The SITC Spring Scientific, Host Immunity in Immunotherapy Responses: From Discoveries to Precision Oncology, will take a holistic approach in addressing factors that affect the host and response to immunotherapy beyond the tumor microenvironment. The program will feature in-depth discussions of scientific breakthroughs, cutting-edge methodologies and technologies, and the newest clinical studies pertaining to environmental, genetic, and patient-specific factors that affect patient health and response to immunotherapy. Basic, translational, and clinical scientists in attendance will benefit as they learn more about patient characteristics and environmental changes that can improve the efficacy of cancer immunotherapies.
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Jennifer Guerriero, PhDBrigham and Women’s Hospital
Jennifer Wargo, MD, MMScThe University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Douglas Hanahan, PhDLudwig Institute for Cancer Research, Lausanne Branch/Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)/Swiss Cancer Center Leman (SCCL)
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Members of the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) are eligible for discounted registration rates to attend the SITC Spring Scientific Conference, Host Immunity in Immunotherapy Responses: From Discoveries to Precision Oncology. To receive discounted member rates, your membership dues must be current. Renew your dues or become a SITC member today. Please note your registration classification to determine the correct registration rate. For nonmembers, your classification is determined by your primary institution.
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At the SITC Spring Scientific Conference, our goal is to have a safe and meaningful in-person experience. We will be adhering to the local safety guidelines and regulations. For the latest information on requirements for Denver, CO, click here. In addition, SITC in-person meetings will have the following safety measures in place.VACCINATIONProof of full vaccination for COVID-19 will be required for program attendees.MASKING GUIDELINESSITC strongly recommends masks to be worn indoors for attendees.
Refund requests should be submitted in writing to the SITC office at email@example.com by March 1, 2023. A $25 processing fee will be charged for all paid registrations. All refunds will be processed after the program. No refunds will be granted if cancellation is received after March 1, 2023.
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Oral Abstract Presentation InformationUp to 18 oral abstract presentations are available during the Spring Scientific. Poster Abstract Presentation InformationPoster presentations are available. Posters will be presented during lunch and evening poster receptions on Wednesday, March. 15 and Thursday, March 16. Poster specifications will be based on the number of abstracts that will be presented and will be provided with acceptance notifications. The presenting author is responsible for printing, bringing and hanging up their poster. SITC does not provide printing services on-site, or special accommodations for disposing of or shipping posters after the workshop.
The target audience for this program includes clinical, basic and translational researchers from academic, industry, or government settings with interest addressing factors that affect the host and response to immunotherapy.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
Those registered for the 2023 SITC Spring Scientific will have access to enduring materials of the sessions after each session on the virtual meeting platform.Registrants will have access to all enduring materials on the virtual meeting platform for four weeks after the program. After that time, registrants will still have access to the content, as permitted by presenters, on the SITC Resource Library.At four weeks after the program, non-registrants will be able to purchase access to enduring materials, as permitted by presenters, on the SITC Resource Library.One year after the program, enduring materials, as permitted by presenters, will be open access to the public.
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