‘At the Limits’ is leading medical education; enabling leading academics, scientists, researchers, specialists and clinicians to meet in an inspiring and stimulating academic environment. The meetings are supported by Industry and we encourage supporters to attend with a delegation of senior medical personnel to build and maintain the relationships between medicine and industry which are so essential for the development and understanding of successful patient care.
Meetings take place throughout the year, across the globe with upcoming events on London, Cape Town, Shenzhen and Singapore
Please register to be kept informed of upcoming meetings.
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‘At the Limits’ is pleased to announce a new event in 2017, the inaugural
Accelerating Cancer Immunotherapy Conference
to be held in London from 29th – 30th March 2017.
The Chairs, Dr Sergio Quezada (UCL, London) & Professor Padmanee Sharma (MD Anderson, Houston, TX)are bringing together the global leaders in cancer immunotherapy discovery with front-line clinicians, payers, investors and journalists to build a dedicated European immunotherapy community, and to accelerate knowledge in this fastest moving area of Oncology.
We’ll announce the speakers and programme in Autumn 2016, so register now to receive information as soon as it’s announced, and to have ‘early-bird’ offers sent straight to your inbox.
To discuss the opportunity of sponsorship please contact David Jones, Events Director, for further details; firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW FOR 2016
In association with our colleagues at the UCL Cancer Institute we’re creating five new 1-day meetings in 2016 to update practicing oncologists, nurses and scientists on advances in specific tumor types; Haematology, Urology, Women’s Health, Lung, and Gastrointestinal Oncology. The meetings will be held at UCL and feature presentations and discussions designed to enable oncologists to enhance cancer care and understand the breakthroughs which will directly affect them and their patients.
All meetings are now open for registration (all places are free of charge).