This lecture course will cover the following topics: The cancer continuum, tumor biology, cell cycle and cancer, cell death, cancer stem cells, tumor microenvironment, inflammation, cancer epigenomics, animal models of cancer, omics technologies, system biology, drugging the cancer genome, target therapies, biomarkers, clinical trials, clinical bioinformatics, infrastructures for translational research, molecular pathology, medical oncology, radiation therapy, molecular prevention, clinical epidemiology, personalised cancer medicine. Participants: A total of 100 participants will be accepted of which 80 should be young scientists (PhD, MD/PhD, post-doctoral fellows).The registration fee (EUR 700) will cover accommodation (double occupancy), breakfast, and lunch. Application deadline: Applications including a short curriculum vitae (max 2 pages) and a letter of recommendation should be submitted at www.cancer.dk/tcr not later than June 1st, 2011. Fellowships: 20 FEBS fellowships will be available for PhD and postdoctoral fellows with no more than 5 years of postdoctoral experience. Similarly, there will be 10 FEBS Transcontinental fellowships for young scientists from North America (4), Asia (4), Africa (1), and South America (1). Ten Molecular Oncology fellowships will be available for MD/PhD’s, and there will be 4 fellowships granted by the EACR, OECI, ECCO and The EurocanPlatform. Fellowships cover travel, accommodation (double occupancy), breakfast and lunch. FEBS fellowships cover dinner as well.