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3rd Scientific Workshop on Tumour Microenvironment in the Haematological Malignancies and its Therapeutic Targeting

3rd Scientific Workshop on Tumour Microenvironment in the Haematological Malignancies and its Therapeutic Targeting
February 24 - February 26, 2019 - London, United Kingdom
Chairs : Dominique Bonnet, Daniela S. Krause, Simon Mendez-Ferrer

Information

3rd Scientific Workshop on
HAEMATOLOGICAL TUMOUR MICROENVIRONMENT AND ITS THERAPEUTIC TARGETING
February 24-26, 2019
The Francis Crick Institute – London, United Kingdom
Chairs: Michael Andreeff, Dominique Bonnet, Daniela S. Krause, Simon Méndez-Ferrer

 

Programme description:

This workshop offers highest level science on the nature of the normal and malignant haemopoietic stem cell niche. It also aims to present strategies to target haematological cancers in their tumour microenvironment, thereby combining basic research efforts with possible clinical applications. It is designed to promote scientific interaction between participants from all over the world, involving junior and senior biologists and clinicians working in both the academic and industrial settings.

Learning objectives:

 

  • Define the currently known complexities of the normal and malignant haematopoietic stem cell niche
  • Define the complexities of metabolic changes in the bone marrow microenvironment in health and disease
  • Define the effects of inflammatory processes on the bone marrow microenvironment in health and disease
  • Define the interaction of haematological cancer cells with their microenvironment and methods to visualize and mimic these
  • Define strategies to target the malignant haematopoietic stem cell niche to augment existing therapies

 

Programme

Abstract submission

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DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: DECEMBER 3rd, 2018

Abstracts guidelines:
– Your abstract has to be structured (eg Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusions)
– Maximum number of words: 400
– Your abstract will be submitted to the peer review procedure.

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Accommodation

Accommodation at special conference rates is available at Pullman London St Pancras hotel, located next to the conference venue. 

Please click here to proceed with your reservation in this hotel (Reservations guaranteed at negotiated prices until January 11th, 2019).

Please click here to find a list of other hotels, to guide you for your accommodation reservation. These hotels are located next to the conference venue. This is a non-exhaustive list.

 

Venue

The Francis Crick Institute
1 Midland Road
London NW1 1AT
UNITED KINGDOM

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Scholarship

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Registration

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The registration fee for this conference is:
– Regular registration fee: 600€
– Registration fee for resident in-training: 300€ (support document required)

This fee includes :
Your place in the Conference Room,
Conference Materials,
Luncheons, Refreshments throughout the conference.

Your seat in the conference will be definitively reserved upon receipt of your fee.

Type of payment :

A) By Cheque :
ESH, Centre Hayem, Hôpital Saint Louis
1 Avenue Claude Vellefaux
75475 Paris Cedex 10
France

B) By Bank transfer :
Bank address: BNPParibas, 156 avenue Parmentier, 75010 Paris, France
Bank code: 30004. 
Agency code: 01730.
Account number: 00010099772. 
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IBAN: FR 76 3000 4017 3000 0100 9977 292
BIC: BNPAFRPPPBU

C) By Credit card : VISA, MASTERCARD, AMEX

Cancellation policy of registration fee :
In case of cancellation, up until one month prior to the beginning of the meeting, your registration fee will be reimbursed in full (less bank charges).
If the cancellation is notified between 1 and 30 days prior to the beginning of the meeting, 50% of the registration fee will be reimbursed (less bank charges).
Cancellations notified during the meeting will not be reimbursed.