Cancer Core Europe (CCE) Virtual Summer School in Translational Cancer Research 2021

Europe/Berlin
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Virtual Summer School in Translational Cancer Research – Open to participants from all over the world. During this two day course, participants are offered workshops and several talks by renowned speakers from different disciplines of the entire cancer research continuum, with a special focus on personalized cancer medicine. The program facilitates networking and includes interactive sessions.

We are looking forward to your registration!

 

 


Website: Summerschool – Cancer Core Europe



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Registration
Registration
  • Wednesday, 13 October
    • 13:00 13:10
      Welcome and Introduction Day 1 10m
    • 13:10 13:50
      Cancer Prevention: Implementation and how to measure success 40m
      Speaker: Dr Joachim Schüz (Cancer Prevention Europe (CPE); International Agency for Research on Cancer, France)
    • 13:55 14:35
      Immunotherapy / Microbiome - Microbiota as a new path to treat breast cancer 40m
      Speaker: Dr Elda Tagliabue (Instituto Nazionale dei Tumori (INT) Milano, Italy)
    • 14:35 14:45
      Short Break & Chat 10m
    • 14:45 14:55
      Flash Talk on Precision Cancer Medicine 1 10m

      (5 min talk+ 5 min discussion)

    • 14:55 15:05
      Flash Talk on Precision Cancer Medicine 2 10m

      (5 min talk+ 5 min discussion)

    • 15:05 15:15
      Flash Talk on Precision Cancer Medicine 3 10m

      (5 min talk+ 5 min discussion)

    • 15:20 16:10
      Interactive Format 50m

      Description

    • 16:15 16:55
      The EMBO Keynote Lecture: Hallmarks of Cancer - 21st Anniversary / Beyond Hallmarks of Cancer 40m
      Speaker: Prof. Douglas Hanahan (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland)
    • 17:00 17:40
      Genomics research meets patients 40m
      Speaker: Dr Corrie Painter (Broad Institute of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard, USA)
    • 17:40 17:45
      Closing Remarks Day 1 5m
    • 18:00 19:20
      Workshop: Scientific Writing 1h 20m

      This workshop aims to aid all scientists in improving their science writing skills. The workshop will provide critical insights and practical advice on writing scientific publications and grant proposals. It will cover select basic principles of scientific style and composition with the overall goal to achieve maximum impact with the reader and reviewer in mind. (The number of participants in this workshop is not limited.)

      Speaker: Angelika Hofmann (SciWri Services and Dartmouth College, USA)
  • Thursday, 14 October
    • 13:00 13:10
      Welcome and Introduction Day 2 10m
    • 13:10 13:50
      The mutational foot prints of cancer therapies 40m
      Speaker: Prof. Nuria Lopez-Bigas (Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB) Barcelona, Spain)
    • 13:55 14:35
      The Next Generation of Precision Medicine Trials 40m
      Speaker: Dr Richard Baird (Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Cambridge Centre, UK)
    • 14:35 14:45
      Short Break & Chat 10m
    • 14:45 14:55
      Flash Talk on Precision Cancer Medicine 4 10m

      (5 min talk+ 5 min discussion)

    • 14:55 15:05
      Flash Talk on Precision Cancer Medicine 5 10m

      (5 min talk+ 5 min discussion)

    • 15:05 15:15
      Flash Talk on Precision Cancer Medicine 6 10m

      (5 min talk+ 5 min discussion)

    • 15:20 16:00
      Aging and Metabolism, Cellular Plasticity and Disease 40m
      Speaker: Prof. Manuel Serrano (Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB) Barcelona, Spain)
    • 16:05 16:45
      A personal history about hereditary diffuse gastric cancer CDH1 40m
      Speaker: Dr Tanya Bisseling (Radboud University Medical Center, The Netherlands)
    • 16:45 16:50
      Closing Remarks Day 2 5m
    • 17:00 18:30
      Case Study / Molecular Tumor Board 1h 30m

      The Case Study registration is closed.

      This workshop aims to give participants an introduction on how clinical cases are discussed, with a strong focus on understanding and considering molecular data. Participants can preview the specific cases, check out the tools, and get a clearer picture of the process during the interactive discussion and simulation. A limited number of slots are available. Few slots are reserved for participants of CCE centers. Remaining slots will be given in a first-come-first-serve manner, considering an adequate distribution between countries.