Perlmutter Cancer Center Educational Events

The topic of cancer can feel overwhelming to anyone affected by it. It’s important to get helpful information from a reliable source about cancer, its treatment, and how to cope.

We host frequent webinars featuring our experts to provide information and education on cancer-related topics.

Our cancer education series offers virtual lectures, panel discussions, and presentations by cancer specialists, healthcare professionals, and survivors, who share the newest information on prevention, diagnosis, treatment options, research, clinical trials, and other resources. 

Our survivorship learning series focuses on the unique issues related to living with cancer and life after treatment. Some of our programs are tailored to patients and caregivers, and others are geared toward members of the general public who have not yet been affected by cancer.

These events at NYU Langone’s Perlmutter Cancer Center provide valuable information about steps you can take to reduce the risk of cancer and how to recognize cancer signs and symptoms. For more information, please call 833-263-2266, email cancerevents@nyulangone.org, or subscribe to our newsletter.

Register for Our Upcoming Webinars

We host frequent webinars that provide information and education on cancer-related topics such as prevention, screening, treatment, research, support, and survivorship. These virtual live events are hosted by our experts, who offer tips and advice, as well as answer questions from participants.

Cancer Research Institute Immunotherapy Patient Summit

The Cancer Research Institute (CRI) Virtual Immunotherapy Patient Summit connects thousands of patients and their support networks with immunotherapy experts on the front lines of scientific discovery and progress. The virtual summit, which is free, offers 14 informative sessions across two days, all from the comfort and safety of your own home. The event is hosted by Tamron Hall, an award-winning TV host, journalist, executive producer, and philanthropist.

Dates: Thursday, October 7, to Friday, October 8, 2021
Registration: Register online

The Link Between Oncology Treatments, Cancer, and Heart Disease

Cancer can affect cardiovascular risk factors, such as blood pressure, cholesterol, and diabetes, and increase the risk of heart disease. In addition, certain cancer treatments can impact the heart muscle.

NYU Langone oncologist Marleen I. Meyers, MD, and cardiologist Jeffrey S. Berger, MD, discuss the latest research into the link between heart disease and cancer. They also cover the benefits and risks of certain cancer therapies known to impact the heart, as well as specialized, prevention-focused management available at NYU Langone for people with cancer whose treatment regimens may put them at higher risk for cardiovascular disease.

Date: Thursday, October 21, 2021
Time: 5:00PM ET
Registration: Register online

Living with Melanoma Patient Symposium

Join Perlmutter Cancer Center’s melanoma experts in this live virtual event as they discuss living with melanoma, a type of skin cancer. Topics include emerging melanoma therapies, the importance of clinical trials, and innovations in current melanoma research. This event is being held in collaboration with AIM at Melanoma Foundation, a global organization whose goal is to find more effective treatments for melanoma.

Date: Saturday, October 23, 2021
Time: 9:00AM ET
Registration: Register online

Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: Genomic Testing & Current Treatment Trends

In this hour-long virtual webinar, Dr. Joshua K. Sabari, a thoracic medical oncologist at NYU Langone, joins other experts to discuss the role of genomic testing in the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer in the context of COVID-19. The expert panel also discuss the latest research in genomics and non-small cell lung cancer, reviewing pathology reports, and how to prepare for a visit with your healthcare provider.

Date: Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Time: 1:30PM ET
Registration: Register online

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