2014/2015 Programme

This meeting is jointly run by the Barts Cancer Institute and the Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science.

Venue:

  • G05, Joseph Rotblat Building, Charterhouse Square, or:
  • Lister-Young Seminar Room, John Vane Science Centre 2nd floor, Charterhouse Square (LYSR)
Date Speaker Title Venue
30 Sept 2015
1-2PM
Silvana Debernardi
Centre for Molecular Oncology
Early detection of pancreatic cancer in urine LYSR
28 Oct 2015
12-1PM
Laurent Dumartin
Centre for Molecular Oncology
ER stress protein AGR2 precedes and regulates PDAC initiation G05
25 Nov 2015
12-1PM
Dayem Ullah
Centre for Tumour Biology
Pancreas Tissue Bank portal G05
20 Jan 2016
1-2PM
Bakhouche Bakhouche
Centre for Tumour Biology
The role of c-Met endosomal signalling in pancreatic cancer LYSR
17 Feb 2016
1-2PM
Ming Yuan
Centre for Molecular Oncology
CAR T cell therapy LYSR
16 Mar 2016
11:30-12:30PM
David Barneda
Centre for Stem Cells in Cancer & Ageing
Lipid metabolism in pancreatic cancer cells LYSR
13 Apr 2016
12-1PM
Marianthi Tatari
Centre for Stem Cells in Cancer & Ageing
Autofluorescence as a stemness marker and its application as the basis for a CSC-centred drug screening platform G05
11 May 2016
12-1PM
Stella Man
Centre for Molecular Oncology
Targeting avb6 integrin expressing pancreatic cancers with adenovirus for imaging and therapy G05
08 June 2016
12-1PM
Joseph Brook
Centre for Molecular Oncology
Development of a 3D mouse atlas tool for improved non-invasive imaging of orthotopic mouse models of pancreatic cancer G05
06 July 2016
12-1PM
Abigail Wilson
Centre for Tumour Biology
Development of FGFR signalling pathway targeted therapies for pancreatic cancer G05

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