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Angels and Demons in Rectal Cancer: Challenging the Dogmas - 22nd and 23rd February 2018

Meet one of the speakers of the event, Dr. Inês Santiago, a diagnostic radiologist, talking about her role within the Champalimaud approach to rectal cancer.

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  1. Comprehensive cancer care in the CCC

    Home Care Unit Unit and Early Diagnosis Units add to comprehensive cancer care already offered at Champalimaud Clinical Centre.
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  2. INDP: 2013 call for applications

    Applications from independent thinkers with curiosity, creativity and drive are sought to join the International Neuroscience Doctoral Programme (INDP). The INDP aims to provide students of diverse backgrounds with a foundation to perform innovative and interdisciplinary work in basic or applied neuroscience at an international level.
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  3. Should I Trust My Intuition?

    A study led by the CNP’s Zachary Mainen sheds new light on the process of intuitive decision making.
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  4. CF neuroscientist receives Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) grant

    The Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme’s, Leopoldo Petreanu awarded HFSP Young Investigator grant.
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  5. Call for Fellowship Positions

    The Champalimaud Foundation invites applications for three fellowship positions at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown in Lisbon.
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  6. CF President is keynote speaker at NEI

    Champalimaud Foundation President, Leonor Beleza, was in Maryland, USA, on February 24th to speak at the plenary session of the National Eye Institute’s Audacious Goals Meeting.
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  7. Sciencecalifragilistic! Education and science in the Champalimaud Foundation

    First experimental session launched in the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown.
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  8. World Cancer Day

    A group of international experts has called on governments to take urgent action to halt a catastrophic increase in death and suffering from cancer across the globe, and to deliver on commitments they made at the World Health Assembly in May 2012 to cut premature deaths from non-communicable diseases, including cancer, by 25% by 2025.
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