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Inaugural Economics of Cancer Research Group Symposium
Organisers: Brendan P. Walsh and Ciaran O'Neill
Economics, NUI Galway
Monday 2nd September 2013
Aula Maxima: Main campus, NUI Galway
The Inaugural Economics of Cancer Research Group Symposium will take place on Monday 2nd September at NUI Galway. This symposium is being undertaken thanks to a Health Research Board, Knowledge Exchange and Dissemination Scheme (KEDS) grant. Registration is free. Registration details for the symposium may be found at the link below.
At the symposium we will have key policymakers, speakers and attendees from Ireland, Europe and the United States. Speakers on the day include Dr Robin Yabroff, National Cancer Institute; Dr Anirban Basu, University of Washington; Professor Richard Sullivan, King's College London; Dr Mauro Laudicella, Imperial College London; Professor Bengt Jonsson, Stockholm School of Economics; Professor Michael Kerin NUI Galway and Dr Linda Sharp, National Cancer Registry Ireland. The Economics of Cancer Research Group will develop a network to facilitate communication and knowledge exchange within the cancer research community and between other stakeholders involved in cancer care including policy makers, advocacy groups, clinicians, academics and the media. It is hoped this group will provide an infrastructure for an ongoing dialogue to facilitate the conduct and dissemination of policy relevant research as well as helping to shape future research agendas in the economics of cancer.
If you have any questions relating to the symposium we may be contacted at email@example.com
The Economics of Cancer Research Group is a Health Research Board Knowledge Exchange Dissemination Scheme (KEDS) funded initiative being undertaken at NUI Galway. This network is intended to facilitate communication and knowledge exchange among and between the research community and other stakeholders involved in cancer research including policy makers, the media, advocacy groups, clinicians and academics. This network will allow for an ongoing dialogue that will facilitate, conduct, and disseminate research as well as help to shape future research agendas of the economics of cancer. It is envisioned that the creation of this network will provide an infrastructure to bring together researchers and other stakeholders to initiate a dialogue on cancer research.
Full details at conference web site