The second annual McArdle Symposium on Cancer will be held on the Madison campus on June 2, 2009. A wide range of fundamental and clinical topics in cancer will be addressed by a group of outstanding speakers including two Nobel prize winners:
- Harold Varmus, President, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 1989 Nobel Prize for the cellular origin of retroviral oncogenes
- Harald zur Hausen, German Cancer Research Foundation, 2008 Nobel Prize for the role of human papilloma viruses in cervical cancer
The Symposium will conclude with a dinner and evening program at the Memorial Union Great Hall to honor the late McArdle Nobel Laureate Howard Temin during the 75th anniversary year of his birth.
For more information on speakers, schedule, registration, poster presentations, etc.:
April 17 is the deadline for poster applications and registration without late fees.