Funded in partnership with the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), our new Transatlantic Fellowships provide high-potential early-career researchers with a unique opportunity to accelerate their careers. The Fellowships offer £300,000/$400,000 over four years to support the development of recently graduated PhDs and early-career postdocs into independent researchers at top institutions in the United Kingdom and the United States.Read More
Twenty years ago, the American Association for Cancer Research launched Women in Cancer Research (WICR), a membership group designed to recognize the scientific achievements of female cancer scientists and provide support in their career endeavors.
The group has thrived for the past two decades, increasing the visibility of women in cancer research, creating professional development opportunities for female investigators-in-training, and growing into a community in which women can discuss the challenges and successes of female scientists.Read More
On February 4, 2019, organizations around the globe will come together to recognize World Cancer Day, bringing awareness to the immense burden of cancer that continues to be felt throughout the world. Joining the global community in showing support to all those affected by cancer, the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) raises awareness about cancer and cancer research by educating the public about cancer, both in the United States and internationally.Read More
The 30th Anniversary AACR Special Conference Convergence: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and Prediction in Cancer is focusing on a relatively new interdisciplinary field that seeks to further cancer research through the use of mathematics and computation, among other disciplines.
We had the opportunity to speak with both co-chairs about convergence and several areas of interest that will be discussed at the upcoming meeting, to be held Oct. 14-17 in Newport, Rhode Island.Read More
On Sunday, Margaret Foti, PhD, MD (hc), chief executive officer of the AACR, met with the president of Israel, Reuven Rivlin, at his residence in Jerusalem.
Foti has had a long, fruitful relationship with the Israeli cancer community. Her meeting with Rivlin and First Lady Nechama Rivlin was coordinated by longtime friend and colleague Miri Ziv, the Director General of the Israel Cancer Association.Read More
Editor’s note: Progress and Promise Against Cancer is the AACR’s initiative to educate the public about cancer and cancer research. This event is part of a live and online event …Read More
Today, September 24, 2018, is World Cancer Research Day. The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) is proud to join cancer organizations, associations, and researchers from around the world in supporting this global initiative that aims to raise awareness about the importance of cancer research for saving lives.Read More
Today, the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) released its eighth annual Cancer Progress Report. The report highlights how federally funded research that provides a deep understanding of the complexities of cancer is spurring advances across the clinical cancer care continuum and improving survival and quality of life for people around the world.Read More
The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) publishes eight esteemed scientific journals. Each month, these journals feature a wide range of peer-reviewed research that encompasses the entire spectrum of cancer science. Some of the world’s leading cancer scientists publish articles in our journals, contributing greatly toward the AACR’s mission to prevent and cure cancer through research, education, communication, and collaboration.
We are pleased to debut a new feature on the blog, Editors’ Picks. Each month, AACR journal editors will share a curated list of original articles, representing each publication. While our journals are subscription-based, the stories featured in Editors’ Picks will be freely available for the month.Read More
The AACR Annual Meeting 2018 drew more than 22,600 people to Chicago, providing a front-row seat to some exciting developments in cancer research. Whether it was the practice-changing results of …Read More