The AACR Annual Conference was held the 14-18th April 2018 in Chicago, USA.

The most important conference in cancer research worldwide covered the latest basic, translational, clinical, and prevention-focused research in the field, including important areas such as early detection, cancer interception, and survivorship in all populations.

I was invited to give a talk in the Educational Session chaired by Prof. Paul Workman and entitled "The Use and Abuse of Chemical Probes: Ensuring Best Practice for Interrogating Biology and Target Validation" which focused on communicating best practices when selecting and using chemical probes across fields. I gave the talk entitled "Harnessing large-scale public data for the objective assessment of chemical probes" which focused on explaining and exemplifying the Probe Miner website resource that we recently published in Cell Chemical Biology. Probe Miner raised a lot of interest at the meeting and the website was intensively accessed after the session. A webscast of the full Educational Session is available here and my slides are available at SlideShare.



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