login to myAACR and select “Applications/Awards” across the top menu bar. After you click on Applications/Awards, select “View All Activities”, search for “2021 Important Strategies for Success in Cancer Science: Keys for Early-stage Investigators” and click on the application link to provide your contact information.

Please contact us at [email protected] with any questions.

Pre-registration is required and exclusively to AACR Virtual Annual Meeting 2021 registrants.

OVERVIEW

Session Co-Chairs:

Angelo De Marzo, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland  

Jose G. Treviño, III, MD, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia 

This session will include an interactive panel discussion and will provide a unique opportunity for new investigators at the junior faculty/equivalent level to learn skills and strategies for addressing questions that can affect their success in the first independent leadership position. Designed specifically for those who have already made the transition from trainee to the next career stage inside and outside academia, this is a must-attend session for early-stage investigators.