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Congresses & Workshops in collaboration with partners


Organised with ESTRO and EAU, EMUC focuses on clinical difficulties, current opportunities, advances and future prospects. Now in its 10th year, the EMUC congress series has established its reputation as the leading platform for professional and scientific exchanges on urological malignancies.

Signalling Pathways

In partnership with the EACR, the event aims to foster close cooperation among academics, clinical and industry researchers in a highly interactive hands-on professional environment.

(Cancer Research UK, UNICANCER)

MAP 2018 is a joint initiative of Cancer Research UK, UNICANCER and ESMO and aims to provide oncologists with expert guidance on interpreting genomic alterations to design tailored treatment programmes for patients.


The European Lung Cancer Congress is a collaborative effort with IASLC, ETOP, ESTRO and ESTS, working together to advance science, disseminate education and improve the practice of lung cancer specialists worldwide.


This biennial congress organised with ESTRO and EHNS, ICHNO has been shaping up to be a major international event in promoting multidisciplinarity in head and neck oncology.


Organised with GEICO, the event aims to teach and discuss the value of how standard, as well as new approaches, are being incorporated into the management of ovarian cancer.  

ESMO 2019

ESMO 2019, in partnership with the EACR, is the appointment in Europe for clinicians, researchers, patient advocates, journalists and the pharmaceutical industry from all over the world to learn about the latest advances in oncology and translate science into better cancer patient care.

MCCR Workshop

For junior clinical oncologists in any clinical research area to learn the essentials of clinical trial design. The Workshop is organised in collaboration with ECCO, AACR and EORTC.

GECO, OLA & ESMO Workshop

The Workshop will focus on the conduct of clinical trials including the fundamental goals and organisational aspects of clinical trial design, and is a collaborative effort between ESMO, GECO and OLA.


Organised with ESO, these annual five-day residential courses are open to fourth and fifth year medical students and provide insight into all aspects of medical oncology, enabling students to get a full picture of this challenging and interesting professional field before making the choice of their specialisation.