Invitation from the organizers:
Welcome to the Colorectal Cancer Research Network Meeting, 30-31 March 2023, in Oxford.
The Colorectal Cancer Research Network is an international collaboration working towards an increased understanding of the mechanisms behind colorectal cancer, with the aim of improving treatment options.
“The purpose of this meeting is to stimulate increased competence and cooperation in research and treatment of one of our most widespread types of cancer. The topics of the meeting are current management, prediction and metastasis for colon and rectal cancers”, says Håvard E.G. Danielsen. He is one of the four founders of the CRC Network.
In addition to leading the Institute of Cancer Genetics and Informatics at Oslo University Hospital, Professor Danielsen is a Visiting Professor at Oxford University, where the meeting will take place. As the fifth meeting approaches, we invite all colleagues working in colorectal cancer to join us in Oxford. Aside from having the opportunity to exchange ideas and share knowledge with colleagues from around the world, staying at Queen's College's dormitory will give you the "full Oxford experience", which includes dining in the grand dining hall and exploring the charming quads and gardens.
Our esteemed panel of speakers wish to share their knowledge, and it would be great to see you there.
Please register as soon as possible as there is a limited capacity.
For more information and registration, please visit our website crcnetwork.net.
Program (open as PDF)