With many parts of the world adjusting to new ways of working due to COVID-19, the cancer research community is reacting and adapting.
We’ve compiled a list of useful online resources for our members and researchers who are adjusting to new ways of working. It includes articles and advice on how to work from home successfully, remote learning, adjusting to research outside of the lab, websites, tools, webinars and podcasts.
Even if we can’t meet in person, there is a great deal we can still learn from each other. If you have a suggestion for a link to add to this page, please contact us.
“Find a Cancer Research Collaboration” – our own online tool that helps put EACR members in touch with others who could be potential collaborators
EACR Virtual Conferences and Webinars – click here to see our upcoming conferences and webinars
How to be a cancer researcher during coronavirus - Articles in the EACR's online magazine, The Cancer Researcher, from our members who have submitted their experiences and advice
“Coronavirus lockdown: What I learnt when I shut my cancer lab in 48 hours” – Article in Nature from EACR President Alberto Bardelli on the lessons he learned when he had to shut his lab down, and his advice for science when in lockdown
“Working from home because of COVID-19? Here are 10 ways to spend your time” - Science Magazine
“How to stay productive and effective as young researchers during the Covid-19 pandemic” - The European SocieTy for Radiotherapy and Oncology
"The Unique Dangers Posed by #COVID19 Phishing Scams" - a warning in Infosecurity Magazine about the increase in phishing scams, to which working in isolation can make you vulnerable
Open letter to cancer researchers – the response to COVID-19 from funder Cancer Research UK
Epigenetics Resources: Infographic & Podcast | Article - Illumina
Single Cell Resources: Infographic & Podcast | Article - Illumina
‘Inactivation of DNA repair and high dose Vitamin C boost cancer immunotherapy’ plus Q&A on ‘Being a researcher in the time of COVID-19’ - Alberto Bardelli
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