Great Lakes Breast Cancer Research Symposium: Save the Date

The Great Lakes Breast Cancer Research Symposium (GLBCRS) will highlight ongoing basic,
translational, clinical and population studies addressing the biological mechanisms, management and prevention of breast cancer. Researchers from participating institutions will share their exciting
work with a goal to develop crossinstitutional collaborations.

WVU breast cancer researchers will be contributing to the regional cancer meeting.

May 2-4, 2019

Grant Events Center, 820 Goodale Blvd. Columbus, OH, 43121

Information and registration coming soon.  For updates and a link to submit abstracts, visit:

https://cancer.osu.edu/events/2019-great-lakes-breast-cancer-research-symposium-05-02-19

 

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