This three-day international symposium hosted by the NCI RAS Initiative brings together RAS and cancer researchers from across the globe to hear from featured invited presentations, short presentations from selected abstracts, and poster presentations. This event is held in person in Frederick, Maryland with virtual components.

Almost a third of all human cancers, including 95 percent of pancreatic cancers, are driven by mutated RAS genes. The symposium strives to engage researchers, fostering potential collaborations and bring in new thought leaders.

The RAS Symposium happens about every other year. The Fifth RAS Initiative Symposium is scheduled for October 2024.

Join us for three days of engaging presentations from top scientific leaders in the RAS field and short talks showcasing selected abstracts, participate in two dynamic poster sessions, and meet and interact with experts in the field. This event promises to provide a highly interactive forum for sharing the latest advancements and insights in RAS research. Additionally, don't miss our networking event—an opportunity to reconnect with old friends and forge new connections.

To get an idea of the agenda, review the Fourth RAS Initiative Symposium 2022.