The 10th Year of Canary Symposium
What does the future of early cancer detection look like? Are we optimizing lung cancer screening and management? Is ultrasound imaging moving toward clinical translation? What’s happening with label-free sorting of cells and 3D cancer models? These are just some of the weighty topics covered at the Canary Foundation Early Detection Symposium, now in its tenth year.
Learn more about this year’s Canary Symposium
The yearly symposium brings together the best minds in science, technology, and research to Stanford University’s campus to discuss, debate, and learn about early cancer detection techniques. This invitation-only event serves as a forum for members of the extended Canary Foundation Network to meet and share their successes, challenges, and visions for the field of early cancer detection research. During this full-day session, scientists and researchers work together to generate and optimize strategies for discovery, validation, and dissemination of tests for early cancer detection.
The agenda includes keynotes on global, government, and industry perspectives, as well as presentations on Canary’s investments toward early detection of breast, lung, ovarian, pancreatic, and prostate cancer.
Invited members of the Canary Foundation Network are encouraged to participate in this unique opportunity to meet and interact with fellow teammates, share ideas and resources, and build new collaborations.