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USCACA hosted a symposium in the 7th Chinese Conference on Oncology (CCO)

Beijing, September 8. Invited by Chinese Anti-Cancer Association, USCACA hosted a special symposium on Collaboration between US and China in Cancer Research. Drs. Wei Zhou and Wancai Yang chaired the symposium. Six experts from US and China (Yunguang Tong, Shi-Yuan Cheng, Zhimin Lv, Wancai Yang, Biao He and Jianmin Fang) introduced their own research and shared experience in a series of topics, including scientific training and career development in US, the difference of research environment, and traps in international collaboration. Drs.

Session Chairs
Session Chairs
Session Chairs

USCACA in the news

USCACA is featured in the Applied Clinical Trials:

http://www.appliedclinicaltrialsonline.com/appliedclinicaltrials/CRO%2FS...
http://digital.findpharma.com/nxtbooks/advanstar/act_201209/#/14

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USCACA 2012 Awardee Summary

Dr. Xiuli Bi, College of Life Science, Liaoning University, Shenyang

Five Outstanding Young Chinese Scholars Received the Third Scholar Award

Five Outstanding Young Chinese Scholars Received the Third Scholar Award
from the Asian Fund for Cancer Research (AFCR) and the US Chinese Anti-
Cancer Association (USCACA)
Shi-Yuan Cheng1,2, Li Yan2 and Wei Zhang2,3
1Department of Neurology & Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute, Northwestern
University, Chicago, IL, USA, 2US Chinese Anti-Cancer Association, Los Angeles, CA, USA; 3Department of Pathology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, USA

USCACA-NFCR 2012 Scholar Award


 

CACA, USCACA, and NFCR Team Up

Wei Zhang, The president of USCACA, is the Chair of the Steering Committee of the Joint Tissue Bank of Tianjin Cancer Hospital and the National Foundation of Cancer Research (NFCR).

USCACA President Dr. Wei Zhang is Highlighted in AACR flagship journal, Cancer Discovery

The most recent issue of Cancer Discovery published a News in Depth titled "Chinese, American Researchers Expand Collaborations", and highlighted the outstanding contributions of Dr. Wei Zhang and USCACA in

l Facilitating US-China collaborations between cancer researchers and physicians
l Giving awards to young investigators from China who make contributions in both countries.
l Helping transform the Chinese Journal of Cancer into an international journal.

USCACA-NFCR Joint Award in 2011

Outstanding young Chinese scholars making an impact in the US and China: a joint award program of the US Chinese Anti-Cancer Association and the US National Foundation for Cancer Research

USCACA Has Its Own Journal now: Chinese Journal of Cancer

USCACA has formed a highly successful partnership with the Chinese Journal of Cancer (CJC). CJC is an all English, PubMed-indexed, Open-access, and international journal that is officially affiliated with CACA. In this year, with support of many members of USCACA, the representation of international submissions to CJC has markedly increased.

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