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IARC Postdoctoral Opportunity

A postdoctoral position is immediately available for an epidemiologist / biostatistician at the Infections and Cancer Epidemiology (ICE) Group, IARC, Lyon, France.  The group is looking for someone with strong quantitative /statistical background, experience in descriptive epidemiology of cancer incidence and mortality, cancer registry data, including trends and projections of cancer rates, and experience with statistical analysis techniques, such as age-period cohort models, time series analyses etc. The position is initially for one year with possibility of extension. Click here to view the full announcement: ICE IARC Postdoctoral Opportunity

Applicants should send a CV with list of publications, description of research and names and addresses of two academic referees to Dr Salvatore Vaccarella: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Host the next IACR Annual IACR Scientific Conferences (2020 - 2022)

The Annual IACR Scientific Conference is key activity of the Association. The IACR Annual Scientific Meeting has been held regularly since 1970, and annually since 1982. The conference is an ideal forum for exchanging knowledge with other cancer registry professionals from around the world. Hosted on a different continent each year, the IACR annual conference attracts an average of 200 delegates and offers a rich programme on topics related to the impact of cancer (incidence, survival), the evaluation of cancer screening and treatments, the aetiology of different cancers, and many others.

We invite proposals from cancer registries to host our next annual conferences: 2020 – 2022 in the region of North America, Asia and Africa respectively.

Hosting an IACR Scientific Conference involves establishing a local organising committee involving local or regional partners to help the IACR Executive Committee develop the programme, meeting arrangements and management of the conference.

Cancer registries that are interested in hosting the 2020 – 2022 conferences scheduled for North America, Asia and Africa are asked to declare their interest by submitting a brief proposal via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) listing proposed location, local organizing committee members and rationale to the Association before July 2018.

The proposals will be reviewed by the IACR Board and selected candidates will be invited to make a presentation during the IACR Board of Directors meeting and the IACR Business Meeting, both of which are held during the Association’s Annual Scientific Conference.

Statistical methods in population-based cancer survival analysis

As part of the Summer School on Modern Methods in Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Paul Dickman and Paul Lambert will present an intensive 1-week course: Statistical methods for population-based cancer survival analysis. This will take place on 4-9 June 2018 at Castello Brandolini Colomban, Treviso, Italy. Further details are available at http://cansurv.net/ and at http://www.biostatepi.org/.

IARC SURVCAN-3 Webinars Available


WEBINAR 1: Data Collection for Survival Studies: follow-up using passive and active methods (available in English and Spanish, click on link above to access)
WEBINAR 2: Data Collection for Survival Studies: data quality and assessment for survival analysis (available in English and Spanish)

Editorial tables with comments will be sent back in February - April 2018.

Updated IARC/IACR crgTools

A new version of the IARC/IACR edit checks is available, the IARCcrgTools package includes:
• An updated version of the Multiple primary check program which takes into consideration the new ICD-O-3 1st revision morphological codes;
• The ICD-O-3 1st revision to ICD-10 (2010 edition) conversion program used in the preparation of CI5 Vol. XI

Click on here to download: Download the latest version of IARCcrgTools 

For assistance/ queries, please contact Mr. Jacques Ferlay at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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