One Day Symposium: The Tumour Microenvironment:Fundamental Biology and Translational Research, 17 April 2015, The Royal Veterinary College


  RVC tumour cells

The Tumour Microenvironment: Fundamental Biology and Translational Research

Friday 17th April 2015

 To be held at the RVC’s Camden Campus, Royal College Street, London


 Symposium fee:

Students £75 , Post-docs, Academics and Industry Participants £120

This exciting one-day symposium focuses on the tumour micro-environment. It will consider both the fundamental biology of the cellular interactions within the tumour microenvironment and their translational potential, drawing on the expertise of world-class speakers who are all actively engaged in research within this rapidly evolving area of tumour immunology.

In addition to CPD hours accredited by the Society of Biology, this symposium will provide an ideal opportunity for networking, aiming to bring together both international authorities in tumour  immunology and more junior members of the profession, who will be able to present their work in a friendly environment—either by oral or poster format. Refreshments and lunch will be provided in the setting of the widely acclaimed Camden Lightwell of the Royal Veterinary College, an academic institution with over 200 years of heritage in veterinary medicine and the biosciences. This is an event not to be missed if you have an interest in tumour immunology!


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 Confirmed speakers include:

Professor Bart Vanhaesebroeck, University College London Cancer Institute

Dr Claire Edwards, Botnar Research Centre, University of Oxford

Dr Aamir Ahmed, Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine, King’s College London

Dr Ester Hammond, CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology

Professor Awen Gallimore, Institute of Infection & Immunity, Cardiff University

Dr Stephen Beers, Cancer Sciences Unit, University of Southampton

Professor Dominique Bonnet, CRUK, London Research Institute

 Symposium accredited by the Society of Biology

  RVC Society of Biology

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