Sanjiv S. Agarwala, MD
- Medical Oncology and Hematology
- St. Luke's Cancer Center
- Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
- Professor of Medicine
- Temple University
- School of Medicine
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
DATES TO REMEMBER
Physicians who register by February 1 can bring a nurse for FREE
Last call for abstract submissions (encourage a colleague to submit as well)
Hotel reservation deadline to book at $309 per night at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel
You're invited to join more than 250 colleagues and renowned speakers at HemOnc Today Melanoma and Cutaneous Malignancies. Our program is designed for hematologists/oncologists, dermatologists, researchers, physician assistants, nurses and students. Held during a weekend in New York City, this meeting is easily accessible from any state and time away from work will be spent efficiently.
This meeting is the perfect size – large enough to get top-notch faculty from across the country, and still small enough to maintain its intimate and interactive format. Our favorable faculty-to-attendee ratio creates an intense, productive and engaging experience for all. Come prepared with questions and get immediate feedback from both presenters and colleagues.
Join us to discover why your colleagues attend annually:
- Attendees will receive a comprehensive update on the biology and management of melanoma.
- Gain experienced insight from renowned specialists who will help you understand and apply the information presented.
- Bring your questions and challenges for immediate feedback during interactive sessions.
- Physicians who register by February 1 can bring a nurse for free!
- Submit an abstract by February 1 to present during the poster session
- Physicians and Nurses* can earn up to 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Register early and save! For two full days of quality CME education, physicians pay only $225 and researchers, physician assistants, nurses and students pay only $149. Your team can gain perspective in areas specifically related to them, such as therapy administration, symptom management and monitoring of patients. Please bring others from your office for a unique, shared educational experience.
I hope you consider participating in our program this March. For a better understanding of what you can expect to learn at this meeting, see below for highlights from the 2016 program.
I look forward to seeing you in New York City.
Sanjiv S. Agarwala, MD
Don't just join us. Contribute!
Submit an abstract by February 1, 2017
Be a part of the meeting when you submit an abstract to be presented during our poster presentation session. Get immediate feedback on your research and ideas from more than 250 attendees at the HemOnc Today Melanoma meeting. Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the program committee and selected based on clinical relevance.
Learn more online: Instructions | FAQs | Submit now