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A Matter of Life or Death: From Basic Cell Death Mechanisms to Novel Cancer Treatments

Keizersgracht 102 | Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
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Title: A Matter of Life or Death: From Basic Cell Death Mechanisms to Novel Cancer Treatments
Specialty: Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dates: From Feb, 1, 2018 to Feb, 3, 2018
Location: Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Type: Course
Registration Cost: From 320 to 365 EUR
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Event Venue:

Keizersgracht 102

Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS Visit the Venue to read more
Currency:
EUR
Concerned Audience:
  • Medical_Professionals
  • Medical_students
  • Nurses
Event Overview
Welcome message:

Evading cell death is a hallmark of cancer cells, which contributes to tumour growth and therapeutic resistance. But cancer cells also highjack mechanisms like protective autophagy or senescence to promote tumour growth. Cell death is an important determinant of the immune response to cancer, which may either increase the antitumour effect or promote tumour growth.


The conference will cover exciting new insights into this highly-relevant field, so please join us in Amsterdam to be stimulated by the latest research updates!


Target Audience

With its translational character, the conference has been designed for basic and translational cancer scientists, as well as oncologists who are interested in the multifaceted role of cell death in cancer.


We strongly encourage early-stage basic cancer researchers and medical oncologists to present their work to the international community. There will be plenty of opportunities for interaction with some of the top experts in the field, including Round Table Discussions. We anticipate an inspiring informal atmosphere to share research findings, and to establish or strengthen collaborations.


Topics to be covered

Mechanisms and regulation of classical apoptotic and non-classical modes of cell death


Mechanistic insight into autophagy and senescence


Therapeutic strategies modulating cell death in cancer cells


Impact of cell death on immune responses to cancer and cancer therapies


 Scientific Programme Committee: Simone Fulda, Verena Jendrossek (chair), Jan Paul Medema

Speakers/Faculty:

Christian Behrends

Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU), Germany


 Peter de Keizer

Peter de Keizer

Erasmus MC, Netherlands


 Karin de Visser

Karin de Visser

NKI, Netherlands


 Sandra Demaria

Sandra Demaria

Weill Cornell Medical College, USA


 Scott Dixon

Scott Dixon

Stanford University, USA


 Simone Fulda

Simone Fulda

UCT Frankfurt, Germany


 Ana J. García-Sáez

Ana J. García-Sáez

Universität Tübingen, Germany


 Verena Jendrossek

Verena Jendrossek

Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany


 Jan Paul Medema

Jan Paul Medema

AMC, Netherlands


 Manolis Pasparakis

Manolis Pasparakis

University of Cologne, Germany


 Eugenia Piddini

Eugenia Piddini

University of Bristol, UK


 Kevin Ryan

Kevin Ryan

Beatson Institute, UK

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General Info:

Members of the European Association for Cancer Research receive reduced registration rates for this conference and all other EACR conferences.


The EACR is Europe’s largest membership association for cancer researchers. Membership costs just €40 per year for active researchers, with special reduced fees for young investigators and students.

Currency:

EUR

Registration Cost
Type
Early Registration

2017-11-11
Late Registration From: 2017-11-12 To: 0--
On site Registration
Students
320
345
365

Group Registrations:

Group registrations not allowed

Accompanying Persons:

Accompanying persons not allowed

Registration Documents:
Letter of invitation:
We don’t provide letter of invitation
Letter of confirmation:
We don’t provide Letter of Confirmation
Proof of professional / educational status:
We don’t need Proof of professional/educational status
Online Abstract Submission:

We don’t accept Online Abstracts

Accommodation
Accommodation:

Amsterdam has about 350 hotels and B&Bs in the city offering rooms in all price ranges and styles.


The official Amsterdam Tourist Board website provides all the information you need to plan your trip to Amsterdam and can be found online at www.iamsterdam.com/en/visiting.


Hotel accommodation search engines will provide competitive prices; see below for some examples. However, it is often worth checking the hotel’s own website or contacting the hotel directly as they may offer special deals to match or improve on the prices provided by online accommodation services.


www.booking.com/Amsterdam


www.booked.net


www.easytobook.com


www.expedia.co.uk


www.hotels.nl


www.laterooms.com


www.wimdu.co.uk/amsterdam


These links are provided for your convenience. They do not signify that we endorse the websites. We have no responsibility for the content of the linked website(s).


How to get there

Travelling to and from the Airport

The train station at Schipol Airport is easily accessed by lifts or escalators in the terminal building. There are very regular trains to the Amsterdam Central Station. Tickets can be purchased from ticket machines using a credit card and we recommend spending a little extra to take the fast route with no stops between the airport and the station. The journey takes less than 15 minutes.


Directions from the train station

De Rode Hoed is located in the centre of Amsterdam, about a 15 minute walk from Amsterdam Central Train Station. Please note that getting to your destination in this area with many canals and small bridges may require some extra time.


Upon leaving Amsterdam Central Station,cross the tram rails and stay right. Walk across the bridge on your right. At the traffic lights, cross both streets towards Cafe Karpershoek / Play-Inn casino in front of you. Continue to the right, this is the Prins Hendrikkade. After approximately 100 m, follow the left turn, and immediately go right again across the bridge with the fish-shop. Turn left, then right again, at the corner with the coffee-shops (The Doors/The Bulldog).


This is the Brouwersgracht. Continue on the Brouwersgracht for approx. 200 m, past the playground, cross the bridge on the left, and continue on the bridge to the right. Turn left at the Keizersgracht (Emperor's Canal). You will find De Rode Hoed after approx. 200 m, at number 102.

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Submission Info

Six proffered papers will be selected from submitted abstracts for oral presentation. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Programme Committee and successful delegates will be notified of their poster or oral presentation by 01 December 2017.


EACR Poster Prizes

Two EACR Poster Prizes of €100 each will be awarded for the best posters as selected by the judges.


Abstract submission deadline: 20 November 2017


Abstracts must be submitted online. You can edit your abstract(s) until the abstract submission deadline shown above. The main abstract text is limited to 300 words but this does not include the information relating to title, author and affiliation.

Abstract submission deadline 2017-11-20
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The target audience for this meeting is basic, translational and clinical scientists, as well as physicians engaged in the challenges of personalised medicine, the development of new therapeutics and clinical implementation.

o ensure the best interaction with delegates, exhibitors will be invited to take part in all networking sessions available at the conference. Visit our dedicated page about Networking for more information.

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Contact No.: +44 (0)11595 15065

Email: eacr@nottingham.ac.uk

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