Bridging research and practice
Hosted by the University of Sydney, the seventh Sydney Cancer Conference will showcase existing and emerging strengths in cancer research across Australia.
The theme of the Conference is “Bridging research and practice”, incorporating perspectives from the entire translational research continuum.
The program will feature all areas of cancer research – basic biomedical, public health, clinical and psychosocial – making the latest information and research available to researchers, clinicians, students, consumers and members of the public alike.
We hope you can join us in Sydney for this unique multi-disciplinary and cross-institutional cancer Conference.
Dr Kimberley Docking and Dr Helen McGuire, Co-Chairs, Sydney Cancer Conference 2020
It is expected that SCC2020 will attract 350 - 400 delegates from a broad cross-section of the health sector who are involved in cancer research and treatment.
Potential delegates will include:
To ensure the widest possible promotion of this event, marketing material will be distributed through the extensive networks of the host institutions – the University of Sydney as well as its affiliated Translational Cancer Research Centres, medical research institutes, local health districts, clinical trials networks and consumer groups.
The University of Sydney Cancer Research Network itself has over 1000 cancer researchers to whom it can distribute materials and information.
There are three partnership categories: Gold Partner, Silver Partner and Bronze Partner.
TWO Gold Partnerships are available.
Exhibition Table Sponsor: $3,000
Limited Exhibition Table Sponsorships are available.
Keynote Session Sponsors: $4,000 (international keynote) or $2,000 (national keynote)
Limited Keynote Session Sponsorships are available.
Breakfast Sponsor: $3,000
Two Breakfast Sponsorships are available.
Lanyard Sponsor: $1,000
One Lanyard Sponsorship is available.
Program advertising: $800
Dr Kimberley Docking - Faculty of Health Sciences
Dr Helen McGuire - Discipline of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine and Health; Ramaciotti Facility for Human Systems Biology and Charles Perkins Centre