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Liquid Biopsies

 
  January 17, 2020  
     
 
European Association for Cancer Research, Bergamo
18-11-2020


Wednesday 18 November:

11:30

REGISTRATION

until 13:00

 

12:00

WELCOME LUNCH & TRADE

 

13:00

CONFERENCE WELCOME

Scientific Programme Committee

SESSION 1: EARLY DETECTION WITH LIQUID BIOPSIES – SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY FOR CLINICAL APPLICATIONS

 

13:10

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Dan Landau New York Genome Center, USA

13:55

Nickolas Papadopoulos Johns Hopkins University, USA

14:25

Proffered Paper 1

14:40

EXHIBITOR INTRODUCTIONS

60-second intro pitches by each company

 

14:50

COFFEE BREAK & TRADE

 

15:20

Nitzan Rosenfield CRUK Cambridge Institute, UK

"High-sensitivity ctDNA assays to detect low-burden disease"

15:50

Alex Aravanis GRAIL, USA

16:20

Proferred Paper 2

16:35

Gabriella Sozzi Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Italy

17:05

POSTER SPOTLIGHTS

3 top abstracts presented as 3 minute flash talks

 

17:20

NETWORKING RECEPTION

including drinks and light food

 

18:00

POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION 1

until 19:30

 

 Thursday 19 November:

08:30

POSTER VIEWING

coffee available

 

08:45

INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT

 

SESSION 2: CIRCULATING TUMOUR CELLS – WHAT DO THEY BRING TO THE LIQUID BIOPSY TABLE?

 

09:00

Francoise Farace Gustave Roussy, France

"Dissection of metastasis and therapeutic resistance: from single CTC sequencing to CTC-derived models”

09:30

Proffered Paper 3

09:45

Nicola Aceto University of Basel, Switzerland

"Biology, heterogeneity, and vulnerabilities of circulating tumor cells"

10:15

COFFEE BREAK & TRADE

 

10:45

Proffered Paper 4

11:00

Caroline Dive CRUK Manchester Institute, UK

11:30

POSTER SPOTLIGHTS

3 top abstracts presented as 3 minute flash talks

 

11:45

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM

 

12:15

LUNCH & TRADE

 

12:45

POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION 2

 

SESSION 3: HOW LIQUID BIOPSIES COULD CHANGE CLINICAL PRACTICE - MINIMAL RESIDUAL DISEASE MONITORING

 

14:15

Nick Turner ICR, UK

14:45

Mariam Jamal-Hanjani UCL Cancer Institute, UK

"The clinical utility of ctDNA in minimal residual disease and the emergence of metatstaic disease"

15:15

Proffered Paper 5

15:30

Sarah-Jane Dawson PeterMac, Australia

"Circulating tumour DNA for understanding molecular resistance in cancer"

16:00

COFFEE BREAK & TRADE

 

16:30

Proffered Paper 6

16:45

Alberto Bardelli University of Torino, Italy

"Therapy-induced mutagenesis and drug resistance in colon cancer"

17:15

PANEL DISCUSSION

until 18:15

 

19:00

CONFERENCE DINNER

Taverna Valtellinese

Optional ticketed dinner

 

 Friday 20 November:

08:30

POSTER VIEWING

coffee available

 

08:45

INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT

 

SESSION 2: CIRCULATING TUMOUR CELLS – WHAT DO THEY BRING TO THE LIQUID BIOPSY TABLE?

 

09:00

Francoise Farace Gustave Roussy, France

"Dissection of metastasis and therapeutic resistance: from single CTC sequencing to CTC-derived models”

09:30

Proffered Paper 3

09:45

Nicola Aceto University of Basel, Switzerland

"Biology, heterogeneity, and vulnerabilities of circulating tumor cells"

10:15

COFFEE BREAK & TRADE

 

10:45

Proffered Paper 4

11:00

Caroline Dive CRUK Manchester Institute, UK

11:30

POSTER SPOTLIGHTS

3 top abstracts presented as 3 minute flash talks

 

11:45

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIUM

 

12:15

LUNCH & TRADE

 

12:45

POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION 2

 

SESSION 3: HOW LIQUID BIOPSIES COULD CHANGE CLINICAL PRACTICE - MINIMAL RESIDUAL DISEASE MONITORING

 

14:15

Nick Turner ICR, UK

14:45

Mariam Jamal-Hanjani UCL Cancer Institute, UK

"The clinical utility of ctDNA in minimal residual disease and the emergence of metatstaic disease"

15:15

Proffered Paper 5

15:30

Sarah-Jane Dawson PeterMac, Australia

"Circulating tumour DNA for understanding molecular resistance in cancer"

16:00

COFFEE BREAK & TRADE

 

16:30

Proffered Paper 6

16:45

Alberto Bardelli University of Torino, Italy

"Therapy-induced mutagenesis and drug resistance in colon cancer"

17:15

PANEL DISCUSSION

until 18:15

 

19:00

CONFERENCE DINNER

Taverna Valtellinese

 
 
Organized by: Claire Sullivan
Invited Speakers:
  • Nicola Aceto University of Basel, Switzerland
  • Alex Aravanis GRAIL, USA
  • Alberto Bardelli University of Torino, Italy
  • Carlos Caldas CRUK Cambridge Institute, UK
  • Sarah-Jane Dawson PeterMac, Australia
  • Caroline Dive CRUK Manchester Institute, UK
  • Francoise Farace Gustave Roussy, France
  • Ellen Heitzer Medical University of Graz, Austria
  • Mariam Jamal-Hanjani UCL Cancer Institute, UK
  • Dan Landau New York Genome Center, USA
  • Evi Lianidou University of Athens, Greece
  • Muhammed Murtaza TGen, USA
  • Nickolas Papadopoulos Johns Hopkins University, USA
  • Nitzan Rosenfeld CRUK Cambridge Institute, UK
  • Giulia Siravegna Mass General Cancer Center, USA
  • Gabriella Sozzi Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Italy
  • Nick Turner ICR, UK
 
Deadline for Abstracts: Abstract submission deadline: 07 September 2020
 
Registration:

Bursary application deadline: 07 September 2020

Registration deadline: 12 October 2020

E-mail: claire.sullivan@eacr.org
 
 
   
 
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