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The management of older and frailer patients with GBM – are we offering the right treatment to the right patient?

Horizons in Neuro-oncology is a free series of talks and events to encourage collaboration and increase the impact of research in neuro-oncology, hosted by the Computational Oncology Group at Imperial College. The focus is on clinically applicable, or near-clinic, technologies and treatments that might improve patient outcomes, and in developing, supporting and implementing new treatments. […]

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Horizons in Neuro-oncology – February

Horizons in Neuro-oncology is a free series of talks and events to encourage collaboration and increase the impact of research in neuro-oncology, hosted by the Computational Oncology Group at Imperial College. The focus is on clinically applicable, or near-clinic, technologies and treatments that might improve patient outcomes, and in developing, supporting and implementing new treatments. […]

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Multiphase combined treatment for GBM: update and expansion of patient data

Horizons in Neuro-oncology is a free series of talks and events to encourage collaboration and increase the impact of research in neuro-oncology, hosted by the Computational Oncology Group at Imperial College. The focus is on clinically applicable, or near-clinic, technologies and treatments that might improve patient outcomes, and in developing, supporting and implementing new treatments. […]

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How to be a good Chief Investigator for clinical trials

Are you preparing to lead your first clinical trial? Don’t miss your chance to book on this unique course on How to be a good Chief Investigator! The UKCRC Registered Clinical Trials Units are running three one-day workshops across the UK, designed for current and aspiring Chief Investigators of clinical trials. Hosted by Leeds Institute […]

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Queen Square Multidisciplinary Neuro-oncology Teaching Course

What? 2-day educational event delivered by the consultant staff of the UCLH/UCL/National Hospital Neuro-oncology multidisciplinary team. The course is designed for professionals working within the neuro-oncology MDT (e.g. Trainees, Consultants and Clinical Nurse Specialists in the core specialities of neuro-oncology). Other professionals e.g. CNSs and AHPs are welcome but may find some of the content quite […]

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Cambridge CNS Bootcamp

What? 2-day educational event aimed at consultants, senior trainees, nurses, physicists, radiographers working in neuro-oncology. Topics likely to include: Cannabinoids in glioma Targeted therapies for benign tumours Efficacy of immunotherapy and TKIs in brain metastases Resilience and managing discussions around brain tumour therapies not available on the NHS Discussion of difficult cases (including radiotherapy plan […]

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The Management of Low-Grade Gliomas (In-Person) Conference

New treatment modalities are also on the horizon. In this meeting we will cover all these aspects of the management of Low-Grade Gliomas, as well as exploring the impact these tumours have on the daily lives of our patients with particular focus on the neuropsychological effects, and on seizure management. The conference is open to […]

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Expressions of interest for AHPs: Consensus Meeting COBra Study

If you are an AHP and would like to join, please email Elin Baddeley – COBra@cardiff.ac.uk before the meeting.  You are being invited to take part in a consensus meeting developed by the COBra study team. Before you decide whether you want to take part, it is important for you to understand why the research […]

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CRUK Brain Tumour Conference 2022

The Cancer Research UK Brain Tumour Conference returns to London on 5–7 September 2022, and is a must-attend meeting for all disciplines interested in brain cancer. Key deadlines: 17 June – abstract submission deadline. We’re inviting submissions on any of the conference themes and giving junior investigators the opportunity to present their work as part of the conference […]

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