Date(s) - 23 Apr 2024 until 24 Apr 2024
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Westin La Paloma Resort
The 20th annual Tucson Symposium, will be held at the Westin La Paloma in Tucson, Arizona. Hosted by Roche, the Symposium brings together top thought leaders and cancer experts to drive advancements in pathology and oncology to improve patient diagnosis, care and outcomes and shape the future of cancer medicine.
Join us in April 2024 when we will explore a diverse range of topics, latest hypotheses and breakthroughs in digital healthcare; early detection and screening; health economics and access; immunology and mechanisms of immune response; precision oncology; novel technologies and therapeutic interventions — all with the singular focus of improving patients’ lives.
Who attends the Tucson Symposium?
- Thought leaders wanting to share new ideas and scientific achievements in cancer research and medical practice
- Pathologists striving to keep their practices on the leading edge of technology and eager to learn more about state-of-the-art trends in diagnostics and treatment therapies
- Oncologists and pathologists wanting to hear about the newest proposed therapies and the most current diagnostic, prognostic and predictive medical findings
- Research and academic scientists who are leading the efforts in scientific discovery and are interested in forging scientific partnerships
- Strategic and scientific senior management from the health care industry
The scientific community is invited to submit scientific abstracts for the Tucson Symposium 2024 (TS24), which will be held April 23 -24, 2024 at the Westin La Paloma, Tucson, Arizona.
The poster session will be held on Tuesday, April 23. Registration fees will be waived for poster presenters (limit one per accepted poster). Deadline to submit scientific abstracts is February 27, 2024
Registration $850 USD
*Student Registration $450 USD
Deadline to register: April 10, 2024
*To qualify for the student registration fee ($450) you must be a current college undergraduate or graduate student, medical intern or resident, or postdoctoral fellow in good standing with your affiliated institution. Documentation is requested during the registration process.