Molecular Pathology Approach to Cancer
De Rode Hoed *Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS Visit the Venue to read more
The course focuses on the practical application of molecular tests in pathology and is aimed at practicing pathologists, residents in pathology, molecular biologists with interest in diagnostic pathology and young medical oncologists.
Topics to be covered
This course will provide an up-to-date review of current molecular biomarkers and the challenges for their assessment and interpretation in the context of different cancer types. Conceptual and practical advancements in the development of novel biomarkers for cancer patients will also be discussed.
The topics that will be covered in the course include:
- Next generation sequencing
- Novel findings in breast, colorectal, ovarian, endometrial and kidney cancers
- Targeted therapy in melanoma
- KIT and novel targets in gastrointestinal stromal tumours
- Genetic testing in colorectal and lung cancers
- Translocations in sarcomas and haematological malignancies
- How to deliver molecular tests for clinical decision-making
- Causes of possible pitfalls in molecular analysis
Jorge Reis-Filho, US
Giorgio Stanta, Italy
Marc van de Vijver, the Netherlands
Members of the European Association for Cancer Research will 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 annum for active researchers, with special reduced fees for young investigators and students.
Reduced registration rates also apply to those who work in an OECI member institute at the time of registration. To find out if your institute is an OECI member, click here.
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
De Rode Hoed is a historic building in the picturesque heart of Amsterdam. De Rode Hoed’s Great Hall is the largest and oldest remaining hidden church in the Netherlands and a perfect setting for a meeting and informal open discussion.
1015 CV AMSTERDAM
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The course focuses on the practical application of molecular tests in pathology and is aimed at practising pathologists, residents in pathology, molecular biologists with interest in diagnostic pathology and young medical oncologists.
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