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Symposium on Minimally Invasive Approach to Rectal Cancer – Teaching and Learning

On 15th and 16th May, the Champalimaud Foundation opened its doors to discuss alternative ways to address and treat colorectal cancer.

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  1. The Hospital of the Future


    25.5.2016
    On Tuesday 24th May, Prof. Jean-Louis Vincent was a guest at the Champalimaud Foundation. He came to visit the facilities here and to speak at the latest of our “Cancer Talks” events: “The Hospital of the Future.”
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  2. ARVO/Champalimaud Lecture 2016


    6.5.2016
    World’s largest vision meeting celebrates the achievements of the 2015 António Champalimaud Vision Award laureates
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  3. The Liver beyond Surgery in Colorectal Metastasis


    5.5.2016
    Save the date for 'The Liverbeyond Surgery in Colorectal Metastasis' on November 18th at the CCU. Programme and registrations info to follow shortly.
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  4. Steps Course in Colorectal Cancer Surgery


    18.4.2016
    Champalimaud Foundation will host the interactive course “Steps Course in Colorectal Cancer Surgery” with 1:1 ratio of faculty/students and 8 (eight) vacancies.
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  5. The Hospital of the Future - with Prof. Jean-Louis Vincent


    8.4.2016
    We are delighted to announce that on May 24th at 7pm the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown will host a seminar on ‘The Hospital of The Future’, held by Prof. Jean-Louis Vincent.

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  6. Kicking the habit


    5.4.2016
    New study challenges scientific dogma on how the brain generates actions
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  7. Rebuilding from Conflict - the Power of Education in Emergencies


    15.3.2016
    One more Ar event, with Sultan Barakat, Jo Beall and Jorge Sampaio.
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  8. Symposium on Lymphocyte Behaviour


    4.3.2016
    "Landscapes of Lymphocyte Itineraries", May 26th, Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Registration now open
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