2023 Northwest Melanoma Symposium: Science to Survivorship

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2023 Northwest Melanoma Symposium: Science to Survivorship

This is a free, educational event for melanoma patients & their caregivers co-hosted by Fred Hutch and Melanoma Research Foundation.

By Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, May 20 · 8am - 3:30pm PDT


1100 Fairview Ave N 1100 Fairview Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109

About this event

  • 7 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

You are invited to the Northwest Melanoma Symposium: Science to Survivorship, co-hosted by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center and the Melanoma Research Foundation. In this free, patient education event, providers will talk about updates in melanoma treatment. They will also discuss supportive care topics, such as managing anxiety and treatment of side effects.

This event is open to Fred Hutch and/or UW Medicine as well as external patients and their caregivers.

Snapshot of event details below:

  • Name: Northwest Melanoma Symposium: Science to Survivorship
  • Date: May 20, 2023 (Saturday)
  • Time: 8:30am to 3:30pm PDT (Breakfast and registration at 8am PDT)
  • Format: In-person and virtual
  • Venue: Pelton Auditorium, E. Donnall Thomas building, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center (1100 Fairview Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109)
  • Co-Chairs: David R. Byrd, MD and Evan T. Hall, MD, MPhil

*Event venue/parking details and/or event viewing link will be shared with you separately in an email once you have registered and closer to the event date.

*Breakfast, coffee and lunch will be available for in-person attendees.

*We recommend in-person attendees to follow COVID-19 masking and social distancing guidelines.

Event Agenda:

Coming soon

About the organizer

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center unites innovative research and compassionate care to prevent and eliminate cancer and infectious disease. We’re driven by the urgency of our patients, the hope of our community and our passion for discovery to pursue scientific breakthroughs and healthier lives for every person in every community.