Childhood Cancer Research Symposium
2022 Symposium details to be advised.
The Childhood Cancer Research Symposium is an annual event, hosted onsite at Hudson Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, Australia, since 2015.
A key scientific event for paediatric cancer researchers and clinicians, it attracts around 150 attendees each year. Attendees learn about the latest developments and advancements in paediatric cancer research and cutting-edge strategies, technologies and solutions for basic and translational research, including clinical implications.
Speakers include world-renowned leaders in childhood cancer research and clinical care. Since 2018, each Symposium has included a parent sharing “The Parent Perspective”.
2018 Symposium program – speaker bios and talk titles
2019 Symposium program – speaker bios and talk titles
2020 Symposium program – speaker bios and talk titles
2021 Symposium program – speaker bios and talk titles
The strategic goals of the Childhood Cancer Research Symposium include
- Establishing an international presence and reputation in paediatric cancer research;
Facilitating international partnerships to accelerate the pace of progress in the field of childhood cancer research and clinical care, while building and fostering long-term collaborative relationships with international leaders in the field; and
- Staying abreast of new technologies, clinical trials and scientific discoveries internationally that can be adopted and implemented within Australia.
We appreciate the generous support of our premium partner – the Children’s Cancer Foundation – as well as the support of the Isabella and Marcus Foundation and the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation.
Hudson Institute of Medical Research
27–31 Wright Street, Clayton Vic 3168, Australia
t: + 61 3 8572 2773