View webcasts hosted by Nature Cancer.

Past events can be accessed on-demand for free by registering your attendee details. 


Free on-demand access


Emerging Therapeutic Approaches in Cancer





In this webcast Professors Haidong Dong (Mayo Clinic, USA), Adrian Harris (University of Oxford, UK), Jan-Paul Medema (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), Yi-Long Wu (Guangdong Academy of Medical Sciences, China) present advances in immunotherapy, metabolic targets and the treatment of lung and colorectal cancers. Their presentations are followed by a discussion on the latest developments and ongoing challenges in cancer therapy moderated by Dr Alexia-Ileana Zaromytidou (Chief Editor, Nature Cancer). This event took place on June 24, 2021.



The AI revolution in Cancer





This webinar explores recent advances on digital histopathology and Artificial Intelligence in predicting pan-cancer molecular features and patient prognosis. Dr. Jakob N Kather (Aachen University) and Dr. Moritz Gerstung (EMBL-EBI) discuss here their ongoing work, future directions and exciting updates on this topic, followed by a Q&A session moderated by Dr. Miguel Foronda (Associate Editor, Nature Cancer). This event took place on May 7, 2021.


Characterizing the non-coding cancer genome





In this webcast Proferssors Mathieu Lupien (Princess Margaret Cancer Centre) and Bradley Bernstein (Broad Institute/MGH) discuss methods and approaches for characterizing non-coding alterations in cancer genomes, and insights into their role in tumor development, progression, and translational opportunities. The presentations are followed by a live Q&A moderated by Dr. Julia Simundza (Senior Editor, Nature Cancer). This event took place on April 30, 2021.


Clinical applications of next-generation sequencing technologies in cancer





In this webcast Prof. Funda Meric-Bernstam (MD Anderson) discusses opportunities for using next-generation sequencing data to uncover personalized treatment strategies in oncology and Prof. Victor Velculescu (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine) covers recent advances in liquid biopsy. Their presentations are followed by a live discussion moderated by Dr. Julia Simundza (Senior Editor, Nature Cancer). This event took place on October 22, 2020.


Cancer genomics and single-cell technologies





This webcast explores cancer genomics and single-cell technologies, the unique analytical considerations and potential to yield biological discoveries. We hear from Professors Dana Pe’er (Memorial Sloan Kettering) on single-cell technologies and tools, Rameen Beroukhim (Harvard Medical School) on genomic profiling and cancer evolution and Serena Nik-Zainal (University of Cambride) on mutational signature analysis, followed by a live Q&A moderated by Dr. Julia Simundza (Senior Editor, Nature Cancer). This event took place on July 31, 2020.