The Fundamentals of Late Stage Cancer | 19-20 September 2019 | NWCR Centre, University of Liverpool

Cells

Confirmed speakers:

Raluca Eftimie, University of Dundee
"Mathematical modelling and investigation of macrophages heterogeneity and their impact on the evolution of cancer"

Jason Parsons, University of Liverpool
“Examining the radiobiology of proton beam therapy" Bartlomiej Waclaw, University of Edinburgh “Cancer heterogeneity: implications for treatment"

Eszter Lakatos, Barts Cancer Institute
“Measuring tumour evolutionary dynamics from genomic data"

Alexander Anderson, Moffitt Cancer Centre, USA
"Personalised adaptive therapy for metastatic cancer: An integrated approach"

Mark Leake, University of York
“Bioimaging of live cells to study the organisation of key receptor molecules implicated in cancer progression”

Stephen Smye, University of Leeds
"Physics in the clinic - future possibilities" Peter Gardner, The University of Manchester "Shedding a Different Light on Disease: An Introduction to Infrared Based Spectral Pathology"


Poster Abstract Submission deadline: 13 August 2019

*Attendees are welcomed to submit abstracts for posters.

Registration fee: £150 (includes networking reception, plus drinks and dinner on the evening of 19 Sept and all catering across meeting days)

Registration deadline: 1 September 2019

Register here: www.physicsoflife.org.uk/the-fundamentals-of-late-stage-cancer

Organisers: Peter Weightman, Sarah Coupland (University of Liverpool) and Jamie Hobbs (University of Sheffield)

Venue: NWCR Centre, 200 London Road, Liverpool L3 9TA

Image credit: Luna Djirackor, University of Liverpool