Cancer Biology: Joint Symposium with IFOM (Italy) in Oct at Shiran-Kaikan

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The 2nd IFOM – Kyoto University Joint Symposium
“Perspective in Cancer Biology: Genetic Variations and Host-tumor Interactions”

We cordially invite you to attend a two-day symposium, organized by Kyoto University and IFOM (Milan, Italy), a leading European research institute, in the field of molecular oncology.
Accumulating evidence in this field is now shedding new light on several important issues in cancer research, such as how cellular heterogeneity arises in tumor tissues, which host factors promote or suppress the malignant behavior of cancer cells, and how the immune system interacts with cancer cells. This symposium will provide a unique opportunity to learn about and discuss these and other hot topics in cancer research through lectures by experts and poster presentations by young researchers. Take part, and enjoy the exciting and novel discoveries.

Period
October 6th, 9:30 – 18:05 (Reception opens at 8:30 a.m.)
October 7th, 9:20 – 17:05 (Reception opens at 9:00 a.m.)国際掛 画像2

Venue

Inamori Hall & Yamauchi Hall, Shiran Kaikan (Kyoto University)

Capacity
200 pax per day

Language
English

Registration
Free – Please click here for the online registration.
(We would recommend you to pre-reserve your seat.)

We closed the online registration.
Onsite registration will be available only when there are vacant seats available.


Program
Please click here to download a program in PDF.


Main Speakers
Prof. Tasuku Honjo / Cancer Immunotherapy by Blockade of Negative Immuno Regulator PD-1
Prof. Nagahiro Minato / T-cell Senescence and Autoimmunity
Prof. Marco Foiani / ATR-mediated control of nuclear plasticity

Organization
Hosted by
Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University
IFOM – FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology (Milan, Italy)

Co-Hosted by
Promotion Plan for the Platform of Human Resource Development for Cancer
Laboratory for Malignancy Control Research: a Medical Innovation Project sponsored by Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Co., Ltd.

Supported by
The Kyoto University Foundation

Contact
The 2nd IFOM – Kyoto University Joint Symposium Organizing Committee
e-mail: 060intl-aff*mail2.adm.kyoto-u.ac.jp(Please replace “*” with “@”.)