This workshop is focused on modelling the Tumour Microenvironment in vitro. It will include talks from speakers describing the state-of-the art in modelling different aspects of the tumour microenvironment, innovative technologies that can be applied to interrogating the models and the application of such models in translation to the clinic. The workshop will have opportunities for contributions from the attendees with selected talks from the abstracts, flash poster sessions, poster presentations and a panel discussion when participants can ask questions.
Building on the success and feedback from two previous tumour microenvironment meetings this Tumour Microenvironment Conference will showcase fantastic international tumour microenvironment research from the US and Europe. There will be talks from leading Researchers that investigate key topics in the tumour microenvironment including tumour interactions with vascular, immune and stromal tissue, the role of hypoxia and the role of the TME in metastasis. There will also be sessions on state-of-the-art imaging of the tumour microenvironment and exploring clinical impact and the patients perspective. The conference will have opportunities for contributions from the attendees with selected talks from the abstracts in addition to poster presentations. There will be a gala dinner on the 7th September providing additional networking opportunities.
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