Scientist Gives Tips On How To Succeed In A Cancer Research Career

Published: Apr 13, 2017

The AACR conference, one of the largest annual cancer research events, is getting underway. Dr Eva Sharpe spoke to our Chief Executive, Professor Paul Workman, beforehand about a discussion he will lead there tonight on supporting career development in cancer research.

On the eve of this year’s American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) conference, I caught up with ICR Chief Executive Professor Paul Workman to ask about the advice he would give to cancer researchers starting out in their careers.

A central theme from his replies was that in modern cancer research you can’t succeed just on your own – you also need networks and mentors, and you’ll often have greater impact and find huge reward if you combine your efforts with those of others.

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