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    • 13AM_CFA_covers_Layout 1 8/29/12 11:10 AM Page 2 C A L L F O R A B S T R A C T S ANNUAL MEETING 2013 “Personalizing Cancer Care Through Discovery Science” April 6-10, 2013 Walter E. Washington Convention Center Washington, DC Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012 www.AACR.org
    • 13AM_CFA_covers_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:40 PM Page 3 ANNuAl MEETiNg 2013 PRogRAM, EDuCATioN, AND ExhibiTS CoMMiTTEES 2013 AACR Annual Program Committee Thomas F. Gajewski Kohei Miyazono Meeting Scientific Members Maura L. Gillison Robert A. Mook, Jr. Program Committee Angelika B. Amon William M. Grady Stephen D. Nimer Chairperson Samuel Aparicio Philip D. Greenberg Garry P. Nolan Carlos L. Arteaga Sean Grimmond Ramon E. Parsons José Baselga Laura D. Attardi Kristian Helin Charles M. Perou Alberto Bardelli James G. Herman Kornelia Polyak Co-Chairpersons Dafna Bar-Sagi Thomas J. Hudson Neal Rosen Cory Abate-Shen Nina Bhardwaj Patrick Humbert Martine F. Roussel James P. Allison Jean-Yves Blay Luisa Iruela-Arispe David M. Sabatini René Bernards Peter J. Campbell Peter K. Jackson Yardena Samuels James R. Cerhan Pasi A. Jänne Lewis C. Cantley Charles L. Sawyers Arul M. Chinnaiyan Randall S. Johnson Andrew J. Dannenberg Robert D. Schreiber Karen Cichowski Yibin Kang James R. Downing Kevin M. Shannon Ezra E. W. Cohen Michael B. Kastan Jeffrey A. Engelman Jerry W. Shay Joseph F. Costello Nicholas J. Keen Keith T. Flaherty Alice T. Shaw Tom Curran Thomas W. Kensler David B. Solit Peter W. Laird Riccardo Dalla-Favera Guido Kroemer Steven K. Davidsen Jin Soo Lee Margaret R. Spitz Michael J. Luzzio Johann S. de Bono John P. Leonard Kimberly Stegmaier Elaine Mardis Phillip A. Dennis Ross L. Levine Josep Tabernero Yusuke Nakamura Titia de Lange A. Thomas Look David E. Uehling William R. Sellers Matthew G. Vander Heiden Hugues de Thé Patricia M. LoRusso Phillip A. Sharp J. Alan Diehl Scott W. Lowe Laura J. van ‘t Veer M. Celeste Simon Brian J. Druker John M. Maris Karen H. Vousden Eileen P. White Stephen W. Fesik Wells A. Messersmith Timothy C. Wang Education Committee Education Committee Albert C. Lockhart Ralph Scully Co-Chairpersons Members David C. Lyden Kimberly D. Siegmund Lewis C. Cantley Ron Bose Cynthia X. Ma Nancy A. Speck Jeffrey A. Engelman James E. Bradner Ursula A. Matulonis Muneesh Tewari Peter W. Laird Robert J. Coffey, Jr. Ari M. Melnick David A. Tuveson Elaine Mardis Andrew J. Dannenberg Gordon B. Mills Cornelia M. Ulrich M. Celeste Simon Nancy E. Davidson Tony S. K. Mok Giske Ursin Keith T. Flaherty William G. Nelson Toshikazu Ushijima Elsa R. Flores Jacqueline Payton Matthew G. Vander Heiden Sanjiv Gambhir Helen M. Piwnica-Worms Robert H. Vonderheide Amato J. Giaccia Ellen Puré Karen H. Vousden Margaret A. Goodell Andrea L. Richardson Geoffrey M. Wahl Luisa Iruela-Arispe Sandra W. Ryeom Matthew J. Walter Kimberly J. Johnson Yardena Samuels Zena Werb Raghu Kalluri Chris Sander Kwok-Kin Wong Exhibits Committee Exhibits Committee Elizabeth A. Grimm Clinical Trials Committee Chairperson Members Patricia M. LoRusso Appointments pending Ethan Dmitrovsky Edward Chu Patricia S. Steeg Nicholas C. Dracopoli Chris Takimoto AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 1 Table of Contents IFC AACR Annual Meeting 2013 Program, Education, and Exhibits Committees inside front cover 4 Letter from the President and Program Committee Chairperson 6-11 Program in Progress 6 Plenary Sessions 7 Major Symposia 8 Current Concepts Sessions 9 Forums and Meet-the-Expert Sessions 10 Professional Advancement Sessions 12-25 Guidelines for Preparation and Submission of Abstracts AACR Officers 12 What You Need to Submit an Abstract President Frank McCormick 13 Procedure for Submitting Abstracts President-Elect Charles L. Sawyers 14 Late-Breaking Abstracts Treasurer 16 Abstract Sponsorship Regulations William N. Hait Past President 18 Spotlight on Clinical Research Judy E. Garber Chief Executive Officer 20 Abstract Categories Margaret Foti 26 Membership Categories Board of Directors 27 Financial Support for Attendance Until 2013 Todd R. Golub 28 Housing Jennifer Rubin Grandis Sir David P. Lane 29 Travel Kornelia Polyak Owen N. Witte 30 AACRcentral Until 2014 Joan S. Brugge 32 Mobile Technology at the Annual Meeting Arul M. Chinnaiyan Thomas A. Sellers 33 Annual Meeting Print Publications Laura J. van ‘t Veer 34 Registration Kristiina Vuori Until 2015 37 Housing Form Kenneth C. Anderson Lewis C. Cantley 38 Hotel List Michelle M. Le Beau Benjamin G. Neel 40 Hotel Map Karen H. Vousden IBC General Information inside back cover 1
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 2 “Overall, theand should lead inspirational meeting was to many fruitful collaborations. Its a unique opportunity for the cancer research community to communicate ideas across cancer disciplines… ” 2 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 3 Why You Should Attend It has been said around the world that the AACR Annual Meeting drives the cancer agenda. This meeting brings together the best and latest findings in all major areas of cancer research. Through plenary sessions, symposia, forums, educational sessions, methods workshops, poster presentations, conversations with experts, and networking, attendees walk away with a wealth of new information, more connections, and renewed energy, inspiration, and focus in their work. A past attendee notes: “Overall, the meeting was inspirational and should lead to many fruitful collaborations. Its a unique opportunity for the cancer research community to communicate ideas across cancer disciplines…” Last year, nearly 17,000 participants from 70 countries gathered to discuss over 6,100 abstracts and to hear invited presentations from 750 speakers on new and significant discoveries in basic science, translational research, clinical trials, and population sciences. The 2012 Annual Meeting featured: • 6,162 proffered papers presented in 210 poster sessions and 30 minisymposia • 267 sessions accredited for continuing medical education for a total of 45.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ • 50 educational sessions and methods workshops for those seeking a foundation of knowledge in rapidly developing areas • 14 professional advancement activities covering topics such as grant writing, getting your research published, and the mentor-mentee relationship • 843 webcasts of the scientific talks available to attendees and subscribers • 458 exhibiting companies in 779 booths at the exhibition • Over 21 trillion media impressions resulting from press coverage of hot topics in many major outlets including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, HealthDay, Yahoo! News, Associated Press, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, Huffington Post, Gizmodo, Reuters, The Economist, and more What You Can’t Afford to Miss Be a part of the AACR Annual Meeting 2013 so you won’t miss: • The premier meeting in cancer research where you are among the best and the brightest in the cancer field from around the world • Participation in abstract submissions and presentations • The latest developments in basic science, translational research, clinical trials, and population sciences • Our online itinerary planner that allows you to search and schedule the topics, speakers, and posters that are of interest to you • A multitude of networking events and professional development activities, plus the annual Cancer and Biomedical Research Career Fair 3
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 4 Dear Members, Colleagues, and Friends of the AACR, It is our pleasure to announce and invite you to attend the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research, to be held April 6-10, 2013, in Washington, DC. As always, this AACR Annual Meeting will highlight the latest and most exciting discoveries in every area of cancer research, and it will provide a unique opportunity for investigators from all over the world to meet and interact. Being in Washington, DC, at this time will give us a special opportunity for our collective voices to be heard, and several sessions and events will emphasize the vital importance of reaffirming our Nation’s commitment to the conquest of cancer. The Annual Meeting scientific program will feature daily plenary sessions, major symposia, minisymposia, forums, educational sessions, methods workshops, poster sessions, “Meet-the-Expert” sessions, “Current Concepts in Organ Site Research” sessions, “Current Concepts in Diagnostics and Therapeutics” sessions, and an exciting new series of sessions focused on “Current Concepts in Epidemiology and Prevention.” Based on the huge success of last year’s sessions on cutting-edge, science-based clinical trials, we are again planning to hold several sessions featuring presentations of new data on cutting-edge clinical trials along with commentaries on the implications of these trials for improved patient care. We will also be featuring a poster session on “Clinical Trials in Progress.” In addition, for the second year, we are planning a track devoted to regulatory science and policy. This multidisciplinary program is being developed through the devoted efforts of our team of Co-Chairpersons, whose names are listed in this publication. Together, we are assembling an outstanding roster of speakers who will update participants on their latest research findings. Along with the hundreds of invited talks, we will feature over 6,000 proffered papers from researchers all over the world. We want to thank the Program Committee Co-Chairpersons for their incredible expertise and guidance in shaping an innovative program that will be enjoyable as well as educational. With the accelerating pace of discoveries in the basic, translational, and clinical sciences, due in large part to the advent of new technologies, cancer researchers are making rapid progress that is having significant patient benefit. It is clear that in the near future even greater opportunities for the prevention, management, and cures for all types of cancer will abound. We are confident that attending the AACR Annual Meeting will give you renewed energy, inspiration, and focus in your work. Please register early and submit your abstract by the November 15, 2012, deadline. We look forward to seeing you in Washington, DC. Sincerely, Frank McCormick, Ph.D., F.R.S., D.Sc. José Baselga, M.D., Ph.D. AACR President, 2012-2013 Chairperson, 2013 Program Committee 4 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
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    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 6 PROgRAM iN PROgRESS On Saturday, April 6, 2013, a full program of Educational Sessions, Methods 2013 Workshops, Meet-the-Expert Sessions, and Award Lectures will be presented beginning at 8:00 a.m. The Opening Ceremony and Opening Plenary Session will take place on Sunday morning, April 7. The meeting will conclude on Wednesday, April 10. The 2013 Program in Progress follows. Regular updates to the program will be posted on the AACR website (www.aacr.org/AACR2013). Plenary Sessions Opening Plenary Session Sunday, April 7, 2013 Chairperson: José Baselga, Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Boston, MA Speakers: Hans Clevers, Hubrecht Institute, Utrecht, The Netherlands Charles M. Perou, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC Siddhartha Mukherjee, Columbia University, New York, NY Additional speaker to be announced Epigenetics Chairperson to be announced Speakers: Peter W. Laird, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Anjana Rao, La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology, La Jolla, CA Robert A. Copeland, Epizyme, Inc., Cambridge, MA Cancer Evolution and Resistance Chairperson: Jeffrey A. Engelman, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA Speakers: Jeffrey A. Engelman Neal Rosen, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY Todd R. Golub, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Cambridge, MA René Bernards, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 6 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 7 Major Symposia Adaptive Signaling in Resistance Imaging in Cancer Research Obesity, Energy Balance, and Metabolism The Bayard D. Clarkson Infections and Cancer: Symposium on Stem Cells Can We Cure Cancer Ras and Metabolism and Cancer: Stem Cell Biology Through Vaccinations? and Therapeutics The Ruth Sager Memorial Innate Sensing in the Tumor Symposium: Cancer Biological and Clinical Microenvironment Heterogeneity Implications of Premalignant Cancer Lesions The Interface Between The Stanley J. Korsmeyer Development and Cancer Using Memorial Symposium: Targeting Blood-Based Molecular Analysis Model Organisms Cell Death Pathways for Cancer of Cancer Therapy Large-Scale Genomic Studies of Context-Dependent Functions of Human Cancer Ras/Raf in Cancer Strategies to Overcoming Drug Resistance Metabolic and Epigenetic Developmental Pathways and Interactions in Cancer Cancer Stress Response Pathways in Cancer Metabolic Vulnerabilities of Emerging Technologies in Cancer Cells Cancer Research Synthetic Lethality and Its Discovery Expanding the Druggable Genome Mitotic Checkpoints Driving Cancer Therapeutic Strategies Target Validation by Chemical Genetic Mechanisms for Probes/Designer Chemical Resistance and the Mutations in Epigenetic Readers, Probes and Phenotypic Approach Implications/Resistance to Writers, and Erasers to Drug Discovery Targeted Therapies New Approaches to Genomic Characterization of Drug Discovery Targeting the Stroma Mouse Models New Vaccine Strategies Use of Next-Generation The Global Cancer Crisis: Needs Sequencing: Implementation of and Opportunities for Prevention Noncoding RNAs Clinical Genomics 7
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 8 PROgRAM iN PROgRESS 2013 Current Concepts in Current Concepts in Current Concepts in Organ Site Research Diagnostics and Epidemiology and Therapeutics Prevention Bone Metastasis Advances in Antibody-Drug Clinical Trials with Functional The Breast Cancer Genome Conjugates Foods and Its Implications for Therapy Classification and Aging, Telomeres, and Cancer Epigenetic Mechanisms of Pathogenesis of Liver Cancers Cancer Risk Avatar: Individualized Human Druggable Targets in Cancer Models in Mice Human Papillomavirus: Ewing’s Sarcoma Beyond Cervical Cancer Chemical Engineering of Emerging Targets in the Biologics Treatment of Lung Cancer Genomics-Driven Immune Epigenetic Mechanisms in Therapeutics Gastrointestinal Differentiation and Malignant Transformation Metformin, Diabetes, and Cancer Esophageal Cancer Next-Generation Therapeutic Genetic Determinants of Brain Modeling in Mice Metastasis Novel Mechanisms of Gynecologic Cancer Mutations Latent Metastasis Translational Research Lymphoid Malignancies Breakthroughs Melanoma Myeloid Malignancies Nervous System Tumors Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma Pediatric Tumors Prostate Cancer: The Dilemma of Overdiagnosis and Overtreatment Targeting Lymphoid Malignancies: Working from the Outside In 8 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 9 Forums Cancer in the Adolescent and Young Adult Population Clinical Trials Based on Mutations versus Histology Circulating Tumor Cells versus Serum DNA Drug Discovery in Industry, Academia, and Government— What Is the Track Record? Genome-Wide Association Studies: What We Have Learned, Future Directions, Next Generation Human Variation and Its Impact on Drug Development The Role of Stroma in Pancreatic Cancer Stem Cells in Cancer The Utility of Cell Line Screens for Drug Sensitivities Meet-the-Expert Sessions Speakers to be announced 9
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 10 PROgRAM iN PROgRESS 2013 Professional Advancement Sessions Professional Advancement Sessions Advance registration is only by the Associate Member Council have long been an integral part of available for the Grant Writing will be announced. Each will be the AACR Annual Meeting Workshop. Participation for all other aimed towards the professional experience, representing our sessions is on a first-come, needs of Associate Members and dedication to the education, training, first-served basis, and space is nonmember graduate students, and career advancement of cancer limited. Nonmembers are required to medical students and residents, and researchers. Sessions are organized pay on site. clinical and postdoctoral fellows, to provide important skills to and will focus on topics of particular investigators at all levels, from high Professional Advancement Sessions interest to early-career scientists. school students to senior faculty. at the Annual Meeting 2013 will We invite you to participate in include the following, with more to Career Paths in Cancer Drug sessions that will enrich your career. be added soon. For session Development updates, visit www.aacr.org/pas. Organized by the Chemistry in For AACR members, all 2013 Cancer Research Working Group Professional Advancement Sessions Careers in Clinical and (CICR) Young Chemists Committee are free with your Annual Meeting Translational Cancer Research registration (except for the Grant Roundtable Navigating the Road to a Successful Writing Workshop) and are an added Career in Cancer Research 16th Annual Grant Writing Workshop Organized by Minorities in Cancer benefit of your membership. Saturday, April 6, 2013 Research (MICR) For nonmembers, there is an 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. additional fee of $45 ($95 for the Organized by the Associate Member Career Mentoring Session Grant Writing Workshop) for Council (AMC) Organized by Women in Cancer attendance at each session. If you Research (WICR) This intensive half-day workshop are not an AACR member, we features keynote presentations, a Eighth Annual Undergraduate strongly encourage you to join and mock study section, and ample time Student Caucus and take advantage of the many benefits for roundtable discussions with Poster Competition of membership, which include senior scientists. This session is Organized by the AACR Science attendance at these sessions. aimed towards Associate Members Education Committee and nonmember graduate students, medical students and residents, and This exciting session gives clinical and postdoctoral fellows undergraduates the opportunity to with limited or no experience in learn more about current research preparing grant applications. Lunch in the cancer field, hear from will be provided. Preregistration is investigators about educational strongly encouraged; there is a pathways and career development, $45 registration fee for AACR explore career options in the cancer members and a $95 registration fee field, and compete for monetary for nonmembers. To register for the prizes while presenting their Grant Writing Workshop, check the research. Undergraduates at all appropriate box on the Official levels as well as postbaccalaureate Registration Form on page 35 or students are welcome to participate. register online beginning E-mail scienceeducation@aacr.org September 27, 2012. for more information. Visit www.aacr.org/uscpc to download Three additional Professional the registration form. Advancement Sessions organized 10 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 11 Special Program for poster areas with mentors, and a High School Students: networking lunch. Local students The Conquest of Cancer and the and children and/or students of Next Generation of AACR members and of other Cancer Researchers Annual Meeting registrants are welcome to register. Visit This free, interactive program is www.aacr.org/hs to download designed to inspire students to the High School Program pursue careers in cancer research Registration Form. and the biomedical sciences. Students learn about cancer from the experts while interacting with scientists, physicians, and their peers. The program includes lectures, tours of the exhibits and Related Career Advancement Sessions Annual Career Fair Meet the Research Pioneer Career Conversations are The AACR 6th Annual Cancer and Biomedical sessions are organized by the informal networking and Research Career Fair will be held on Saturday, Associate Member Council (AMC) discussion sessions designed for April 6, 2013. Recruiters from academia, industry, and are intended for early-career early-career scientists. Sessions and government will meet and connect with scientists. These sessions provide take place in the Associate researchers and clinicians at all career levels. a special opportunity to meet Member Resource and Career The Career Fair is free to all job seekers. esteemed researchers in a small Center in AACRcentral and limited Recruiters will have free access to interview group setting to discuss their seating is available. Visit rooms during the 2013 Career Fair and career path and their vision for the www.aacr.org/AACR2013 for throughout the Annual Meeting. Please visit future of their particular field of session updates. www.aacr.org/careerfair for more information. interest. Last year’s speakers included Drs. Beverly A. Teicher, Hans Clevers, Lisa M. Coussens, and Jonathan D. Licht. Sessions will take place in the AACR Amphitheater in AACRcentral. For session updates, Limited seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. visit www.aacr.org/pas. 11
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 12 gUiDEliNES FOR PREPARATiON AND SUBMiSSiON OF ABSTRACTS What You Need to Submit an Abstract Before you submit your abstract a $60 abstract submission fee. You online at www.aacr.org/AACR2013, will be asked to provide valid credit you must have the following: card information to cover payment of the fee, or you may send a check 1) Web Browser: Microsoft Internet to the address provided in the Explorer 7.0 or Higher. The AACR payment section of the Online Online Abstract Submission System Abstract Submission System has been optimized for use with the (include the Abstract Control newest features only available in Number on your check). Your Internet Explorer version 7.0. submission will not be complete (Download at until payment is verified. The www.microsoft.com/windows/ie.) submission fee is nonrefundable Browsers should be set to enable regardless of the final disposition of JavaScript and to accept cookies. the abstract. Receipts may be Users who need assistance in obtained by contacting the AACR at properly updating and configuring finance@aacr.org. their browsers should contact Abstract Submission Customer 4) Financial Relationships of Service at (217) 398-1792 or Co-Authors. Per ACCME support@abstractsonline.com. regulations, the AACR must collect information on the financial 2) Sponsor Permission and relationships of all meeting Information. Each abstract must be presenters and abstract authors. sponsored by an Active, Emeritus, You will be asked to disclose your Honorary, Associate, or Affilate financial relationships and the AACR member. You will be asked to financial relationships of all of your provide the name or member co-authors. For more information on number of the AACR member who financial relationships, visit has agreed to sponsor your www.aacr.org/home/scientists/ abstract; you must secure the meetings–workshops/cme.aspx. permission of the sponsor before submitting the abstract. Each AACR 5) Abstract Category and member in good standing (dues Subclassification. You must select paid for the current year) may a category and subclassification sponsor one abstract. Please keep for your abstract. See pages 20-25 in mind that as a result of this for details. restriction, each abstract submitted must have a different member 6) Chemical Structure Statement. sponsor. For details, see the You will be asked to state whether “Abstract Sponsorship Regulations” chemical compounds were used to on page 16 of this Call for Abstracts. generate the data in the abstract and, if so, whether you intend to 3) Payment Information: disclose the chemical structure Submission Fee. Each abstract during your presentation at the submitted must be accompanied by meeting. 12 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 13 Procedure for Submitting Abstracts AACR Online Abstract Length of Abstracts Abstract Deadline Submission System The combined length of the The deadline for abstract Authors must submit abstracts abstract body, title, and tables submissions is 11:59 p.m. for presentation at the Annual may not exceed 2,600 U.S. Eastern Time, Thursday, Meeting 2013 using the AACR characters, not including spaces November 15, 2012. Abstracts Online Abstract Submission and the author list. Tables count submitted in any form after the System, which will be available for 800 characters against the deadline will not be considered at www.aacr.org/AACR2013 limit. Submission cannot be by the Program Committee. beginning Monday October 1, completed for abstracts that 2012. You can create, modify, exceed this limit. Note: Submitting an abstract for and submit abstracts until the presentation at the AACR November 15, 2012, abstract Annual Meeting 2013 does not deadline. Complete instructions constitute registration for the Copyright Transfer/Permission meeting. Abstract presenters on the use of the AACR Online to Record/Abstract must register to attend the Abstract Submission System Presentation meeting by using the form will be provided on the website. enclosed in this publication or On behalf of all authors, the by registering online at corresponding author must www.aacr.org/AACR2013. Abstract Control Number agree to: The AACR will not be An Abstract Control Number will 1) Transfer copyright of the responsible for the acceptance be assigned to each abstract abstract to the AACR for and processing of revised submitted online and will be publication; abstracts that are not submitted listed on all e-mail in compliance with the posted 2) Grant the AACR permission to correspondence regarding the regulations. No changes may be record the audio portion (if abstract. Please refer to the made in abstracts after the any) of the abstract Abstract Control Number in any November 15, 2012, deadline. presentation and to collect all abstract communications. revenue from subsequent sales; and 3) Confirm that an author will attend the Annual Meeting to present the abstract. 13
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:32 PM Page 14 gUiDEliNES FOR PREPARATiON AND SUBMiSSiON OF ABSTRACTS late-Breaking Abstracts Late-Breaking Abstract Deadline the abstract control number and title Failure to comply with these as well as an explanation of the regulations pertaining to abstract The deadline for late-breaking reason for withdrawal. presentation may result in actions abstracts is Monday, January 28, including: 2013. Abstracts detailing highly significant and timely findings in any • The withdrawal of the abstract area of cancer research that were Presentation of Abstracts at the from the session not available at the time of the AACR Annual Meeting regular abstract deadline will be • The removal of the abstract from Because the Proceedings of the the online Proceedings considered by the AACR Annual AACR is intended to represent a Meeting Program Committee for summary of all of the abstract • The loss of future sponsorship presentation at the AACR Annual presentations at the Annual privileges for the sponsor of the Meeting 2013. Only those abstracts Meeting, every abstract that has abstract that are deemed to be of high been accepted for publication in the scientific priority will be accepted. • The loss of future abstract Proceedings of the AACR must also be presented at the meeting. submission/authorship privileges A special subcommittee of the Specifically, the author listed as the for the presenter of the abstract Program Committee will evaluate the merit of late-breaking abstracts. presenter for an abstract Each late-breaking abstract must be submission must attend the session sponsored by an AACR member. in which the abstract is scheduled Abstract submission fees and to discuss in detail the research sponsorship regulations also apply outlined in the published abstract, to late-breaking abstracts. according to the specific guidelines of the session. If, due to unforeseen circumstances, the designated presenter is unavailable to attend Deadline for Withdrawal of the session to present the abstract, Abstracts he or she must contact the AACR Program Development Department The AACR cannot comply with any at (215) 440-9300 or request for withdrawal of an programs@aacr.org to designate a abstract that will delay the co-author to serve as the presenter. publication of the Proceedings. If no authors are available to present However, requests to withdraw the abstract, the presenter must abstracts will be accepted through withdraw the abstract immediately Friday, January 25, 2013. Requests by contacting the AACR Program to withdraw late-breaking abstracts Development Department. will be accepted through Wednesday, March 6, 2013. Withdrawal requests must sent by e-mail to abstract@aacr.org. Withdrawal requests must include 14 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
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    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 16 gUiDEliNES FOR PREPARATiON AND SUBMiSSiON OF ABSTRACTS Abstract Sponsorship Regulations 1. Each abstract submitted for presentation 6. Permission to list an Active, Emeritus, or at the AACR Annual Meeting must be Honorary AACR member as a sponsor or sponsored by an Active, Emeritus, endorser must be obtained prior to Honorary, Associate, or Affiliate selecting the sponsor/endorser in the AACR member. Online Abstract Submission System. Individuals listed as sponsors or 2. Active, Emeritus, and Honorary members endorsers of abstracts will receive a may use their sponsorship privilege in one confirmation of sponsorship or of two ways: (a) the sponsor may be one endorsement via e-mail or fax. Sponsors of the authors of the abstract; or (b) the and endorsers are strongly encouraged to sponsor may use his or her privilege on review the confirmation e-mail or fax to behalf of the authors, who may be either ensure that the correct abstract title, members or nonmembers of AACR. author, etc., has been indicated. 3. An Associate or Affiliate Member in good 7. The sponsor is obligated to ascertain that standing may sponsor his or her own all authors are aware of and agree to the abstract provided that: (a) he or she is the content of the abstract. Sponsorship of presenter of the abstract; and (b) an an abstract implies support for the data Active, Emeritus, or Honorary Member in and the interpretations contained therein. good standing endorses the work. By Individuals who wish to apply for AACR endorsing an abstract, a member does not membership and sponsor their own lose his or her own sponsorship privilege. abstract must submit their complete application for membership no later than 4. The sponsor must be a member of AACR November 8, 2012 for regular abstracts in good standing. Membership dues must or by January 21, 2013, for late-breaking have been paid through the current year abstracts. Membership questions may be by the time of the submission of the directed to membership@aacr.org. abstract in order for the member to serve as the sponsor of an abstract for the upcoming Annual Meeting. As Honorary and Emeritus members are exempt from COMPLIANCE WITH THESE the payment of dues, this regulation does REGULATIONS IS THE RESPONSIBILITY not apply to them. Student members are OF THE AUTHORS. Adherence to these not eligible to sponsor an abstract. rules will be strictly enforced. Violations will result in the rejection of the abstract by the 5. Each member of AACR may sponsor one Program Committee. abstract for the November 15, 2012, regular deadline and one abstract for the January 28, 2013, late-breaking deadline. (Members must have their 2013 dues paid before sponsoring a late-breaking abstract.) 16 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 17 Disclosure of Chemical Structures The Program Committee will then Each abstract should contain: (a) an evaluate the information provided by introductory sentence indicating the At the time of abstract submission, the corresponding author and purposes of the study; (b) a brief the submitting author is required to determine the acceptability of the description of pertinent state whether chemical compounds proffered paper for presentation. experimental procedures; (c) a were used in the scientific work to Those who do not intend to disclose summary of the new, unpublished generate the data in the proffered chemical structures may have their data; and (d) a statement of the paper. Chemical compounds are abstracts rejected for participation; conclusions. defined as low-molecular-weight however, a limited number of these (generally <1000 g/mol) organic or abstracts may be accepted for Authors must accept sole inorganic molecules, peptides, or presentation if deemed to be of responsibility for the statements in proteins/nucleic acids co-crystallized sufficient scientific merit. their abstracts. Abstracts should be with low-molecular-weight molecules. carefully proofread to avoid errors in the published literature. American If chemical compounds were used, spelling should be used throughout; the corresponding author is further Content of Abstracts for more information regarding required to indicate whether the American spelling, please refer to complete chemical structures of the Authors who submit abstracts Scientific Style and Format: The compounds used will be disclosed confirm that they have not CSE Manual for Authors, Editors, at the time of presentation at the previously published these data, and Publishers, Seventh Edition meeting. The chemical structures that they have not previously (Council of Science Editors, 2006). are not required to be included at presented them at another large the time of abstract submission; national annual scientific meeting, rather, an indication of the intent to and that they are not planning to disclose any such structures at the present or publish them prior to time of presentation is required. the dates of the AACR Annual Meeting 2013. 17
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 18 gUiDEliNES FOR PREPARATiON AND SUBMiSSiON OF ABSTRACTS Spotlight on Clinical Research The AACR Annual Meeting is the data and one explaining the science translational implications will be premier event for presenting driving the clinical trials. In addition to considered for inclusion in this series cutting-edge cancer research covering providing a greater understanding of of sessions focused on clinical trials. the spectrum of science from the the science, this format provides bench to the clinic. The Annual increased opportunities for Abstracts submitted for both the Meeting 2012 reinforced the AACR’s presentation. Presenters of selected regular or the late-breaking deadlines long-standing commitment of abstracts will be asked to describe the will be considered by the Program highlighting the best science-based science informing the development of Committee. Placeholder abstracts may clinical research by featuring an the novel agent and/or diagnostic and be submitted by the January 28 unprecedented four clinical trials the clinical trial. late-breaking abstract deadline for sessions. These sessions were very clinical trials that only have preliminary well received, often attracting A specially appointed committee will data at the time of submission with standing-room-only crowds. Based review and select abstracts focused on final results to be submitted by March upon this success, in 2013 we will preclinical research and Phase I, II, and 1, 2013. The process for submitting a continue to provide many opportunities III clinical trials in treatment and placeholder is detailed on page 19. for our attendees to feature their prevention to be highlighted as clinical research in Clinical Trials proffered oral presentations. All clinical Symposia, poster sessions, and the trials-related abstracts submitted Clinical Trials in Progress poster within the Clinical Research (CL) session. This Symposium presentation category and any preclinical format, which is detailed below, subcategory that has significant provides the scientific context in which the clinical trials are designed and performed. Cutting-edge clinical trials selected for oral presentation will consist of separate talks: one featuring the trial 18 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 19 Placeholder Abstracts for • A placeholder abstract category The submission of abstracts in Clinical Trials (PL01: Phase I Clinical Trial Data: accordance with these guidelines Placeholder; PL02: Phase II Clinical does not guarantee acceptance by In an effort to ensure that the latest Trial Data: Placeholder, or PL03: the special subcommittee. All and most exciting new data in clinical Phase III Clinical Trials Data: late-breaking and placeholder trials is presented at the Annual Placeholder) must be selected in the abstracts must be submitted online. Meeting 2013, the AACR has online abstract submitter. Complete instructions for preparing implemented a special policy for the and submitting these abstracts will be submission of late-breaking abstracts • Abstracts must include the following available in January 2013 at of clinical trials for which only information: www.aacr.org/AACR2013. preliminary data are available at the time of the late-breaking abstract • Objectives of the study deadline of January 28, 2013. • Methodology Clinical Trials in Progress Poster To be eligible for consideration, the Session • Preliminary data or an indication following guidelines must be strictly of the type of results anticipated. Abstracts submitted to the Clinical followed: (This is especially applicable to Trials in Progress (CL15) category • Abbreviated abstracts must be clinical trials that are about to should summarize promising ongoing submitted by the late-breaking be closed.) trials that have not yet yielded final abstract submission deadline of results. A designated area of the • Completed abstracts including all January 28, 2013, and must also poster hall will be dedicated to the data—that is, Results and comply with the rules specified for presentation and discussion of Conclusions—must be submitted by their submission. abstracts accepted to this category. the final deadline of March 1, 2013. Press Coverage at AACR Annual Meetings Growing interest by the general public • More than 21 trillion media ABC World News Tonight, CBS in all areas of cancer research, impressions resulted from press Evening News, U.S. News & World especially patient-centered clinical coverage of hot topics in 2012, up Report, The Washington Post, CNN, information, has led to an increase in from 3 billion in 2011 BBC, Nature, Oncology Times, press coverage at AACR Annual and more Meetings. • There was press coverage of the Opening Plenary and other Plenary • Major outlets featured extensive • Over 110 press representatives were Sessions in major media outlets press coverage of clinical trials present onsite, and nearly 30 including The Wall Street Journal, such as BATTLE and STAR, which attended by teleconference The New York Times, Time were presented in major scientific Magazine, Los Angeles Times, USA sessions Today, NBC Today Show Online, 19
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 20 gUiDEliNES FOR PREPARATiON AND SUBMiSSiON OF ABSTRACTS MCB Molecular and Cellular Biology MCB1 Cell Growth Signaling Pathways Growth factors Receptors Cell signaling Tumor-stromal cell interactions Cell-cell interactions Cell and tissue kinetics Protein and lipid kinases Protein and lipid phosphatases GTPases, their regulators, and effectors Ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like proteins Protein acetylation Protein trafficking Cell polarity Signaling and new technologies Other MCB2 Cell Death Transcriptional control of apoptosis Cell death receptors/apoptotic signaling pathways Caspases Effectors of apoptosis Abstract Categories 2013 Regulators of apoptosis Enhancement of apoptosis by chemotherapeutic agents The 2013 abstract categories, along with their related subcategories Survival factors and subclassifications, are presented for your information in this bcl-2 family proteins: Anti- and proapoptotic section. When you use the Online Abstract Submission System, Autophagy and cell death Necrosis and necroptosis these options are available for your selection. Authors are asked to Other choose the appropriate category, subcategory, and subclassification MCB3 Molecular Genetics that best describe the scientific content of the abstract and the Molecular marker studies particular scientific audience you wish to reach. This information will Functional identification of new cancer genes be used as a guide by the members of the Program Committee in Cloning of cancer genes their review of abstracts and planning of sessions at the 2013 Molecular cytogenetics Mutation detection methods Annual Meeting. Please note that these abstract categories may or Other may not be used as Annual Meeting session titles. There is some MCB4 Oncogenes and Tumor Suppressor Genes intentional duplication of topics across categories. Before making Oncogene growth factors and their receptors your selection, please scan the entire list for the most appropriate Tumor suppressor genes abstract category, subcategory, and subclassification. Cytoplasmic signal transducers (ras, raf, MAPK regulators, apoptosis regulators, etc.) Nuclear oncoproteins and tumor suppressor genes Genotype/phenotype correlations Other MCB5 Gene Regulation and Transcription Factors Gene expression Chromatin structure and function Mechanisms of transcription Oncogenic transcription factors Promoters and enhancers of transcription Protein-protein interactions in transcription factor function RNA interference Transcriptional control of cell differentiation Posttranscriptional and translational control Regulation of transcription factor function Other 20 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 21 MCB6 Epigenetics MCB11 Bioinformatics and Computational TB Tumor Biology Chromatin structure and function Molecular Biology DNA methylation Gene expression profiling DNA methylation inhibitors Sequence analysis Epigenetic changes as molecular New algorithms TB1 Cell Culture and Animal markers of cancer Unique database resources Models of Cancer Gene silencing Molecular modeling Mouse models of human cancer Genomic imprinting New software for data analysis Human-in-mouse models of Histone acetylation Mathematical modeling human cancer Histone methylation Application of bioinformatics 3-D and tissue recombinant models Other to cancer biology Noninvasive imaging in animal models Other Developmental phenotypes of MCB7 Cell Cycle cancer genes Control of cell cycle progression MCB12 Innovative Technologies in Model organisms in drug discovery Cell cycle checkpoints Cancer Research Zebrafish models of cancer Cyclins Tumor microdissection Other animal and cell models CDKs and CDK inhibitors Sequencing of cancer Mitosis Microarrays Other Cytokinesis Proteomics Phosphorylation and proteolysis Metabolomics TB2 Stem Cell Biology/ in cell cycle control Imaging Cancer Stem Cells/ Negative cell cycle regulators Other Developmental Oncobiology Quiescence Adult stem cells DNA synthesis MCB13 microRNAs and Embryonic stem cells Telomeres and telomerase Other Noncoding RNAs Stem cell markers Other miRNA regulation of cancer biology Stem-cell-based therapies miRNAs as tumor Cancer stem cells MCB8 DNA Damage and Repair suppressors/oncogenes Developmental pathways in cancer Gene amplification miRNA profiling in cancer Other Non-homologous end joining Epigenetic control of Homologous recombination miRNA expression TB3 Tumor Adhesion Transcription-coupled repair Ultraconserved region-derived Cell adhesion and extracellular matrix Chromosomal structural small RNAs Cell-cell adhesion alterations/translocations Noncoding RNAs In vitro models of tumor adhesion Genomic instability Genetics of miRNA and/or other Reconstituted basement membrane Mechanisms of genomic alterations noncoding RNAs 3-D models Viral mechanisms affecting miRNA-based diagnostics Drug resistance DNA damage and repair miRNA-based therapeutics Other Other Other TB4 Tumor Metastasis MCB9 Metabolism and Cancer MCB14 Cancer Systems Biology Biomarkers of tumor metastasis Autophagy Integrative cancer biology Detection of occult metastases Signaling pathways that Synthetic biology Epithelial/mesenchymal transition regulate metabolism Network biology Expression profiling of tumor Metabolic pathways Biological systems engineering progression and metastasis Mitochondrial function Complex dynamical systems Imaging of tumor progression Energy kinetics Computational systems biology and metastasis Metabolic interactions between Systems modeling Metastasis and the tumor epithelial and stromal cells Control theory microenvironment Warburg effect Other Metastasis-promoting genes Other Metastasis suppressor genes MCB15 Cellular Stress Responses CTC/DTC detection MCB10 Genomics Oxidative stress Premetastatic niche Genomic profiling of tumors Anoikis Comparisons of the tumor stem cell Computational tools and databases Senescence niche at the primary versus the Functional genomics Aging metastatic site High-throughput biology Telomere shortening Other Large-scale approaches to Hypoxia cancer gene discovery Unfolded protein response Single cell cancer genomics Other Tumor evolution Other 21
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 22 TB5 Angiogenesis, Vasculogenesis, TB8 Pediatric Cancer - Basic Science Mutagenesis Microcirculation, and (See also CL4: Pediatric Cancer - Predictive assays for carcinogenicity Cellular Microenvironment Clinical Investigations.) Premalignant lesions Angiogenesis inhibitors Preclinical pediatric research Reactive oxygen studies/ Endothelial cell functions Genetics/genomics/epigenetics of oxidative stress in vitro and in vivo pediatric cancer Signal transduction Host-tumor interactions Stem cells and tumors of the Toxicology Molecular mechanisms developing nervous system Tumor promotion of angiogenesis Targeting developmental signaling Other Novel pro- and antiangiogenic factors pathways in cancer Tumor microcirculation and Animal models of pediatric disease the microenvironment Pediatric cancer cell death Antiangiogenic kinase inhibitors mechanisms and regulation CH Cancer Chemistry Metronomic therapy Pediatric cancer biomarkers Pericyte biology Other Resistance to angiogenesis inhibitors CH1 Drug Discovery and Design VEGF/VEGF receptors TB9 Radiation Biology Drug design Vasculogenesis (See also CL10: Radiation Oncology.) Lead identification Other ATM/ATR Lead optimization Cell cycle and apoptosis in Natural products TB6 Tumor Microenvironment radiation responses Chemoinformatics, in silico screening, Immunity and the microenvironment Cytokines in radiation response and computational methods Epigenetic responses to and from DNA damage and repair High-throughput screening the microenvironment and mutagenesis (assays and libraries) Extracellular matrix and integrins Molecular modulators of Basic and applied nanotechnology Chemokines in the microenvironment radiation response and therapeutics Drug targets in the microenvironment Oncogenes and tumor suppressor Synthesis, metabolism, Gene expression in genes in radiation responses and disposition the microenvironment Photobiology/photodynamic therapy Drug delivery Inflammatory cells as regulators Radiation-induced Other of tumor growth biochemical alterations Immune cells in the tumor Radiation-induced gene expression CH2 Structural and Chemical Biology microenvironment Radiation resistance Small molecule, protein, and Proteases and inhibitors Radioprotectors and radiosensitizers nucleic acid interactions in the microenvironment Radiation-activated X-ray and NMR structures Organ-specific microenvironments signaling pathways Chemical genetics, genomics, Regulators in body fluids (plasma, Other and glycomics CSF, ductal secretions) Target identification, small molecule Tumor-stromal interactions TB10 Migration and Invasion probes, and libraries Tumor/wound relationships Migration Nanotechnology in chemical biology Microbiome Invasion Other Mechanotransduction (ECM stiffness) Polarity Tumor dormancy Actin cytoskeleton CH3 Proteomics, Metabolomics, and Tumor-immune system interactions Microtubules Biological Mass Spectrometry Microvessicles/exosomes, Ameboid and mesenchymal migration Proteomics and biomarker discovery including gap junctions Collective migration Proteomics and signaling networks Microenvironment-induced Models of migration and invasion Biological mass spectrometry therapeutic resistance Genes that regulate migration and systems biology Other and invasion Other Other TB7 In Vivo Imaging CH4 Chemical Aspects of Imaging of molecular and cellular Carcinogenesis events in tumors and tumor cells Nucleic acid damage Imaging of molecular and CG Carcinogenesis Carcinogen metabolism cellular events in the and disposition tumor microenvironment Oxidative stress and inflammation Imaging in animal models CG1 Carcinogenesis – Chemical, Other Imaging the immune response Viral, and Radiation Imaging tumor metabolism CH5 Imaging Agents and Immune suppression New targets for imaging Radiotherapeutics and carcinogenesis Application of imaging technology Imaging agents and radiotherapeutics Animal and in vitro models to the clinic Other for carcinogenesis Advanced nanotechnology DNA damage and repair CH6 Drug Delivery and imaging Molecular carcinogenesis Basic and applied nanotechnology Other Chemical carcinogenesis and therapeutics Environmental carcinogenesis Other Viral-induced transformation Host-virus interactions Hormonal carcinogenesis Radiation carcinogenesis 22 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 23 CL Clinical Research CL4 Pediatric Cancer – Clinical CL10 Radiation Oncology Investigations (See also TB9: Radiation Biology; (See also TB8: Pediatric Cancer - Basic and CL3: Phase II and Phase III Science; and CL3: Phase II and Adult Clinical Trials.) CL1 Translational Research – Molecular Phase III Adult Clinical Trials.) Modification of radiation sensitivity Biology in the Clinic Pediatric phase I, II, and III Radiation resistance Cytogenetics and clinical clinical trials Clinical radiotherapeutic studies molecular genetics Translational studies in children Combination therapies/organ Minimal residual disease Developmental therapeutics in site-specific phase I, II, and III Molecular classification of tumors pediatric oncology (drug clinical trials Molecular diagnostics development and discovery) Radiation-induced late effects/ Laboratory correlates/new agents Pediatric drug toxicity second cancers that target signal transduction and/or resistance Other pathways, growth factors, and Pediatric cancer behavioral science cell cycle progression ImmunoRx/transplant studies CL11 Clinical Endocrinology Functional and molecular imaging Late effects/survivorship (See EN2: Clinical Endocrinology.) Tumor staging: Correlation of clinical Other and molecular markers CL12 Supportive Care and Survivorship Other CL5 Clinical Research in the Elderly Research (See also CL3: Phase II and Biology of cell and tissue damage CL2 Phase I Clinical Trials and Clinical Phase III Adult Clinical Trials.) Late effects Pharmacology Organ site-specific phase I, II, Interactions with other comorbidities (See also ET5: Pharmacology, and III clinical trials Interventions to reduce Pharmacogenetics, and Aging, immunity, and cancer neurocognitive dysfunction Pharmacogenomics.) Outcomes research Psycho-oncology Clinical drug resistance Pharmacologic considerations Translational survivorship research Biodistribution/toxicology Other Transdisciplinary survivorship research Pharmacogenetics/genomics and Supportive care, palliation, therapeutic responses CL6 Clinical Research in Minorities and and pain management Pharmacokinetics Medically Underserved Populations Outcomes research Surrogates of drug response (See also CL3: Phase II and Other Mechanism-based and off-target Phase III Adult Clinical Trials.) toxicity models Organ site-specific phase I, II, CL13 Molecular Biomarkers for Other and III clinical trials Diagnosis, Prognosis, Aging, immunity, and cancer and Prediction CL3 Phase II and Phase III Adult Clinical Outcomes research Diagnostic/early detection biomarkers Trials (Organ Site-specific) Pharmacologic considerations Prognostic/metastasis biomarkers (See also CL4: Pediatric Cancer - Other Biomarkers predictive of Clinical Investigations; CL5: Clinical therapeutic benefit Research in the Elderly; CL6: Clinical CL7 Biostatistics in Clinical Trials Other Research in Minorities and Medically Design and analysis of clinical trials Underserved Populations; and CL10: New study designs: Theory, CL14 Regulatory Science Radiation Oncology.) methodology, and modeling Clinical trial design AIDS-related malignancies Biostatistical methods in Combination clinical trial strategies Bladder cancer translational studies Endpoint validation Brain and central nervous Meta-analysis Biomarker validation system cancers Comparative effectiveness research Codevelopment of therapeutics Breast cancer and cost-effective studies and diagnostics Colorectal cancer Other Codevelopment of Gastric cancer investigational agents Head and neck cancer CL8 Ethics in Clinical Trials Molecular signatures of Leukemia and MDS Ethics in clinical trials response and toxicity Liver cancer Other Quantitative data modeling Lymphoma Retrospective analyses CL9 Clinical Immunology/Biological Patient-reported outcomes Lung cancer Therapy Clinical trial accrual Melanoma and skin cancer (See IM2: Cancer Immunotherapy, Toxicology models Myeloma Preclinical and Clinical.) Safety biomarkers and assays Ovarian and other gynecological cancers Other Pancreatic cancer CL15 Clinical Trials in Progress Peripheral nervous system cancers Phase I clinical trials and endocrine tumors Phase II clinical trials Prostate and other genitourinary Phase III clinical trials tract cancers Other Renal cancer Sarcoma Thyroid cancer Other 23
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 24 EN Endocrinology EP2 Genetic and ET3 New Molecular Targets Molecular Epidemiology Identification of molecular targets Familial and hereditary cancers Cell death pathways and treatment Pathway and candidate gene Functional and molecular imaging to EN1 Molecular and Preclinical studies of risk or prognosis assess targeted drug action Endocrinology Genome-wide association Modulation of DNA repair (See also EN2: Clinical Endocrinology.) studies/Post-GWAS studies Molecular classification of tumors for Growth factors and receptors Next-generation sequencing in diagnostics, prognostics, and Hormonal control epidemiology studies therapeutic outcomes Hormone signaling and inhibitors (whole genome, exome, targeted, New in vitro and in vivo models Nuclear receptors: Structure or fine-mapping; RNAseq) for targets and function Functional studies of genetic variants Other Preclinical studies of Gene-gene and gene- endocrine-related cancers environment interactions ET4 Drug Resistance Retinoids and receptors Biomarkers of endogenous or Biochemistry of membrane Receptors and signal transduction exogenous exposures metabolism and transport Steroid hormone receptors Biomarkers of risk and prognosis Drug resistance in molecular Other Pharmacogenomics targeted therapies Epigenetic epidemiology Drug transport and metabolism EN2 Clinical Endocrinology Epidemiology of premalignant Glutathione metabolism (See also ENI: Molecular and conditions Non-P-glycoprotein Preclinical Endocrinology.) Epidemiology of tumor molecular multidrug resistance Retinoid-based cancer therapy heterogeneity Novel mechanisms Hormone receptors and Omics technologies in epidemiology P-glycoprotein structure and function diagnosis/prognosis studies (gene expression profiling, Regulation of gene expression Hormone synthesis, metabolism, proteomics, metabolics) in drug resistance and inhibitors Emerging areas in molecular Reversal of drug resistance Neuroendocrine and other epidemiology: Microbiome, Other endocrine factors exposome, other Endocrine-related cancers (breast, ET5 Pharmacology, Pharmacogenetics, Novel methods and bioinformatics ectopic hormone-related cancers, and Pharmacogenomics approaches in molecular gynecological cancers, (See also CL2: Phase I Clinical Trials epidemiology studies prostate/genitourinary cancers) and Clinical Pharmacology.) Other Other Cellular pharmacology Molecular pharmacology ET Experimental and Pharmacogenetics and therapeutic response EP Epidemiology Molecular Therapeutics Pharmacogenomics Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics EP1 Epidemiology/Methodology ET1 Drug Discovery Preclinical toxicology Alcohol, smoking, and other Biochemical modulators of the Other lifestyle factors therapeutic index Combination chemotherapy ET6 Small Molecule Therapeutic Agents Diet, physical activity, and obesity Differentiation therapy Alkylating agents Descriptive epidemiology, cancer Novel assay technology Antifolates incidence, mortality, clusters, Antibody technologies DNA-reactive agents and secular trends New targets Novel antitumor agents Health disparities research Novel drug delivery systems Platinum complexes Environmental and The tumor microenvironment Proteasome inhibitors occupational epidemiology in innovative cancer HDAC and methyltransferase inhibitors Risk prediction models for incidence, drug development Topoisomerases prognosis, and/or mortality Other Tubulin agents Infection and immune factors Tyrosine kinase and Pharmacoepidemiology ET2 Mechanisms of Drug Action phosphatase inhibitors Psychosocial and Cell cycle mechanisms of Other behavioral epidemiology Cancer survivorship anticancer drug action Cancer screening Cellular responses to anticancer drugs Primary and secondary Interactions of new agents intervention studies with radiation Health services Role of microenvironment in and comparative therapeutic responses effectiveness research Other Statistical and epidemiological methodology Hormonal and reproductive factors Other 24 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 25 ET7 Biological Therapeutic Agents IM2 Cancer Immunotherapy, PR2 Clinical Prevention Studies (See also IM2: Cancer Immunotherapy, Preclinical and Clinical Biomarkers and intervention studies Preclinical and Clinical.) (See also ET7: Biological Cancer surveillance and Antireceptors Therapeutic Agents.) screening studies Apoptosis: Therapeutic manipulation Monoclonal antibodies Chemoprevention clinical trials Growth factor receptors and other Vaccines (oncolytic and prophylactic) Genomics and proteomics in cancer surface antigens as targets Cancer biotherapies, including risk and response assessment for therapy antitumor vaccines Application of molecular pathology in Oncogenes, tumor suppressor genes, Cytokines clinical prevention and gene products as targets Adoptive T-cell transfer Prevention and treatment of for therapy Immunomodulatory agents premalignant lesions Protein kinases and phosphatases and interventions (intraepithelial neoplasia) as targets for therapy Modifiers of the Genetic markers as surrogate The role of microenvironment in tumor microenvironment endpoints in prevention trials therapeutic response Combination therapies Translational models of Other Immune monitoring/clinical correlates chemoprevention Regulation of immune responses Prevention of second cancers ET8 Gene and Vector-Based Therapy in patients with cancer Prophylactic surgery in Vector systems and Other cancer prevention targeting strategies Recruitment of special populations in Cell-type-specific expression clinical prevention trials regulation of suicide genes International clinical prevention studies Immune modulators PR Prevention Research Other Antisense molecules Nonbiological delivery systems PR3 Behavioral and Social Science in Progenitor cell targeting Cancer Prevention Research PR1 Preclinical Prevention Studies Gene therapy and radiation studies Behavioral science and Animal models in prevention Other cancer prevention Cellular models Screening and early detection Biological and biochemical ET9 Preclinical Radiotherapeutics Tobacco: Use, effects, prevention, mechanisms in prevention Molecular targets of and cessation Biomarkers and intervention studies radiation response Recruitment/retention/adherence Molecular markers in Normal tissue/cellular stress in clinical research prevention research responses to radiation Obesity, diet, physical activity, Chemoprevention studies Radioprotectors and radiosensitizers and energy balance Molecular targets for cancer Modification of radiation sensitivity Quality of life/late effects/survivorship prevention and development Combination therapies/organ Prevention behaviors of new agents site-specific phase I, II, and III (sun exposure, other) Diet and cancer clinical trials Cancer communication and Other Radiation-induced late effects/ decision making second cancers Psycho-neuroimmunology Other and related factors Genetic testing and counseling Diffusion and information IM immunology dissemination Health disparities research Health economics, policy, and outcomes IM1 Tumor Immunobiology Other Tumor antigens Innate immunity to tumors Tumor antigen processing/presentation Lymphocyte response to tumors Immune regulation Immune cells in the tumor microenvironment Tumor-induced immune suppression Lymphocyte trafficking Immunobiology of the tumor microenvironment Molecular mechanisms of tumor-driven immune suppression Novel animal models Inflammation and cancer Inflammation and cancer risk Inflammation and cancer progression Systems biology approach to tumor immunity Other 25
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 26 AACR MEMBERShiP CATEgORiES AACR Membership Categories Student Membership is open to are described below. Apply for persons who have manifested an membership online through interest in cancer and the related myAACR at http://myaacr.aacr.org biomedical sciences and who are or download an application at enrolled in a program leading to a www.aacr.org/membership. high school diploma or a bachelor’s degree. Special membership rates are available for candidates located in Emeritus Membership is open to countries with emerging economies existing Active members who have as designated by the World Bank. reached the age of 70 years, who For a complete list of countries with are disabled, or are retired. emerging economies, please visit Sustaining Membership is open to www.aacr.org/home/membership-/ organizations in recognition of international-interests.aspx. annual payment of dues and other Contact the AACR Membership substantial contributions in support Department with any questions of the mission, purposes, and at (215) 440-9300 or activities of the Association. Annual membership@aacr.org. dues are determined by the sustaining member level. Active Membership is open to investigators worldwide who have Honorary Membership is open to established a record of scholarly distinguished individuals who have activity resulting in original made extraordinary contributions to peer-reviewed articles in the advancement of cancer publications relevant to cancer research either through outstanding research and biomedical science. personal scientific activity or through exceptional leadership in Affiliate Membership is open to cancer research. (Candidates for qualified individuals who are health Honorary membership are invited professionals working in support of through a special selection cancer research and biomedical process.) science; survivors and advocates who are members of organizations whose mission includes the advancement of cancer research; educators; or other professionals who are interested in and/or make substantial contributions to the cancer field. Associate Membership is open to graduate students; medical students and residents; and clinical and postdoctoral fellows who are enrolled in education or training programs that could lead to careers in cancer research and the related sciences. 26 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 27 FiNANCiAl SUPPORT FOR ATTENDANCE AACR Scholar-in-Training number, participation, visibility, and either engaged in cancer research Awards recognition of minority scientists in or have training that could lead to Approximately 200 awards of $400 cancer research. The AACR contributions in the field. Only to $2,000 (depending on recipient’s Minority-Serving Institution Faculty citizens or permanent residents of location in U.S. or country of and Minority Scholar Awards are the United States or Canada may residence) are available to first two of several programs sponsored receive one of these awards. For authors and presenters of by MICR in support of its mission. details or to submit or download an meritorious abstracts through the These awards are generously application, visit www.aacr.org/msa. support of various foundations and supported by the National Cancer Application deadline: November corporations. Only AACR members Institute Center to Reduce Cancer 30, 2012. are eligible to apply for these awards. Health Disparities. To learn more, Nonmembers are encouraged to please visit www.aacr.org/micr or send an e-mail to micr@aacr.org. apply for membership. AACR-Women in The AACR Scholar-in-Training AACR Minority-Serving Institution Cancer Research (WiCR) Awards are open to AACR members Faculty Scholar in Cancer Scholar Awards who are graduate students, medical Research: The AACR AACR-WICR Scholar Awards are students and residents, clinical Minority-Serving Institution Faculty awarded to members of Women in fellows or equivalent, and Scholar in Cancer Research Awards Cancer Research who are full-time postdoctoral fellows who are are intended to increase the scientists-in-training. Graduate traveling from any country in the scientific knowledge base of faculty students, medical students, world. To be considered, no members at minority-serving residents, clinical fellows or application is necessary; eligible institutions, to encourage them in equivalent, or postdoctoral fellows individuals should check the their research, and to assist in who are presenters of meritorious appropriate box in the Online inspiring their students to pursue scientific papers at the AACR Abstract Submission System and careers in cancer research. These Annual Meeting are eligible. To learn submit their abstracts by the awards are available to full-time more about WICR and this award November 15, 2012, deadline. faculty members of minority-serving program, please visit institutions (as defined by the U.S. Through the generosity of its www.aacr.org/wicr or send an Department of Education) who are supporters and grants from the e-mail to wicr@aacr.org. Application scientists at the level of assistant National Cancer Institute, the AACR deadline: November 30, 2012. professor or above and who are is pleased to provide financial engaged in meritorious basic, support to meritorious early-career clinical, translational, or scientists residing anywhere in the epidemiological cancer research. AACR-Thomas J. Bardos world, and also to members of Only citizens or permanent Science Education Awards minority groups residing in the residents of the United States or for Undergraduate Students United States or Canada that have In keeping with the Association’s Canada may receive one of these been traditionally underrepresented efforts to promote the education awards. For details or to submit or in cancer and biomedical research and training of the next generation download an application, visit to assist them in attending the www.aacr.org/msi. Application of able and dedicated scientists, the AACR Annual Meeting. Detailed deadline: November 30, 2012. AACR is pleased to provide information about these award AACR-Thomas J. Bardos Science programs, including eligibility and AACR Minority Scholar in Cancer Education Awards for selection criteria, can be found by Research: The AACR Minority Undergraduate Students. These visiting www.aacr.org/AACR2013 Scholar in Cancer Research Awards are intended to enhance the travel awards provide third-year and clicking on the Financial Support for Attendance link. education and training of minority undergraduates with the funds to researchers and increase the participate in two consecutive visibility and recognition of AACR Annual Meetings. To learn Minorities in minorities involved in cancer more about this award program, Cancer Research (MiCR)- research. Eligible scientists are please visit www.aacr.org/bardos Sponsored Awards full-time predoctoral (graduate or or send an e-mail to Minorities in Cancer Research medical) students, medical scienceeducation@aacr.org. (MICR) – a membership group within residents, postdoctoral and clinical Application deadline: AACR – is working to increase the fellows, and junior faculty who are November 30, 2012. 27
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 28 hOUSiNg Housing Opens Tuesday, September 25, 2012 Housing for the AACR Annual Meeting • Any special requests • By e-mailing your change 2013 will open at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Fax: Complete the Attendee Housing or cancellation to Time on Tuesday, September 25, Form found on page 37 and fax it to AACRHousing@cmrus.com 2012. Please see pages 38-39 of this AACR Housing at (415) 293-4397. • By calling AACR Housing at publication for a listing of the official When faxing the Attendee Housing (888) 381-7166 or (415) 979-2262 conference hotels. The deadline for Form please be certain to indicate six Your credit card will be charged one making hotel reservations is choices. Please allow 24 hours for Wednesday, February 20, 2013. After night’s room plus tax or your check the deadline, registrants will be confirmation of your reservation. Your will be forfeited if you cancel your required to make their own housing confirmation will be sent via e-mail if reservation less than 72 hours before arrangements. It is strongly suggested an e-mail address is provided on the your confirmed arrival date. If you fail that room reservations be guaranteed Attendee Housing Form. If no e-mail to arrive on the date confirmed by with a major credit card. address is provided, your AACR Housing, your credit card will confirmation will be faxed. If you do be charged one night’s room plus tax not provide either an e-mail address hotel Reservations or a fax number your confirmation or your check will be forfeited. All You may reserve your hotel room in subsequent nights of the reservation will be mailed. one of the following ways: will be cancelled. Mail: Complete the Attendee Online: Visit the AACR Annual Housing Form found on page 37 and Note: It is common practice for hotels Meeting website at to charge an organization for rooms mail to the address indicated on the www.aacr.org/AACR2013 to reserve that are cancelled or released at the form. Be certain to include either a your hotel room online. Please note last minute. The AACR asks that room credit card number or a check to that you must supply a credit card in reservations and cancellations be guarantee your reservation. Please order to reserve a room online. You made with care to avoid these will find descriptions, amenity be certain to indicate six choices. Your confirmation will be sent via charges, which will increase the cost information, and photographs for e-mail if an e-mail address is of the Annual Meeting. each AACR official hotel. Additionally, a map showing the location of all provided on the Attendee Housing hotels and the Walter E. Washington Form. If no e-mail address is group Reservations Convention Center is also available provided, your confirmation will be faxed if a fax number is provided. If Organizations wishing to hold a block on the AACR Housing website. Visit the AACR Housing website to get you do not provide either an e-mail of rooms must use the Group Housing up-to-the-minute availability and address or a fax number your Form, which can be obtained by receive immediate confirmation of confirmation will be mailed. visiting www.aacr.org/AACR2013 and your hotel reservation. clicking on the Housing link. Exhibitors may request rooms in the Phone: AACR Housing agents will be available to accept reservations as guarantee AACR Room Block and must submit well as provide information on the Reservations must be guaranteed an Exhibitor Room Block Request AACR official hotels Monday through with either a major credit card (Amex, Form or an Exhibitor Rooming List Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. VISA, or MasterCard) or a check in Form, which can be accessed from Eastern Time. You will be required to the amount of $300 per guestroom www.aacr.org/AACR2013. Please supply a credit card if reserving your and $700 per suite. Make checks adhere to all rules and regulations to hotel room by phone. Once your payable to Convention Management facilitate processing. Confirmation will reservation is complete, you will Resources, Inc. be e-mailed. receive immediate confirmation by e-mail or fax. AACR Housing can be reached toll-free in the U.S. and Changes and hospitality Suites Canada at (888) 381-7166 or for Cancellations Suites are for sleeping purposes only international callers at (415) Changes and cancellations can and may not be used for meetings or 979-2262. When calling AACR be made: events without prior written permission Housing be certain to have the • Online at the AACR from AACR. For those types of events, following information: Housing website at please complete the AACR Affiliate • Arrival and departure dates www.aacr.org/AACR2013 Event Space Request Form. If you • Hotel preferences (for reservations guaranteed would like a copy of this form, please • Credit card number with credit card only) contact AACR Housing at (888) • Your address, phone number, • By faxing your change or 381-7166, (415) 979-2262, or via fax number, and e-mail address cancellation to (415) 293-4397 e-mail at AACRHousing@cmrus.com 28 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 29 TRAvEl By Air United offers discounts from 2% blackouts. Offer valid with Sleepers, to 10% off applicable fares. Business Class, or First Class seats Washington, DC, is served by Discounts apply on United Airlines with payment of the full applicable three major airports: Reagan and flights operated by United or accommodation charges. National Airport (DCA), Dulles other airlines branded United International Airport (IAD), and Express, Lufthansa, and All Baltimore Washington Nippon Airways. Provide Z-code: ground Transportation International Airport (BWI). ZNG4 and Agreement Code: The AACR has contracted with Reagan National Airport is 20-45 559683. Reservations may be Washington Flyer Super Shuttle to minutes from Walter E. booked through Gant or United offer shuttle service between Washington Convention Center via www.united.com. United DCA, IAD, BWI, and the and area downtown hotels. Both reservations can be reached at Walter E. Washington Convention IAD and BWI are 45-75 minutes (800) 521-4041. A fee applies for Center and convention hotels from Walter E. Washington phone reservations only. Terms during the meeting. For airport Convention Center and area and conditions apply. shuttle service information and downtown hotels. Save 9% off American’s lowest reservations, call 1 (800) BLUE Special meeting discounts are applicable fares when you book VAN or 1 (800) 258-3826 and available on United and American and ticket 60 days or more in mention code AACR1 to the Airlines. Support your association advance (agent-assisted only via reservation agent to receive 5% by using the special promotional Gant or American). Book online off a round-trip transfer. Full codes and take advantage of the and you will receive a 5% details on how to reserve the early discount savings. discount on applicable published Washington Flyer Super Reservations may be made fares via www.aa.com. Provide Shuttle are available at: through United or American. code: A1533BU. Discounts apply http://groups.supershuttle.com/ on American, American Eagle, aacr.html. To avoid wait time and You may also book travel through receive the discount, advance AmericanConnections, and Gant Travel, AACR’s official travel reservations are required. oneworld Alliance Partners only. agency. Travel booked through American reservations can be Public Transportation: The Metro Gant for Annual Meeting 2013 will reached at (800) 433-1790, and a and other regional train and bus qualify for a drawing for $500.00 fee applies for phone information can be obtained by in United Airline travel funds to reservations. Terms and visiting the Washington use towards future travel. Drawing conditions apply. Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will be based on tickets issued through Gant Travel for the Annual at http://www.wmata.com. Meeting and the winner will be notified at the Annual Meeting. By Train Terms and conditions apply. Amtrak offers a 10% discount off Assistance for the best available rail fare to international Travelers Washington, DC, between An official letter of invitation is gant Travel Desk April 3, 2013 and April 13, 2013. available through the online To book your reservation, call registration system. Contact the E-mail: aacr@ganttravel.com Amtrak at (800) 872-7245 or American Consulate in your Toll-free: (800) 255-8664; contact your local travel agent. country to review the current Outside the U.S. and Canada: Convention travel cannot be regulations for travel to the United (630) 227-3873. booked via Internet. Please be States. Please begin the visa sure to refer to Convention Fare application process as early as Gant is open from 7:30 a.m. to Code X16L-953 when making possible. Information is available 6:00 p.m. U.S. Central Time, your reservation. This offer is not on the U.S. Department of State Monday through Friday. valid on the Auto Train and Acela website at www.travel.state.gov. A $25 fee applies for Service. Fare is valid on Amtrak You may also contact the AACR agent-assisted reservations. Book Regional for all departures seven at (215) 440-9300 or online for one low fee of $7. days a week, except for holiday meetings@aacr.org with questions. 29
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 30 AACRcentral Whether youre catching up on e-mail in the Internet Café or networking with colleagues in one of several resource rooms, youll find AACRcentral to be an integral part of your Annual Meeting experience. Located in the heart of the Exhibit Hall, AACRcentral brings together valuable services and resources for the benefit of Annual Meeting attendees. While youre there, be sure to stop by the AACR exhibit booth to speak with knowledgeable AACR staff, learn more about our programs and events, become a member, or pick up one of our acclaimed journals. AACR MiCR Networking and investigators and provides meeting Membership Centers Resource Center attendees with a comfortable and social environment for networking. The AACR Membership Centers The Minorities in Cancer Research All WICR members and Annual provide a place where members can (MICR) Networking and Resource Meeting registrants are encouraged obtain information regarding their Center, located in AACRcentral, to visit the WICR Networking and membership, join Association hosts exciting meet-and-greet Resource Center to learn about groups within AACR, update contact opportunities with prominent AACR and WICR programs, awards, information, pay annual dues, investigators and provides meeting funding, and more. transfer categories of membership, attendees with a comfortable and and become familiar with new social environment for networking membership services. Nonmembers one-on-one and in small groups. All Meet the Mentor: are encouraged to visit the MICR members and Annual Meeting Undergraduate Focus Membership Center to submit an registrants are encouraged to visit application for membership. the MICR Networking and Resource The AACR Science Education AACR is also eager to support the Center to learn about AACR and Committee is pleased to present a exchange of knowledge and MICR programs, awards, funding, series of informal lectures aimed research with investigators who and more. specifically towards undergraduate are located in countries with students presented by outstanding emerging economies. (Significantly investigators. Discussion topics reduced membership dues are WiCR Networking and include, but are not limited to, available for these investigators.) Resource Center guidance on professional Visit the Membership Centers development, advice on career located in AACRcentral and the The Women in Cancer Research paths, and the pursuit of a career in Registration area to learn more (WICR) Networking and Resource cancer research. These interactive about these and other opportunities Center, located in AACRcentral, and informative sessions will take available through AACR. hosts an exciting meet-and-greet place in the Amphitheater located in opportunity with prominent AACRcentral. 30 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 31 Associate Member AACR Amphitheater AACR CancerCareers.org Resource and Center Career Center The AACR Amphitheater hosts a variety of sessions, including Meet The CancerCareers.org Center is The Associate Member Resource the AACR President; Meet the AACR where researchers and clinicians at and Career Center, organized by the CEO; Meet the Mentor, organized by all career levels come for the right Associate Member Council (AMC), is the Science Education Committee opportunities and where recruiters open to graduate students, medical for undergraduate students; and the from academia, industry, and students and residents, and Meet the Research Pioneer sessions government can meet and recruit postdoctoral and clinical fellows organized by the Associate Member the right talent. Visit the Center at regardless of membership status. Council (AMC). These sessions the 2013 Annual Meeting or online The Center provides a place for provide a special opportunity to anytime at www.CancerCareers.org. early-career scientists to connect meet esteemed researchers in a with colleagues; plan their time at small group setting to discuss their the meeting; and learn about career path and their vision for the funding, employment, and fellowship future of their field. Last year’s opportunities. Attendees can also speakers included Drs. Beverly A. participate in Career Conversations Teicher, Hans Clevers, Lisa M. sessions, informal networking and Coussens, and Jonathan D. Licht. discussion sessions designed for Limited seating is available on a early-career scientists. Limited first-come, first-served basis for seating is available on a first-come, all programs. first-served basis. Visit www.aacr.org/AACR2013 for session updates. Scholar-in-Training Awardees can also pick up their checks and welcome packet at this location. 31
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 32 MOBilE TEChNOlOgY AT ThE ANNUAl MEETiNg The AACR is dedicated to bringing Please note that, beginning in 2013, sessions starting in the next 30 you the latest innovations in mobile the Annual Meeting CD-ROM will minutes while at the meeting. technology to enhance and facilitate only be available for purchase. To your Annual Meeting experience. We obtain a copy of the CD-ROM at the • Personal Itinerary. Sessions can be are pleased to offer the following meeting, you must check the bookmarked and saved to your technology products and services. appropriate box on the registration itinerary folder to create a personal form. (Order by February 6, 2013 to schedule for the meeting. You can Free Wireless Internet Access. guarantee availability.) The cost of the also sync your itinerary to your local Wireless internet access will be CD-ROM will be $10. device calendar. available to meeting attendees in the Walter E. Washington Convention Annual Meeting 2013 Program • Search/Browse. You can search or Center. Guide App. Carry the Annual Meeting browse Annual Meeting sessions with you wherever you go—with or by type, title, and topic. You can Online Proceedings/Itinerary without a network connection. The also search or browse the complete Planner. Search all Annual Meeting Program Guide App is available in list of invited and proffered presentations (including all proffered native versions to serve users of presentations—including the full abstracts) by author/speaker, title iPhone, iPad, and Android devices text of abstract presentations—by word, and keyword and create a (including the Kindle Fire) as well as a keyword or presenter. Annual personal itinerary for the meeting. browser-based version for use on Meeting exhibitors can also be most web-enabled smartphones searched or browsed by company Mobile Itineraries. Personal name or product category. and tablets. itineraries created in the Itinerary Planner can be exported as an The Program Guide App offers the • Maps. Detailed floor plans of all iCalendar file into users’ personal following features: Annual Meeting venues—including Outlook, Google Calendar, or Apple the complete exhibit hall and poster iCal applications. Itineraries are also • Native Storage. Once downloaded, area map as well as the hotel and available as an HTML page that can all App content and functionality is bus route map—are stored natively be e-mailed to users’ smartphones stored natively on your Apple or in the App for easy browsing. (iPhone, Palm Pre/Centro, HTC Android device and can be Touch Pro, and Blackberry accessed without an Internet NEW IN 2013: From the Session Curve/Storm/Pearl) for use during the connection. (Note: The browser- View, you can open a floor plan meeting. based version of the App is a that highlights the assigned mobile-optimized website and session room for easier navigation. Mobile Proceedings. The digital requires an Internet connection. edition of the Proceedings will • Attendee Information. Look The performance of the mobile web contain abstracts of all proffered up the locations and hours of version will depend on the speed papers accepted for presentation as critical Annual Meeting services, and strength of the users Internet well as the extended abstracts including shuttle bus routes, the connection.) submitted by invited speakers. The Internet Café, the coat and bag abstracts will be available in mobi • Meeting Abstracts. The full text of check, and the child care/nursing and e-pub file formats for download more than 6,100 abstracts will be mothers room. to the Amazon Kindle, iPad, iPhone, stored natively in the Apple and Annual Meeting 2013 Webcast. iPod Touch, Sony Reader, and the Android Apps, so you can access Complete Scientific Sessions Barnes & Noble Nook. the poster session and Available Online. As in previous minisymposium presentations Proceedings CD-ROM. Search and years, the AACR will make the wherever you are. browse all Annual Meeting abstract Opening Ceremony, the major presentations by author/speaker, title • Happening Soon. Have a free Plenary Sessions, and the Award word, keyword, and session type. moment? Get a quick list of the Lectures available free as streaming video. In addition, attendees can 32 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 33 purchase exclusive online streaming • Presentations searchable by include all slides. Access is granted access to the audio and slides of all session title, presentation title, and via individual username and scientific sessions presented at the speaker name password. AACR Annual Meeting 2013.* • Exclusive access to online content for AACR Video App. Audio recordings The Annual Meeting Webcast includes 15 months after the Annual Meeting of all AACR press conferences are the following features: now available for free through the Purchase individual access to the AACR Video app. Download the app • Presentation slides synchronized AACR Annual Meeting 2013 by now (available for the iPhone, iPad, with recorded audio presentations selecting the Premium Package at and Android devices) to learn about registration and get the lowest rates. recent developments and discoveries • Speakers’ mouse movements See page 36 for pricing. in basic and translational cancer captured and included in playback research. Learn more at: *Participation in the AACR Annual • Available on compatible mobile www.aacr.org/videoapp. Meeting Webcast is left to the devices and smartphones such as discretion of each speaker. As a iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone, and result, some presentations may not be Android devices available for webcast, and some webcast presentations may not ANNUAl MEETiNg PRiNT PUBliCATiONS Final Program Proceedings Education Book NEW IN 2013: The Proceedings of the AACR will The Education Book will contain Available by Request Only contain abstracts of all proffered state-of-the-art overviews from papers accepted for presentation as speakers in the Educational Sessions The Annual Meeting Final Program will well as the extended abstracts and Methods Workshops taking place contain the dates, times, titles, submitted by invited speakers. To on Saturday, April 6. It will be speakers, locations, and descriptions obtain a copy of the print Proceedings available free online at for all presentations and will be before or at the meeting, you must http://educationbook.aacrjournals.org provided to all registrants at the order by February 6, 2013, and check after the meeting, but attendees can Annual Meeting. At the request of the appropriate box on the also obtain a free print copy onsite by Annual Meeting attendees who prefer registration form. The cost is $55 for a request. Check the appropriate box to use the online Itinerary Planner or copy of the Proceedings to be mailed on the registration form to reserve a the Program Guide App to navigate to you (approximately four weeks copy. the Annual Meeting, the AACR is before the meeting) or $40 for a copy offering the Print Program by request to be picked up at the meeting. After only in 2013. There is no charge for the Annual Meeting, remaining copies the Print Program, but in order to will be available for $75 plus shipping. receive a copy you must request it by checking the appropriate box on the registration form. To ensure that you receive your print Program, you must register for the meeting by February 11, 2013. Additional print copies will be available for late registrants on a first-come, first-served basis. 33
    • RegistRation Advance Registration opens September 27, 2012 Early Registration deadline December 21, 2012 Advance Registration deadline February 11, 2013 Registration deadline to receive Proceedings by mail February 6, 2013 Deadline for cancellation to receive registration refund, less processing fee of $75 March 1, 2013 Three Convenient Ways to Register: candidate will need to register in advance at the nonmember rate. Online: Visit www.aacr.org/AACR2013 and click on the link for online registration. Spouse/Guest Registration A special reduced $50 Spouse/Guest fee is available for Fax: Complete the AACR Official Registration Form social activities and entry to the exhibits and poster area on pages 35-36 and fax it to (708) 344-4444. only. Spouse/guest registration does not admit individuals Mail: Complete the AACR Official Registration to the scientific sessions outside the Exhibit Hall. Form on pages 35-36 and mail it to: Arrangements for spouses/guests to attend a single AACR Annual Meeting 2013 scientific session can be made at the Onsite Registration CompuSystems Desk. Please note that the spouse/guest registration fee is P.O. Box 6271 • Broadview, IL 60155-6271 not available to scientists in the cancer field. Payments Credentials Registration forms submitted without full payment cannot All advance registrants will receive an Express Badge be processed and will be returned. Government or other Pickup confirmation via e-mail approximately one week purchase orders cannot be accepted. All fees must be paid prior to the start of the conference. Please bring this notice in U.S. currency drawn on a U.S. bank. Please note that with you to the AACR Annual Meeting 2013 in Washington paying the abstract submission fee does not constitute and you may proceed to the Advance Registration counters registration for the meeting. for fast pick up of your registration credentials. Your badge Cancellation/Refund will provide you with access to the scientific sessions as Request for refunds must be made in writing to the AACR. well as the exhibit floor. There will be a $75 processing fee applied to refunds Group Registrations requested by March 1, 2013. No refunds can be made All group registrations (15 or more people) can be sent by after March 1. mail, fax, or e-mail to: Onsite Registration Group Registration/AACR Annual Meeting 2013 Registration will open on Friday, April 5, at the Walter E. CompuSystems Washington Convention Center. Advance registrants may P Box 6271 • Broadview, IL 60155-6271 .O. also pick up their materials at the Renaissance Washington Attn: Lisa Scarbrough and Grand Hyatt Washington, April 5-7. Fax: (708) 344-4444 Friday, April 5 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. E-mail: AACR@compusystems.com Saturday, April 6 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Group registration forms and guidelines can be found at Sunday, April 7 6:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. www.aacr.org/AACR2013. Group registrations must include Monday, April 8 6:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. housing forms for each registrant within the AACR group Tuesday, April 9 6:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. block. Group registrations will not be processed without an Wednesday, April 10 6:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. AACR Group Housing Form or notification of location of Eligibility for Registration at AACR Member Rates housing outside of the AACR block. Travel agencies or any Individuals interested in registering at the early registration third parties must include registration forms that are rate must submit membership applications no later than completely filled out with each registrant’s membership December 14, 2012. Individuals who are interested in status, mailing address, telephone, fax, and e-mail address. joining the AACR and registering at the advance member All changes in group registrations must be submitted in rate must submit membership applications no later than writing prior to March 19, 2013. If these changes alter the January 31, 2013. Only individuals who are listed on the total amount due for the group, a reconciliation of the membership rolls as of March 5, 2013, will be accorded the amount due must be made with CompuSystems no later privilege of registering for the AACR Annual Meeting 2013 than March 23, 2013. Registration materials for at the member rates noted on the registration form in this preregistered groups will be available for pickup at publication. If upon review of membership application a preassigned times on Friday, April 5, 2013, at the candidate is deemed ineligible for the membership registration counters at the Walter E. Washington category to which he or she has applied, then the Convention Center.34 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 abstract submission Deadline: november 15, 2012
    • AACR OffiCiAl RegiStRAtiON fORmTo register online, visit www.aacr.org/AACR2013. 2013Please print or type on both sides of this formRegistrant information AACR Career fair – Saturday, April 6Is this a new address that should be updated in the AACR database? See page 11 for details.q Yes q No q Yes, I plan to attend. q No, I do not plan to attend.Are you an AACR Member? q No q Yes Membership # ____________qq Dr. Mr. 16th Annual grant Writing Workshop Saturday, April 6, 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.q Ms. Preregistration for this annual five-hour session, aimed towardsDegree (check all that apply): q M.D. q Ph.D. q Pharm.D. q D.Sc. graduate students, medical students and residents, and clinical and q Other (specify) __________________ postdoctoral fellows with limited or no grant writing experience, is strongly encouraged. (Please check the appropriate box under Other Products and Services.) See page 10 for details.Last/Family Name First Name/Middle Initial q AACR MEMBERS $45 q NONMEMBERS $95Position/TitleDepartment/Division Nonmember Predoctoral Student Section This section must be completed if you wish to register as aInstitution/Company nonmember predoctoral student. Forms without certification will not be processed.Street Address (Note: Meeting publications cannot be delivered to a P.O. box.) NONMEMBER PREDOCTORAL STUDENT CERTIFICATIONCity State or Province Zip/Postal Code “I certify that the above named student is presently enrolled at this university and working toward a doctoral degree in a field related toCountry (if not U.S.) cancer research.”Telephone Fax Name (Registrar, Dean or Dept. Head)E-mail Signature (Registrar, Dean or Dept. Head) TitleAssistant’s Name UniversityAssistant’s E-mail AACR foundation for the Prevention and Cure of Cancer*Spouse/Guest name, if registeringq Check this box if you require special accommodations to fully I would like to make a tax-deductible gift to support the work and participate in the meeting. Describe briefly below: mission of the AACR. _____________________________________________________ q $10 q $25 q $50 q $100 *See other side of this form to add to registration total. _____________________________________________________Additional Registrant information(Required Fields)Primary Field of Research (please check only one): Scientific Research Focus: q Basic q Translationalq Behavioral Science q Genetics and Genomics q Clinicalq Biochemistry and Biophysics q Immunology q Epidemiologicalq Biostatistics/Bioinformatics q Molecular Biology q Behavioral Scienceq Carcinogenesis q Preclinical Pharmacologyq Cellular Biology and Experimental/ Race or Ethnic Background (check only one):q Chemistry Molecular Therapeuticsq Clinical Research/Trials q Prevention Research q Caucasian q African American or Blackq Computational Biology q Research Administration/ q Hispanic or Latino q Asian q Native Americanq Endocrinology Business Development q Alaskan Native q Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander q Otherq Epidemiology q Virologyq Other (please specify)______________________________________ Gender: q Male q FemaleWork Setting (please check only one): Information concerning gender and ethnic background is requested only to enable the AACR to ensure that its programs are serving allq Academia q Industry/Private Sector members of its diverse cancer research community.q Association/Professional Org. q NCI Designated Cancer Centerq Foundation/ q AACR will add you to our e-mail list for conference information. q Nonprofit Research Center Check here if you do not want your e-mail address added to Advocacy Organization q Pressq Government our list. q Private Practiceq Hospital/Clinic q Vendorq Other (please specify)______________________________________AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • AACR OffiCiAl RegiStRAtiON fORm2013 Please print or type on both sides of this form. Forms without payment will not be processed. AACR Annual meeting Registration Categories PREMIUM PACKAGE STANDARD PACKAGE (Includes full individual access to the Annual Meeting 2013 (Does not include webcast access.) Webcast; see page 32 for details.) By Dec. 22- Feb. 12 By Dec. 22- Feb. 12 Dec. 21 Feb. 11 & After Dec. 21 Feb. 11 & After MEMBER RATES MEMBER RATES q Active Member (MEM)* $ 609 $ 689 $ 804 q Active Member (MEM)* $ 510 $ 590 $ 705 q Associate Member (MAS)* $ 414 $ 439 $ 519 q Associate Member (MAS)* $ 315 $ 340 $ 420 q Affiliate Member (AFM)* $ 509 $ 544 $ 629 q Affiliate Member (AFM)* $ 410 $ 445 $ 530 q Student Member (STU)* $ 179 $ 184 $ 194 q Student Member (STU)* $ 80 $ 85 $ 95 q Emeritus Member (EMM) $ 194 $ 204 $ 214 q Emeritus Member (EMM) $ 95 $ 105 $ 115 NONMEMBER RATES NONMEMBER RATES q Nonprofit (NNP) $ 984 $1,064 $1,189 q Nonprofit (NNP) $ 835 $ 915 $1,040 q Industry (NIN) $1,154 $1,224 $1,349 q Industry (NIN) $ 955 $1,025 $1,150 q Predoctoral Student (NPR) $ 564 $ 589 $ 669 q Predoctoral Student (NPR) $ 415 $ 440 $ 520 q Spouse/Guest (SPO) $ 50 $ 50 $ 50 (social activities and exhibits only) SUBTOTAL $_____ $_____ $_____ SUBTOTAL $_____ $_____ $_____ *Refer to page 26 for membership application submission deadlines to receive member registration rates. Proceedings of the AACR and Other Products and Services Print Program Options q Grant Writing Workshop $_____ $_____ $_____ Print Proceedings. The Proceedings and the Itinerary Planner will q Mail copy of printed Proceedings be available free online approximately 1 month prior to the meeting. within U.S. (MP)† $ 55 $ 55 $ 55 Registrants who wish to purchase a print Proceedings must check q Pick up copy of printed Proceedings the appropriate box under Other Products and Services. Registrants at Annual Meeting (PP)† $ 40 $ 40 $ 40 can pick up a copy of the print Proceedings onsite at a cost of $40; alternatively, registrants in the U.S. can have a copy of the print q Proceedings on CD-ROM (CDP) † $ 10 $ 10 $ 10 Proceedings mailed to them at a cost of $55 (mailed copies must be q Tax-deductible gift to AACR ordered by February 6, 2013). Foundation (from other side of form) $_____ $_____ $_____ NEW: CD-ROM Proceedings Available for Purchase. Beginning in 2013, the Annual Meeting Proceedings on CD-ROM will only be SUBTOTAL $_____ $_____ $_____ † Must be ordered by February 6, 2013 to guarantee availability. Mailed print Proceedings available for purchase. To obtain a copy of the CD-ROM at the available only to registrants in the U.S. meeting, you must check the appropriate box under Other Products and Services. (Order by February 6, 2013 to guarantee availability.) SUBTOTAL FROM The cost of the CD-ROM will be $10. REGISTRATION CATEGORIES ABOVE $_____ $_____ $_____ NEW: Print Program Available by Request Only. Annual Meeting TOTAL ENCLOSED OR CHARGED $_____ $_____ $_____ program information is freely available through the online Itinerary Planner, the Program Guide App, and the printed Pocket Calendar. The options below refer to the complete printed Program method of Payment (approximately 680 pages): q Check or money order enclosed, payable to American Association for Cancer Research, in U.S. currency, drawn on a q I do not want to receive a printed Program U.S. bank. q I will use the printed Program and plan to pick up a copy onsite. q VISA q MasterCard q American Express AACR education Book Card Number Expiration Date The AACR Education Book will be available free online in May 2013 Signature (see page 33 of this publication). Print copies will also be available free onsite. Quantities are limited and are available on a first-come, Return by Mail: AACR Annual Meeting 2013 first-served basis. Please select only ONE: CompuSystems q I will use the online Education Book and do not plan to pick up a P.O. Box 6271 • Broadview, IL 60155-6271 printed copy. Fax: (708) 344-4444 q I plan to pick up a print copy of the Education Book at the meeting. Courier Delivery: AACR Annual Meeting 2013 2805 S. 25th Ave. • Broadview, IL 60155 AACR ANNUAL MEETING 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 37 AACR OFFiCiAl hOUSiNg FORM To book your hotel reservation online, visit www.aacr.org/AACR2013. 2013 hotel confirmations should be: Arrival, Departure, and Room Type qE-mailed q Mailed q Faxed to: _____________________________ (Please type or print clearly) Arrival Date Departure Date Last/Family Name First Name/Middle Initial Room Type: qSingle (1 bed/1person) q Double (1 bed/2 people) Organization qDouble/Double (2 beds/2 people) q Triple (2 beds/3 people) qQuad (2 beds/4 people) Street Address qSuite (If checked, an AACR Housing consultant will contact you.) City State or Province Zip/Postal Code Bed type, smoking requests, and other preferences will be on a request basis only. All requests are forwarded to the hotel for their Country (if not U.S.) consideration, and are not confirmed prior to check-in. Telephone Fax qNon-smoking q Smoking E-mail Special Needs (specify): _______________________________ Mobile _____________________________________________________ Room Occupants guarantee information (No reservation will be processed without a guarantee.) All reservations must be guaranteed with a valid credit card or a Last/Family Name check in the amount of $300 for a guestroom and $700 for a suite. qEnclosed is my check (U.S. funds) payable to Convention First Name Management Resources Inc. Check # ______________________ Share with (list all occupants if applicable) q VISA q MasterCard q American Express hotel Preferences Credit Card Number Exp. Date (Please fill in all six choices): Name on Card Hotel requests will be honored on a first-come, first-served, Signature of Cardholder space-available basis. Submit your request as soon as possible for the best chance of receiving one of your six choices. See page 38 for choices. Cancellation 1. ____________________________________________________________ You may cancel your reservation at least 72 hours prior to your arrival date. You will be charged a penalty if your reservation is cancelled 2. ____________________________________________________________ with less than 72 hours notice. 3. ____________________________________________________________ Don’t be a no-show! 4. ____________________________________________________________ If you fail to arrive at your reserved hotel on your confirmed arrival date, you will lose your room for all nights of your reservation and you 5. ____________________________________________________________ will be charged a no-show fee. Please contact AACR Housing if you wish to change your arrival/departure dates. 6. ____________________________________________________________ If you are a member of a Hotel Frequent Guest Program and would Mail to: like to receive appropriate credit, please indicate the hotel chain and AACR Housing: Annual Meeting 2013 number below: 33 New Montgomery, Suite 1100 San Francisco, CA 94105 Fax: (415) 293-4397 Hotel Chain To speak to a Housing Representative call: (888) 381-7166 (U.S. & Canada) or (415) 979-2262; Membership Number Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m., Eastern Time 37
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 38 Business Center Smoke-Free Hotel Comp. Breakfast Indoor/Outdoor Fitness Center Single/Double Room Service Distance from Coffee Maker Map Number Valet Parking Self Parking High-Speed Restaurants Triple/Quad Convention hotels Internet Center Onsite Rate Bars Rate Pool Headquarters 1 Grand Hyatt Washington, DC $305/$305 $330/$355 Y 0.6 miles Y Y No charge $10.00 Indoor 3 1 6:00 a.m.- N $30.00 $40.00 1000 H Street NW 1:00 a.m. 2 Renaissance Washington, DC $305/$305 $325/$345 Y 0.2 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 2 2 6:00 a.m.- N $33.00 $40.00 999 9th Street NW 1:00 a.m. Convention Center 3 Comfort Inn $179/$179 $189/$189 Y 0.4 miles Y Y No charge No charge N N N N C* N $30.00 Convention Center 1201 13th Street NW 4 Embassy Suites DC $279/$279 $304/$329 N 0.4 miles Y Y No charge No charge Indoor 1 1 11:00 a.m.- A** N $35.00 Convention Center 12:00 a.m. 900 10th Street NW 5 Four Points by Sheraton $269/$269 $289/$309 Y 0.4 miles Y Y No charge No charge Indoor 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $38.00 Washington, DC Downtown 11:00 p.m. 1201 K Street NW 6 Hampton Inn Washington $259/$259 $269/$279 Y 0.2 miles Y Y No charge No charge Indoor N 1 N A** N $34.00 Convention Center 901 6th Street NW 7 Henley Park Hotel $269/$269 N/A / N/A Y 0.1 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 24 hrs. N N $33.00 926 Massachusetts Avenue NW 8 Hotel Monaco $289/$289 N/A / N/A Y 0.7 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 24 hrs. N N $40.00 Washington, DC 700 F Street NW 9 Washington Marriott at $295/$295 $315/$335 Y 0.6 miles Y Y No charge No charge Indoor 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $47.20 Metro Center 12:00 a.m. 775 12th Street NW 10 Morrison-Clark Inn $245/$245 N/A / N/A Y 0.3 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 7:00 a.m.- N N $33.00 1015 L Street NW 10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.- 11:00 p.m. Thomas Circle 11 Donovan House, $289/$289 $319/$349 Y 0.5 miles Y Y No charge No charge Outdoor 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $42.00 a Kimpton Hotel 10:00 a.m. 1155 14th Street NW 12:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m. 12 Hamilton Crowne Plaza $272/$272 $292/$292 Y 0.5 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $38.00 1001 14th Street NW 11:00 p.m. 13 Residence Inn $259/$259 $279/ N/A Y 0.5 miles Y Y No charge No charge N N N N A** N $28.00 Washington, DC/ Vermont Avenue 1199 Vermont Avenue NW 14 The Madison $259/$259 $289/$319 Y 0.7 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $40.00 1177 15th Street NW 11:00 p.m. 15 Washington Plaza Hotel $233/$233 $253/ N/A Y 1.3 miles Y Y No charge No charge Outdoor 1 1 N N $25.00 $30.00 10 Thomas Circle NW White House East 16 JW Marriott Washington, DC $319/$319 $339/$359 Y 1 mile Y Y No charge No charge Indoor 3 1 24 hrs. N N $47.20 1331 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Scott Circle 17 Beacon Hotel & $242/$242 $262/ N/A Y 0.9 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 2 7:00 a.m.- N N $33.00 Corporate Quarters 10:00 p.m. 1615 Rhode Island Avenue NW 18 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel $232/$232 $252/$272 Y 0.9 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $35.00 Washington, DC 10:00 p.m. 1515 Rhode Island Avenue NW 19 Hotel Helix $249/$249 $269/$289 Y 1 mile Y N No charge No charge N 1 1 7:00 a.m.- N N $38.00 1430 Rhode Island Avenue NW 10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m. 20 Hotel Rouge $249/$249 $269/$289 Y 1.2 miles Y N No charge No charge N 1 1 7:00 a.m.- N N $33.00 1315 16th Street NW 10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m. 21 The Mayflower Renaissance $315/$315 $335/$355 Y 1.1 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $45.00 1127 Connecticut Avenue NW 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.- 1:00 a.m. *Continental **American Please Note: This information was accurate as of June 2012. Fees and amenities listed are subject to change without notice. 38 AACR Annual Meeting 2013 Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012
    • 13AM_CFA_text_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:33 PM Page 39 Business Center Smoke-Free Hotel Comp. Breakfast Indoor/Outdoor Fitness Center Single/Double Room Service Distance from Coffee Maker Map Number Valet Parking Self Parking High-Speed Restaurants Triple/Quad Convention hotels Internet Center Onsite Rate Bars Rate Pool Dupont Circle 22 Hotel Palomar Washington, DC $279/$279 $299/$319 Y 1.4 miles Y Y No charge No charge Indoor 1 1 24 hrs. N $41.00 $41.00 2121 P Street NW 23 The Dupont Hotel $255/$255 $275/$285 Y 1.3 miles Y N No charge No charge N 1 1 7:00 a.m.- N N $32.00 1500 New Hampshire 10:00 p.m. Avenue NW 24 The Fairfax at Embassy Row $279/$279 N/A / N/A Y 1.5 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 N 24 hrs. N N $40.00 2100 Massachusetts Avenue NW 25 Topaz Hotel $249/$249 $269/$289 Y 0.9 miles Y Y No charge N N 1 1 7:00 a.m.- N $41.00 $41.00 1733 N Street NW 10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m. Capitol Hill 26 Hotel George $255/$255 N/A / N/A Y 1.1 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $43.00 15 E Street NW 10:00 p.m. 27 Hyatt Regency Washington $275/$275 $300/$325 Y 1.2 miles Y Y No charge No charge Indoor 1 1 24 hrs. N N $45.00 on Capitol Hill 400 New Jersey Avenue NW 28 Liaison Capitol Hill $259/$259 $289/$319 Y 1.2 miles Y Y No charge No charge Outdoor 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $48.00 415 Jew Jersey Avenue NW 12:00 a.m. 29 Phoenix Park Hotel $239/$239 $269/ N/A Y 1.4 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 7:00 a.m.- N N $37.00 520 North Capitol Street NW 11:00 p.m. 30 Washington Court Hotel $265/$265 $285/$305 Y 1.2 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $43.00 525 New Jersey Avenue NW 10:00 p.m. Washington Circle 31 One Washington Circle Hotel $239/$239 $259/$279 Y 1.6 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N N $35.00 One Washington Circle NW 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m. 32 Melrose Hotel $245/$245 $265/$285 Y 1.7 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 24 hrs. N N $40.00 Washington, DC 2430 Pennsylvania Avenue NW South West/Waterfront area 33 Holiday Inn Capitol Hotel $209/$209 $229/$229 N 1.6 miles Y Y No charge No charge Outdoor 1 1 7:00 a.m.- N $34.00 N 550 C Street SW 10:00 p.m. 34 LEnfant Plaza Hotel $249/$249 $269/$289 Y 1.8 miles Y Y No charge No charge Outdoor 1 1 6:00 a.m.- N $40.00 $42.00 480 LEnfant Plaza SW 11:00 p.m. 35 Mandarin Oriental, $315/$315 N/A / N/A Y 1.7 miles Y N No charge No charge Indoor 2 1 24 hrs. N N $45.00 Washington DC 1330 Maryland Avenue SW West End 36 Embassy Suites $259/$259 $269/$279 N 1.8 miles Y Y No charge No charge Indoor 1 1 12:00 p.m.- A** $35.68 N Washington, DC Downtown 10:00 p.m. 1250 22nd Street NW 37 Fairmont Washington, DC $267/$267 $297/$327 N 1.9 miles Y Y $14.95 $15.00 Indoor 1 1 24 hrs. N N $45.00 2401 M Street NW 38 Park Hyatt Washington $267/$267 N/A / N/A N 2.0 miles Y N Wired No charge Indoor 1 1 24 hrs. N N $41.50 1201 24th Street NW No charge 39 St. Gregory Luxury $242/$242 N/A / N/A Y 1.4 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 7:00 a.m.- N N $33.00 Hotel & Suites 10:00 a.m. 2033 M Street NW 11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.- 11:00 p.m. 40 The Westin Georgetown, $265/$265 $285/ N/A Y 1.9 miles Y Y No charge No charge Outdoor 1 1 24 hrs. N $34.00 $40.00 Washington DC 2350 M Street NW 41 Washington Marriott $269/$269 $289/$309 Y 1.8 miles Y Y No charge No charge Indoor 1 1 6:30 a.m.- N $36.00 $40.00 1221 22nd Street NW 11:00 p.m. 42 Renaissance Washington, DC $279/$279 $299/$319 Y 1.7 miles Y Y No charge No charge N 1 1 7:00 a.m.- N N $35.00 Dupont Circle Hotel 12:00 a.m. 1143 New Hampshire Avenue NW 39
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    • 13AM_CFA_covers_Layout 1 8/28/12 12:40 PM Page 4 gENERAl iNfoRMATioN AACR Scientific attendees and exhibiting companies. pages 38-39 of this publication. Achievement Awards Complimentary coffee, tea, soft These requests will be handled on a Since 1961, the AACR has drinks, and a variety of snacks will be first-come, first-served basis. Any presented more than 295 prizes, offered at specified times on each corporation that wishes to entertain awards, and lectureships to day that exhibits are open. during the Annual Meeting must be recognize the scientific achievements an exhibitor at the meeting. Space of scientists and physicians who Please add time to your overall request forms are available on the collectively have made significant schedule to visit the Show Floor, AACR website and are included in the contributions to the understanding, where over 450 exhibiting companies Exhibitor Services Manual. diagnosis, prevention, and treatment will be on hand to showcase their of cancer. The AACR encourages products and services. Be sure to Note: Outside educational you to nominate a deserving visit the AACR website for an programs, including company- colleague for one of 13 Scientific updated list of exhibitors. sponsored symposia, will not be Achievement Awards to be permitted at any time during the If your company would like to exhibit AACR Annual Meeting 2013. presented at the Annual Meeting and receive the many benefits of 2013. Details about the eligibility exhibiting, please contact Lisa Assistance for Physically criteria and nomination process for McGlashen, Exhibits Manager, at Challenged Registrants these honors can be found at: (215) 440-9300 or by e-mail at The AACR Annual Meeting is www.aacr.org/ScientificAwards. exhibits@aacr.org. accessible to all attendees. Registrants Continuing Medical with special requirements for Support Opportunities Education (CME) Credits transportation, hotel accommodations, The AACR welcomes support from Continuing Medical Education or other facilities connected with the corporations, foundations, and other Credits will be available. meeting should notify the AACR in organizations that share its mission to Details will be available at advance by checking the appropriate prevent and cure cancer and that are box when registering and providing the www.aacr.org/AACR2013, in the interested in helping to defray the necessary details or by e-mailing the Annual Meeting 2013 Program, costs of presenting this important Meetings and Exhibits Department and at the CME Desk on site at international meeting on cancer Staff at meetings@aacr.org. In addition, the meeting. research. Numerous benefits are a list of organizations in Washington provided in recognition of their Exhibit Show that offer special equipment or services The 2013 AACR Exhibit Show will generous financial assistance. A wide for the physically challenged will be gather a wide array of companies array of support opportunities is posted at www.aacr.org/AACR2013 in from around the world with the latest available for many of the components January 2013. in products and services in laboratory of the scientific program (i.e., Plenary and clinical research. The exhibits, Sessions, Symposia, Forums, Current Child Care located adjacent to the poster Concepts Sessions, Methods The AACR will provide professional sessions, make a significant Workshops, Educational Sessions, child care services at reduced rates contribution to the educational value Meet-the-Expert Sessions, subsidized by the Association for of the meeting. Special areas of constituency programs, etc.), as well infants and children ages 6 months to interest, including the not-for-profit as the Program, Proceedings, and 12 years during the Annual Meeting. other Annual Meeting publications, The exact hours, location, and costs section and Publishers Row, will be the Internet Café, social events such of this service will be available in featured on the show floor. Visit the Exhibitor Spotlight Theater where as coffee breaks, the Annual January 2013 on the AACR website. exhibitors have the opportunity to President’s Reception, and more. For a complete list of support Nursing Mothers Suite provide a 60-minute presentation on Annual Meeting participants who are new products or services in an opportunities as well as an outline of their many benefits, please contact also nursing mothers will find the intimate setting to a targeted Nursing Mothers Suite to be a audience. A complete schedule of Bert Thomas, Director, Corporate Alliances, at (215) 446-7159 or via private, comfortable, and secure presentations will be available on the environment in which to nourish and Annual Meeting website and in the e-mail at bert.thomas@aacr.org. nurture their babies. AACR-Women in Exhibitor Directory. Space for Special Functions Cancer Research is pleased to Exhibitor-Hosted Refreshment Breaks The AACR will consider requests for sponsor this important service. space for special functions or Additional information will be posted provide attendees with an receptions in the hotels listed on at www.aacr.org/AACR2013. opportunity to connect with other
    • 13AM_CFA_covers_Layout 1 8/29/12 11:10 AM Page 1 615 Chestnut Street, 17th Floor Philadelphia, PA, 19106-4404 (215)440-9300 • Fax: (215)440-9185 Email: programs@aacr.org See inside for the latest Annual Meeting information: • Instructions for abstract submission • Detailed program in progress • Financial support for attendees • Meeting registration instructions • Housing reservations • Early registration rates ANNUAL MEETING 2013 April 6-10, 2013 Walter E. Washington Convention Center Washington, DC CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2012 www.AACR.org