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Early Detection for Primary and Secondary Cancers

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Early Detection for Primary and Secondary Cancers

Translational Research Day 2019

13th June in New Hunt’s House Lecture Theatre 2, Guy’s Campus SE1 1UL

Session: Early detection of cancer and global health

Chair: Prof Joy Burchell, KCL Comprehensive Cancer Centre (CCC)

9:00 Dr Anita Lim, PostDoc in Peter Sasieni’s team, CCC

Could lectins be used as an in vivo stain to facilitate early detection of cervical cancer and pre-cancer?

9:20 Dr Lorena Benedetti, PostDoc in Francesca Ciccarelli’s team, CCC

Identification and validation of genes involved in early and late stages of oesophageal cancer progression

9:40 Dr. Rajesh Dikshit, Tata Memorial Hospital/Centre, Mumbai

Ongoing efforts for early detection/screening of common cancer in India

10:00 Prof Arnie Purushotham, KHPCCC, CRUK, Tata Trusts

A new model of distributed, accessible, affordable, cancer care in India

10:30 - 10:45 Coffee/tea break

Session: Tumour microenvironment and circulating biomarkers

Chair: Dr Anita Grigoriadis, CCC

10:45 Prof Jody Rosenblatt, CCC/Randall Division

Misregulation of extrusion drives tumour invasion

11:05 Prof Toby Lawrence, KCL Centre for Inflammation Biology & Cancer Immunology (CIBCI)

Ontogeny and function of tumour-associated macrophages

11:25 Dr Richard Beatson, PostDoc in Joy Burchell’s team, CCC

Glycan-dependent microenvironment remodelling in cancers

11:45 Dr Jose M Vicencio, PostDoc in Professor Tony Ng’s team, CCC/UCL

Using exosomal analysis from liquid biopsies to monitor early angiogenesis markers

12:05 Dr James Levitt, Microscopy Innovation Centre Manage, CCC

An introduction to the Microscopy Innovation Centre at King’s College

12:25 – 1:10 Lunch break


Session: Multidisciplinary approaches to cancer detection

Chair: Dr Maya Thanou, KCL Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IPS)

1:10 Dr Wayne Dickson, Photonics and Nanotechnology Group, KCL Department of Physics

Ultrasensitive sensing using designer optical metamaterials

1:30 Dr Ali Salehi Reyani, Chemistry and Innovation IPS Honorary Fellow, Imperial College London

Quantitative Single Cell Proteomics for Rare Cells in the Blood

1:50 Prof Mark Wallace, KCL Department of Chemistry

Single-molecule assays & artificial membranes

2:10 Prof Khuloud Al-Jamal, IPS

Rapid detection of cancer-derived exosomes for point-of-care diagnosis of cancer

2:30 Dr Mohammad Asim, Surrey Cancer Research Institute

Androgen Receptor: A Double-Edged Sword in Prostate Cancer Therapy

2:50 – 3:15 Coffee/tea break

3:15 Dr David Crosby, CRUK

Early detection research: challenges and opportunities

3:35 Panel discussion

4:35 Profs Tony Ng & Ben Forbes - Closing remarks

5:00 Drinks & nibble

FYI: Early career researchers are highlighted in bold

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