2017 NCI-UMD Partnership for Integrative Cancer Research Annual Symposium
Our National Cancer Institute-University of Maryland (NCI-UMD) Partnership for Integrative Cancer Research reflecting the broad interests of our participating NCI and UMD researchers. We are delighted to invite you to our annual NCI-UMD Partnership for Integrative Cancer Research Symposium on Friday, February 17, 2017 from 9am-5pm which will take place in Bethesda, Maryland at the National Institutes of Health's Porter Building (Building 35a) Room 640. Please register and plan to participate in our February symposium which will feature a Keynote by Dr. Robert Singer (Albert Einstein College of Medicine). The full schedule will be announced shortly.

Our Cancer Research Symposium aims to foster interactions between NCI and UMD in biophysics, systems biology, bioengineering and bioinformatics in addition to highlighting results from current collaborations. Researchers from other NIH institutes are welcome to participate and collaborate with our UMD colleagues. We will have a series of short talks and posters, and ample break time to discuss and develop joint research projects. We'll pass out information and guidelines for preparing proposals for joint projects whereby the Partnership may support students for up to two years (and possibly a third). The deadline for submitting proposals is March 31, 2017, with project starting dates by the beginning of the Fall 2017 semester.

Seating and poster space is limited, so please provide the information requested to register for our symposium.

NCI Partnership Directors:
Carole Parent, parentc@mail.nih.gov
Dan Larson, dan.larson@nih.gov

UMD Partnership Director:
Wolfgang Losert, wlosert@umd.edu

First Name *
Your answer
Last Name *
Your answer
Email Address *
Your answer
Affiliation (e.g. LCHB/CCR or Chem/UMD) *
Your answer
Status *
If student or postdoc, please enter your advisor.
Your answer
Will you be presenting a poster?
If yes, please provide the poster title.
Your answer
And please list other authors.
Your answer
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of UMD ECE. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms