We are pleased to invite you to partner with us in support of ISPNO 2018. For complete information and to view the opportunities available, download the exhibit and support prospectus by clicking here.
WHY SHOULD YOU CONSIDER SUPPORTING ISPNO 2018?
Over the years, the International Symposium on Pediatric Neuro-Oncology (ISPNO) has become the premier global event aimed at advancing translational and clinical research together with technological advances on behalf of children and adolescents diagnosed with brain and spinal tumors.
ISPNO 2018 Denver will bring together expert professionals from around the world to pres¬ent and discuss the latest advances in their research as well as important issues relevant to the care of children and adolescents with central nervous system tumors.
The Denver program will feature a robust four-day schedule of plenary and poster sessions addressing the latest advances in basic and translational science, clinical research developments and best practices for patient care, a comprehensive education day designed for trainees and junior faculty, a vigorous neurosurgical program, and a specific program for neuro-oncology nurses, who play an ever-increasing critical role in the treatment of and care for children and adolescents with cancer.
Further, the conference will be preceded by a Families and Foundations Day, featuring sessions specifically focused on the issues faced by children battling cancer, their families and the community that strives to support them.
There will be many exciting opportunities to learn from experts and to connect with delegates from across North America and around the world in order to enhance knowledge and develop future collaborations.
WHO WILL ATTEND THE CONFERENCE?
The ISPNO conference has a broad appeal and will draw delegates from around the world who have a vested interest in connecting with their colleagues in an invigorating educational setting. Conference attendees consist of:
- Leading decision makers and researchers in the fields of neuro-oncology
- Regional and international delegates from developed and developing countries
- Radiation Oncologists
- Neuroscience Researchers
- Late Effects Specialists
- Developmental and General Physicians
- Rehabilitation Specialists
- Allied health groups such as Psychologists and Social Workers
- Parents of children and adolescents battling cancer
- Parent Advocacy Groups
- Charitable Foundations focused on funding research, advocating for and supporting the needs of children battling cancer