Join the Journey to Conquer Thoracic Cancers at WCLC 2020
By attending IASLC 2020 World Conference on Lung Cancer, you’re joining a community of lung cancer clinicians and scientists, and contributing towards the advancement of lung cancer research. The WCLC is a platform for showcasing cutting-edge breakthroughs and creating new collaborations and partnerships. Access scientific sessions, engaing in hands-on workshops and discuss on your specific challenges with peers over four days at this premier conference.
Grow Your Global Network
Meet future research/business partners from around the world face-to-face. Learn, share knowledge and network with over 7,000 delegates from more than 100 countries.
Elevate Your Career
Open opportunities for collaboration and career advancement by presenting your research. Showcase your hard work through 17+ specialized tracks of oral and poster presentations.
Further Your Knowledge
Stay up-to-date and be in the know for the unveiling of new scientiﬁc research. Choose from ground-breaking plenaries, experts lectures, research abstracts, interactive breakfast sessions, hands on workshops as well as several sessions specifically dedicated to nurses, patients and advocates.
Create Outstanding Memories
Experience an amazing opportunity for global leaders to come together in one space to exchange ideas about the latest research. Spend your days learning about the latest in lung cancer research, and dedicate your evenings to exploring “the City of the Future” and its incredible attractions. Check out these four interesting facts about Singapore.
Known as Asia’s largest centre for foreign exchange and commodity training. Singapore is a growing wealth management hub.
Diversity With a population of 5.6 million, Singapore is a multi-ethnic society with 4 ofﬁcial languages and 3 core ethnic groups (Chinese, Malay, Indian, other).
A plane departs or arrives in Changi at an estimate of about once every 90 seconds. Singapore Airlines flies to 66 international destinations in 32 countries.
Safe and Clean
According to the Economy Intelligence United, Singapore is the second safest city in the world.
Join the community of lung cancer experts at WCLC 2020 in Singapore.