Vienna, 18.5. - 20.5.2023

EuSARC 2023

St. Anna CCRI hosts the meeting in Vienna, focusing on “The Biology of Sarcomas: From Basic Mechanisms to Novel Therapies”

EuSARC is a Europe-wide group of dedicated scientists and clinicians holding regular meetings to bridge the gap between basic and clinical research on sarcomas

The EUSARC 2023 meeting takes place in Vienna and covers multi-disciplinary topics from molecular mechanisms to novel therapies. The EuSARC community intends to improve communication among scientists and clinicians that share the passion for sarcoma research. By organizing annual meetings, EuSARC aims to raise awareness of the dire need for novel research approaches to tackle these poorly explored tumors. Sarcomas are malignant tumors of bones and soft tissue – a heterogeneous group that collectively accounts for approximately 2% of all cancers. They are among the least studied cancer types and have seen little therapeutic progress. Fresh ideas and initiatives are needed to address the unmet medical need of these hard-to-treat tumors.

Abstract Submission

Submitted abstracts will undergo review by the scientific committee and will be scheduled as flash talk or oral presentation. Scheduling notifications will be sent to the submitting authors in April 2023. The presenting author must be registered as an EuSARC 2023 delegate by March 31, 2023. Accepted abstracts will be published on the conference website. Withdrawal of abstracts can only be accepted if notified in writing and subsequently confirmed by the EuSARC 2023 organising committee. Submit your abstract until 5th March 2023!

18.5. - 20.5.2023

Van Swieten Saal of the Medical University Vienna
Van-Swieten-Gasse 1a
1090 Vienna

CCRI's EUSARC Website with additional information on the conference