Updated: 23 April 2010 12:00 pm EST
About the 2010 AACR Education Book
Education Committee Co-Chairpersons Martine J. Piccart-Gebhart and Danny R. Welch developed 32 Educational Sessions and 12 Methods Workshops for the 2010 AACR Educational Program. Presenters in these sessions were invited to submit an original manuscript summarizing their field of interest for publication in the 2010 AACR Education Book.
A total of 30 presenters submitted articles for publication in the Education Book. Original manuscripts were submitted in the following general format:
Abstract. A brief summary of the presentation.
Background. A brief statement defining the topic and purpose of the Educational Session presentation, providing context and relevance to the field.
Discussion. A description of the current state of the current state of the speaker's field of interest, acknowledging controversies, unresolved questions, or recent developments related to the topic and providing data to support key points.
Future Directions. A brief outline of the speaker's vision of the future of the field and identifying areas that merit further exploration.
References. Previous reviews were cited where appropriate to avoid an excessively long reference list.
2010 AACR Annual Meeting: Webcast Presentations
In addition to publishing extended summaries of Educational Program presentations in the AACR Education Book, the AACR also makes the complete audio and slides of presentations from selected sessions available as part of the Annual Meeting Webcast.
When relevant Webcast content is available for an article in this Education Book, appropriate links are provided in the table of contents and in the content box in the top right corner of each online article. Please note that many additional Educational Program presentations that do not appear in the Education Book are available in Webcast format. The 2010 AACR Annual Meeting Webcast includes the audio and slides of over 200 Annual Meeting presentations. To browse or search the complete Annual Meeting Webcast.
How to Cite Articles in the 2010 AACR Education Book
A Note about DOIs: Digital Object Identifier (DOI) numbers have been assigned to each Education Book article and appear in the footnotes and table of contents entry for each article. DOIs are persistent identifiers that ensure that users can always find the appropriate version of an online article. When citing Education Book articles, always include the DOI number at the end of the citations as shown below.
Original Education Book Articles
The original articles published in this Education Book may be cited by listing the authors, article title, session chairperson, session title, publication title, year of publication, and page number as shown in the following example:
The articles published in this Education Book may be cited by listing the authors, article title, publication title, year of publication, and page number as shown in the following example:
Franco, OE, Hayward, SW. Stromal heterogeneity and the paracrine promotion of carcinogenesis. In: American Association for Cancer Research 101st Annual Meeting Education Book; 2010 Apr 17–21, Washington, DC. Philadelphia: AACR; 2008, p. 3.
[Note: For each article, the session type and title is listed in the table of contents. The author of the Introduction for each session is the chairperson of the session.]
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