Celebrating Cancer Research Progress and Entrepreneurship

Saturday, October 30, 2021

Co-Hosted by  AIM-HI logo

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A Day to Celebrate Cancer Research Progress and Entrepreneurship

Why Should You Attend This Event?

  • Be inspired by world-renowned speakers on the latest landscape change of translational cancer research
  • Actively engage in thought-provoking discussions with key opinion leaders
  • Personally interact with award-winning pioneer scientists and join the celebration for their breakthrough cancer discoveries

Select an event below to view the agenda. We look forward to seeing you!

Scientific Symposium Keynote Speaker

Doug Lowy, M.D.
Principal Deputy Director
U.S. National Cancer Institute

Dr. Lowy is the Chief at Laboratory of Cellular Oncology, where his two main research areas focus on basic and translational aspects of human papillomavirus infection and on cancer genes. His joint research with John Schiller has identified many aspects of the human papillomavirus (HPV) life cycle, developed technology underlying the FDA-approved HPV vaccines, and elucidated mechanisms for the high efficacy of the vaccines.

Doug Lowy NCI

Women's Venture Competition

Szent-Györgyi Prize Award Ceremony

Szent-Györgyi Prize for Progress for Cancer Research | nfcr.org
Susan Band Horwitz, Ph.D.

Susan Band Horwitz, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor Emerita,
Dept. of Molecular Pharmacology,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
2020 Prize Winner

Mark M Davis, Ph. D.

Mark M. Davis, Ph. D.
Professor of Microbiology &
Immunology, Stanford University
School of Medicine
2021 Prize Co-Winner

Tak W Mak, Ph.D.

Tak W. Mak, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist, Princess
Margaret Cancer Centre
& Professor, University of Toronto
2021 Prize Co-Winner

Cocktail Reception & Dinner Awards Ceremony
Honoring the Szent-Györgyi Prize Winners
(Black Tie Optional)

Special Thanks To Our Sponsors!

Sponsorship Opportunities

Inquiries regarding sponsorship of the October 30, 2021 event can be made by e-mail at Sponsorship@nfcr.org or by phone at 1-800-321-CURE (2873).

Learn more here about the many marketing, business development, brand exclusivity, knowledge leadership, and goodwill generation benefits of sponsorship of the Day to Celebrate Progress in Cancer Research and Entrepreneurship.