Recent Noteworthy Activities
17 February 2011
Discussion forum on "Cellular Phone Radiation and Cancer: Science or Fiction?" Diaspora Museum, Tel-Aviv University.
3 May 2011
Joint Department of Hematology – CBRC symposium on "Should Personalized Medicine be the Standard Care in Hematology in the Third Millennium? Biological and Clinical Aspects" Faculty of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University.
14-17 September 2011
The 15th Biennial Retreat of the CBRC celebrating the 30 year anniversary. Canaan Spa Hotel, Safed
23 October 2011
Signature of a cooperative Agreement between Vienna University 's Comprehensive Cancer Center (CCC) and Tel-Aviv University Cancer Biology Research Center (CBRC). Participants: Prof. Ch. Zielinski Head of CCC; Prof I. P. Witz, on behalf of CBRC; Prof. J. Klafter, President, TAU and Prof. A. Shai, Rector, TAU.
21 June 2012
Departments of Hematology and Oncology- CBRC joint Symposium on Drug Development in Cancer. Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University.
3-5 November 2012
Tel-Aviv University – Mayo Clinic Cancer Center Alliance Symposium. David Intercontinental Hotel, Tel-Aviv.
Signature of a Cooperative Agreement with the National University of Singapore (NUS)
19-22 June 2013
The 16th Biennial Retreat of the Cancer Biology Research Center. Canaan Spa Hotel, Safed. With over 300 local scientists and internationally renowned experts such as Prof. Douglas Hanahan from the Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research, Prof. Seishi Ogawa from Kyoto University and Prof. David Sidranski from Johns Hopkins Hospital.
26 December 2013
CBRC Fund Raising Gala Evening, Heichal Hatarbut, Tel-Aviv
16 May 2014
Signature and Inauguration of the Varda and Boaz Dotan Research Center in Hemato-Oncology, TAU
18-19 June 2014
Cancer Prevention and Intervention 2014 - Joint OOTR and CBRC meeting. Diaspora Museum, Tel-Aviv University.
11-14 November 2015
The 17th Cancer Biology Research Center Biennial Conference was held at Hotel "Royal Rimonim Dead Sea". Over 300 Israeli clinicians, researchers scientists and students joined for three days of excting lectures, presentations and special panels about cancer research. The meeting hosted nine internationally renowned experts such as Prof. John Dick, Prof. Robert Rottapel and Dr. Bradly Wouters all from Princess Margaret Cancer Center Toronto, Canada as well as Prof. Mario Dicato from Luxemburg Medical Center and Oliver Krieter from Roche.