CRI Symposia

The Cancer Research Institute (CRI) is a nonprofit, charitable organization with headquarters in New York City. CRI is dedicated exclusively to the support and coordination of laboratory and clinical efforts that will lead to the immunological treatment, control, and prevention of cancer.

Since 1993, CRI has been organizing its annual international symposia to focus attention on progress in the two central approaches of cancer immunology — cancer vaccines and antibody-based therapies. The conference proceedings of the CRI annual symposia are being provided as part of the journal’s efforts to constitute a repository of tumor immunology research.

Click on the links below to download a PDF of the program and abstract book, or here to learn more about the series.

 

From Milestones to Medicines: Translating Tumor Immunology Research into Immunotherapies
20th Annual CRI Symposium held in New York, NY, USA on October 1 – 3, 2012
Dedicated to Lloyd J. Old, M.D.

Immune Effector Mechanisms in Tumor Immunity
19th Annual CRI Symposium held in New York, NY, USA on October 3 – 5, 2011

Multiple Functions of CD4 T Cells in Autoimmunity, Infectious Disease, and Cancer
18th Annual CRI Symposium held in New York, USA on October 6 – 8, 2010

Control of Cancer Immunosuppression: The Challenge for Cancer Vaccine Development
17th Annual CRI Symposium held in New York, USA on September 30 – October 2, 2009

Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy 2008: From Discovery to Development to Drug
16th Annual CRI Symposium held in New York, USA on September 15-17, 2008

Cancer and HIV Vaccines 2007: Shared Lessons
15th Annual CRI Symposium held in New York, USA on October 4-6, 2007

Cancer Immunotherapy 2006
14th Annual CRI Symposium held in New York, USA on October 4-6, 2006

Cancer Vaccines 2005: Barriers, Endpoints & Opportunity
13th Annual CRI Symposium held in New York, USA on October 5-7, 2005