The conferences aims to bring together national and international experts working on and interested in oncology and digital science.
Central topics of the event are the effects of digitalization on various oncology disciplines, AI and machine learning techniques with implications for cancer research, ethical aspects of artificial intelligence, and digital methods in medical education.
The in-person conference will take place on the fairground of Deutsche Messe AG in Hannover, Germany and is integrated in the digitalhealth.Pro fair. About 2000 experts from the healthcare industry, politics, the healthcare sector, and academia are expected to attend digitalhealth.Pro. A single ticket will give all visitors access to both events, in order to promote interdisciplinary and inter-professional exchange. Meeting rooms are available for matchmakings and the initiation of collaborations.
There will be an expected 150 participants attending the Digital Oncology Conference - mainly researchers from different cancer disciplines in health sciences and physicians in clinical care, as well as directors/ junior group leaders from institutes and consortia in medical digital sciences. Young scientists (students / postdocs) will be offered the opportunity to actively participate in the event, to submit abstracts, and to present their work in a poster session. A Young Scientist Digital Oncology Poster Award will be awarded at the end of the symposium.
A registration for the in person conference is required and open now. Registered participants of the Digital Health Conference 2023 will receive a voucher for a free ticket to the digitalhealth.PRO. The Digital Oncology Conference offers the opportunity to share important findings, show recent advances and updates in state of the art technology for research and clinical practice. For this, participants are encouraged to also upload an abstract. A scientific committee will select abstracts for short talks in each of the sessions.
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Find the progra here: Preliminary Program Digital Oncology Conference
The CCC-N combines the two cancer centers of the University Medical Center Göttingen (UMG) and the Hannover Medical School (MHH) and is one of 15 Comprehensive Cancer Centers in Germany. The CCC-N is funded by German Cancer Aid to make the best possible treatment methods and new findings from cutting-edge oncological research available to patients as quickly as possible.