Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham
1st to the 3rd July 2019
Tumour growth and metastasis is critically dependent on the interaction between tumour cells and their surrounding environment. Cancers require a vascular supply, a lymph drainage, immune escape, evasion from growth suppression and pro-apoptotic signals coming from their environment and an ability to move through the surrounding stroma to metastasise. Knowledge of the role of the tumour microenvironment has been developing rapidly, and therapies aimed at tumour vasculature and lymphatics, immune interactions, and stromal components are now increasingly available. The current state of the art of knowledge of the tumour microenvironment field encompasses four major interacting areas – vascular biology, immunology, stromal biology and metastasis. This meeting is a follow up to our successful meetings in 2013 (in Bristol) and 2017 in Nottingham.
Our confirmed speakers include:
Michele De Palma
J. Martin Brown
Abstract Submission Deadline:
1st May 2019
Up to 11 slots for oral presentations will be selected from abstracts.
(If you don't wish your abstract to be selected for oral presentation please mark appropriately, see the information attached)
Registration rates are day delegate rates only.
If you require accommodation to attend this event we have linked with Events Nottingham who have provided the link below giving details of Hotels in Nottingham close to the Nottingham Conference Centre.
The conference dinner is an extra costs and tickets can be purchased separately. There are limited spaces so book early to avoid disappointment.