The 2012 AACR Annual Meeting starts on Friday, March 31st in Chicago, IL. Guess who’s been “elected” to represent my company at a “mini-symposia”? I have been scrambling to prepare materials, slides, and everything has to go past our marketing and legal teams. At least two conference calls a day for the last five days. My company has OCD about logos… you can’t invert the colors, you can’t size them larger than such and such, etc.
Sorry for the lapse in video and blog entries, but the concept of “free time” is elusive of late. I’ll try to bring back some photos or stories. I think the big idea this year is going to be circulating tumor cells, and if I can find the time, I’ll put together an entry on them. The other hot topic, and one I’ll probably work into my own 10 minute session, will be long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs).
This is the video from last year’s annual meeting… I haven’t seen one from this year.