Chordoma Foundation

2020 International Chordoma Research Workshop

Thursday, July 16 – Friday, July 17 • Virtual

In light of the current situation with COVID-19 and to ensure the health and safety of all participants, we have decided to postpone our 2020 International Chordoma Research Workshop (ICRW). In its place, we will hold an abbreviated virtual meeting covering select clinical and research topics on the original dates, July 16-17, 2020. Additional details about the virtual meeting will be announced in late April.

Join us for a virtual opportunity to exchange data and ideas with fellow chordoma researchers and clinicians from around the world, and to help shape future directions for chordoma research leading to the development of new treatments.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions at joan@chordoma.org.

Save the Date for 2021

An in-person ICRW has been rescheduled to July 15-16, 2021, followed by the International Chordoma Community Conference on July 16-17, 2021. Both events will be at the Boston Marriott Cambridge Hotel. Please mark these important dates on your calendar.

About the Workshop

Since 2007, the International Chordoma Research Workshop (ICRW) has served as the focal point and principal gathering of the worldwide chordoma research community. In that time, we have grown from a handful of scientists in relatively few labs to a thriving global community of more than 350 researchers at top institutions worldwide.

Designed to catalyze meaningful research advances and spark collaboration, the workshop is:

Participatory

Each session is designed to facilitate discussion and debate among participants and to elicit new ideas that can move the field forward.

Multidisciplinary

With topics ranging from basic biology to clinical research to process improvements, the workshop attracts a diverse mix of participants who bring a wide range of complementary expertise and perspectives.

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Action-oriented

The purpose of the workshop is to surface critical questions, identify new research opportunities, and collectively define priorities for the field.

 

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