World Veterinary Oncology Consortium
Who We Are
The World Veterinary Oncology Consortium represents the collaboration of five veterinary oncology associations around the world including JVCS (Japan Veterinary Cancer Society), VCS (the Veterinary Cancer Society based in the US), ESVONC (the European Society of Veterinary Oncology), ABROVET (Brazil Association of Veterinary Oncology), and AMONCOVET (Mexican Association of Veterinary Oncology).
World Veterinary Oncology Congress
The World Veterinary Cancer Congress is an international conference held every four to five years with a goal of improving and developing the level of education in veterinary oncology around the world. Congresses will include presentations and company exhibits on the history and updates related to veterinary oncology and veterinary medicine. Researchers and leaders in various fields of veterinary oncology from around the world will gather to share knowledge and hold important discussions on the current status of the latest findings in veterinary oncology and the possibilities for the future. At the same time, we attach great importance to the development of excellent young researchers in the field of veterinary oncology and have prepared various programs and support for this purpose.
The 2024 WVCC will meet in Tokyo, Japan.
World Oncology Connections
At various times during the year, a member of the world partnership will organize an online session centered around a relevant veterinary oncology topic of interest to our membership. Panelists representing the various world partners are invited to participate and share their science and experiences with other world members. Sessions are complimentary to world partner members and recorded for future viewing.
World Oncology Day
Starting in 2025, the World Veterinary Oncology Consortium will organize a “World Veterinary Oncology Day.” This event will be held just once each year, rotating between World partners, at an annual conference or another suitable meeting. Topics of international interest will be selected ensuring a diverse and engaging lineup. Speakers from various locations worldwide will be invited to participate, promoting a global perspective on veterinary oncology.
In addition to traditional presentations, the schedule will include panel discussions, abstract presentations, and other types of programming that encourage the exchange of ideas and foster a broader understanding of potentially competing concepts. The aim is to create a dynamic and enriching experience that brings together veterinary Oncology experts and enthusiasts from around the world to collaborate, learn, and advance the field collectively.