2019 AACI/CCAF Annual Meeting

2019 AACI/CCAF Annual Meeting

October 20-22, 2019 | The Mayflower Hotel | Washington, DC
CME Accredited

The annual meeting of the Association of American Cancer Institutes (AACI) and the Cancer Center
Administrators Forum (CCAF) provides an opportunity to network with and learn from peers in
the cancer research community. The meeting will cover topics of both scientific and operational value, equipping attendees with practical solutions.

This year’s program includes sessions addressing:
  • Artificial intelligence and Big Data
  • Cancer center workforce development
  • Alternative revenue streams and payment models
  • The biology of metastases
  • NCI Cancer Center Support Grant
  • CAR T-cell therapy
  • Community outreach and engagement
Registration rates increase September 20. Register today.

2019 Award Recipients

Distinguished Scientist Award
Douglas R. Lowy, MD

Douglas R. Lowy, MD, acting director of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), will receive the 2019 AACI Distinguished Scientist Award. AACI is recognizing Dr. Lowy for his long-term research on the molecular biology of tumor viruses and growth regulation, his role in enabling the development of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines, and his exploration of oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes and their signaling pathways.
 

Learn More About Dr. Lowy's Scientific Achievements

Champion for Cures Award
The Jon M. and Karen Huntsman Family

The Jon M. and Karen Huntsman family will receive AACI's 2019 Champion for Cures Award, in recognition of their significant leadership in supporting efforts to cure cancer and in inspiring others to do the same. The Huntsman family’s first major gift to cancer research came in 1993 at $10 million, followed by a $100 million gift in 1995 that formally established and named the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah. In all, the family has donated or inspired donations totaling $1.4 billion to cancer.

Learn More About the Huntsman Family's Commitment to Ending Cancer