NCI at AACR Virtual Meetings 2021
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) will be participating in the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Virtual Annual Meeting to be held April 10–15 and May 17–21, 2021.
Visit NCI’s Virtual Booth
Those attending the conference are encouraged to join NCI at our virtual exhibit booth. There, you can view videos and learn more about various NCI programs and initiatives, including:
- The 50th Anniversary of the National Cancer Act
- Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research
- Manufacturing CAR T Cells
- NCI Cancer Research Data Commons
- Monoclonal Antibodies
This session will feature live and on-demand content, including the opening ceremony, plenary sessions, major scientific sessions, and award lectures. Join sessions from NCI leaders, including Director Dr. Ned Sharpless in his Director’s Address and Deputy Director Dr. Dinah Singer as she presents an update on the Cancer Moonshot℠.
Check the AACR program for information on additional NCI sessions.
To keep the momentum of the meeting going, NCI will host 16 sessions between the two parts of the AACR Annual Meeting. These sessions will be free and open to the public.
Stay tuned for additional information on the second part of the meeting, which will feature sessions across NCI, including 10 NCI Special Sessions highlighting programs, funding opportunities, and resources from across the institute.