The 2nd Precision Oncology Forum Berlin

18-19 November 2020

The conversations we have with C-level executives indicate that they are increasingly avoiding some of the biggest trade shows. The reason? – why compete with thousands of conference goers for key meetings and conversations? In contrast it seems there is a trend where business leaders find smaller, more targeted events a more fruitful way to foster fresh ideas and form new partnerships.

Precision Oncology Forum, now in its 2nd year, provides just that environment.

The forum brings together the most senior experts from across Europe and beyond to provide a truly unique environment for meaningful interactions with those at the very forefront of precision oncology. With a strictly limited attendance we provide you the opportunity to network with your peers rather than passing them in a huge expo centre on your way to the next session 20 rooms away! This more intimate setting allows for free-flowing debate and interactions, and, feedback suggests, promotes greater collaboration – what many agree is key to the success of precision medicine.

The multidisciplinary agenda will provide a platform for healthcare professionals, industry, patients groups, research, payers and Government to share their experiences and vision for a future of improved cancer patient outcomes.

We are currently researching with prospective speakers and sponsors and will release more information about the agenda late spring 2020.

We hope to see you in Berlin.



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For speaking opportunities please contact Amanda Rafferty:
amandarafferty@precisionmedicineforum.com

Sponsor enquiries please contact our Marketing Department:
marketing@precisionmedicineforum.com

Pre-registration and agenda enquires please contact Emily Jones:
emilyjones@precisionmedicineforum.com

Precision Oncology Forum USA 2020
“…Without a doubt, it’s been a superbly informative and exceptionally well-organised event.”Sibylle Mittnacht, Professor of Cell and Molecular Oncology, University College London (UCL) Cancer Institute
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