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2015 Annual Research Meeting

Yorkshire Cancer Research

Annual Research Meeting – 2nd July 2015
The Aire and Wharfe Rooms
Pavillions of Harrogate
Great Yorkshire Showground


View the full agenda by clicking the image below.

The YCR ARM attracted over 150 delegates, as well as ten sponsors, who were represented by exhibits at the meeting. The program for 2015 included 14 talks and 38 posters, and was a fantastic opportunity for Yorkshire Cancer Research funded researchers to present their world class research to an engaged and interactive audience. We were delighted to have Professor Peter Sasieni, Professor of Biostatistics and Cancer Epidemiology, from the Centre for Cancer Prevention, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine, Queen Mary University of London and Director of the Cancer Research UK funded Cancer Prevention Trials Unit, deliver a fantastic lecture at the meeting entitled Cancer screening: a surprisingly effective blunt instrument in the right hands.
For a full programme, and abstract list for the Yorkshire Cancer Research Annual Research Meeting 2015 please download the full programme.


This meeting would not have been possible without the support of our meeting sponsors. Everybody at Yorkshire Cancer Research would like to thank the exhibitors for their attendance.

View the full list of exhibitors by clicking the image below.

Finally we would like to express a huge thank you to everyone who attended the meeting. We would especially like to thank those presenting their data at the meeting. Another special thank you goes to those people who chaired sessions, and acted as judges in our poster competition. The continued support of the research community is essential to the success of Yorkshire Cancer Research and is always greatly appreciated.
YCR ARM poster winners

The poster winners Ben Burke and Basudha Basu.


For information on the 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting click here.

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