ICMC congresses take place every two to three years. Congresses span span a few days and include cutting-edge and educational keynotes from international experts in the microbiome and oncology as well as round-table discussion between to generate expert consensus on questions of interest. Congresses are an excellent way for clinicians, academics and other stakeholders to discover more about the microbiome in the context of oncology and to network with like-minded people. we also engage actively with industry to support their interest in leveraging the microbiome for patient benefit.
The next ICMC Congress is set for 23-25th September 2020 in London, UK.
The Congress theme is the role of the microbiome in cancer therapy.
There will be a two-day educational event with Keynotes from International experts followed by a one-day roundtable consensus meeting.
The last ICMC Congresswas held on 5-6th September 2017.
The inaugral two-day ICMC Congress was held in the Royal Society of Medicine, London.
A one-day educational event with keynotes from international experts.
A one-day roundtable discussion on the role of the microbiome in the aetiopathogenesis of cancer.