14th to 16th June 2017
Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK
Tumour growth and metastasis is critically dependent on the interaction between tumour cells and their surrounding environment. Knowledge of the role of the tumour micro-environment has been developing rapidly and therapies aimed at tumour vasculature and lymphatics, immune interactions, and stromal components are now increasingly available. 3D models designed to closely mimic the human tumour microenvironment are increasingly being used in an attempt to generate more clinically relevant data from laboratory studies. This meeting aims to highlight the latest advances in this field from basic science to clinical development and to provide a workshop forum for researcher to discuss recent developments in 3D cancer modelling.
Modelling cancer in 3D
The interstitial stem cell niche
Hypoxia and metabolism
3D Model workshop - 14th June 2017
Tumour Microenvironment - 15th and 16th June 2017
Kari Alitalo Ingunn Holen
David Bates Gordon Jayson
Axel Behrens Bob Kerbel
Roy Bicknell Jan Kitajewski
Peter Carmeliet Max Mazzone
Lisa Coussens Poulam Patel
Kairbaan Hodivala Dilke Jeff Pollard
Ester Hammond Michael Potente
Kevin Harrington Ian Tomlinson
17 March 2017
Up to 10 slots for oral presentations will be selected from abstracts.
(If you don't wish your abstract to be selected for oral presentation please mark appropriately)
Registration rates are day delegte rates only. If you wish to attend all three days we have included a 10% discount.
If you require accommodation to attend this event we have linked with Events Nottingham who have provided the link below giving details of Hotels in Nottingham close to the Nottingham Conference Centre.
The conference dinner is an extra costs and tickets can be purchased separately. There are limited spaces so book early to avoid disappointment.