There is no better way to fight a disease like cancer than doing it all together. Scientists from Spain, the United Kingdom and Germany will meet in the I Networking Day in cancer research. The event will be held in Manchester and is organized by the Society of Spanish Scientists in the United Kingdom (CERU).
They will gather in the Manchester Cancer Research Center the day November 16re. The event will address issues related to the fight against cancer. Talks, debates and workshops will be given by scientists of the three nationalities. In addition, interactive activities will be carried out to encourage collaboration among participants. The gender equality within the field of research and job opportunities and project financing will also be topics to be discussed.
The day will begin at 9.00 in the morning and end at 16.30. Admission to the event is free, but due to the relevance of the topic, the attendance is estimated to be high. Therefore registration is mandatory.
Among the participants of the conference are names like Violet Serra, from the Oncology Institute of Vall D’Hebron (Barcelona); Andrew Finchfrom the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine of Edinburgh or Maria Munoz Caffarel, from the BioDonostia Research Institute (San Sebastian).
Future days against cancer
In collaboration with CERFA (Spanish Scientists of the German Federal Republic), CERU intends this to be the beginning of several cancer research conventions all over Europe. The second day would take place in Spain (still undated, but around next summer) at the National Cancer Research Center of Madrid. CERU It was created in 2012, to promote communication within the community of Spanish researchers working in the United Kingdom.