A new TRANSCAN-2 brochure, highlighting key achievements, is available for download.
The 3rd and final TRANSCAN-2 symposium on Tumour Heterogeneity was held in Milan on October 24th
The symposium included talks from the funded consortia of JTC2014 co-funded by the EU, an exciting discussion on the impact and added value of transnational collaborations on cancer research and a poster prize competition for young scientists.
The event was hosted by Regione Lombardia, Italy, with the collaboration of Fondazione Regionale per la Ricerca Biomedica
JTC 2017 on: Translational research on rare cancers
12 projects selected for funding, visit the page
JTC 2016 on: Minimally and non-invasive methods for early detection and/or progression of cancer.
JTC 2015 on: Immunology and immunotherapy of cancer: strengthening the translational aspects.
JTC 2014 on: Translational research on human tumour heterogeneity to overcome recurrence and resistance to therapy.