Sponsorship Opportunities

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Dear Supporters and Friends.

On February 19-22, 2023, the San Antonio Pediatric Cancer Symposium (SAPCS), hosted by the Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute – UT Health San Antonio, in conjunction with the Mays Cancer Center, will bring together some of the most respected childhood cancer researchers from academia and industry to the Marriott Riverwalk; to discuss how today’s advances in basic and translational sciences are impacting tomorrow’s therapies and diagnoses.

The symposium program is robust, with researchers and advocates from organizations like Mount Sinai, Baylor College of Medicine, CHOP, St. Jude, MD Anderson, and many others from across the country and overseas presenting their research and providing insight into their expertise. The nine sessions during this four-day event will cover topics such as Targeted Therapy, Clinical Trials, Current Advances in Pediatric Solid Tumors Therapy, Challenges in Immunology & Immunotherapy, and much more!

We request your support for our fifth symposium and offer the opportunity to exhibit during the SAPCS. Support and exhibits will help defray costs associated with non-educational expenses. The purchase of an exhibit includes a number of vendor benefits ranging from booth space and program ad space to an opportunity for the diamond sponsor to address the symposium attendees.

Please take a look at the SAPCS prospectus­, and we hope you will agree to support this event. Should you decide to do so, please complete the Exhibitor/Sponsorship Remittance Form (prospectus pg8) and fax it back to our secured e-fax line at 210-450-2252.

We look forward to collaborating with you on this very important San Antonio Pediatric Cancer Symposium. The deadline to submit applications for sponsorships is February 3, 2023.


San Antonio Pediatric Cancer Symposium Organizing Committee

Manjeet Rao, PhD
Symposium Chair
Professor, Cell Systems & Anatomy
Deputy Director – Greehey CCRI

Gail Tomlinson, MD, PhD
Professor, Pediatrics

Alexander J. R. Bishop, D.Phil
Professor, Cell Systems & Anatomy

Myron Ignatius, PhD
Assistant Professor, Molecular Medicine