Full conference details can be found at http://dnatumourvirus2022.path.cam.ac.uk
These viruses include the polyomaviruses, papillomaviruses, and adenoviruses which have been invaluable models to understanding cancer progression. These specific viruses are clinically important pathogens that in some cases cause cancer in humans, the most notable example being the human papillomaviruses (HPV) that are the cause of virtually all cervical cancer cases. Research on DNA tumour viruses continues to advance rapidly.
The DNA TV meeting provides a major forum for the dissemination of these findings, and brings together a diverse group of researchers with shared research interests from around the world.
Accommodation can be booked directly at Churchill College at B&B at Churchill College – Churchill College
Accommodation bookings are subject to availability. Early booking is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment.
Full delegate registration includes:
Please feel free to enquire to [email protected] if more than 3 accompanying guests are needed as this may be able to be arranged.