Minisymposium: The tumor microenvironment as a target for therapy


 

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Speakers

  • Gabriele Bergers, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Yukiko Matsunaga, Tokyo Universitet, Japan
  • Rui Benedito, CNIC, Madrid, Spain
  • Anna-Karin Olsson, IMBIM, Uppsala University
  • Randall Johnson, Karolinska Institutet
  • Arne Östman, Karolinska Institutet

Program

09:00 Special vascular biology lecture:

Sugars, spice and everything nice: syndecan-2 control of VEGF signaling

Michael Simons, Yale (vascular biology)

09:45
Coffee
10:15 Keynote Lecture:

Functional Inter-regulation of Angiogenesis and Immunity in Tumors

Gabriele Bergers,  KU Leuven

10:45
Cancer-associated NET formation – consequences for peripheral vessel and organ function

Anna-Karin Olsson, Uppsala University

11:15
Novel stroma features associated with drug- and radiation-response

Arne Östman, Karolinska Institutet

11:45
Lunch
12:45 This presentation is part of the Rudbeck seminar series:

Using multispectral genetic mosaics to understand vascular development and tumor angiogenesis

Rui Benedito, CNIC

13:30
Microvessel on a chip for visualizing tumor angiogenesis

Yukiko Matsunaga, Tokyo University

 14:00
Coffee Break
14:30
Oncolytic virus-induced immunogenic cell death augmented its efficacy

Di Yu, Uppsala University

14:45
Remodelling the tumor microenvironment to improve cancer treatment-Exploiting novel targets for immunotherapy

Dhifaf Sarhan, Karolinska Institutet

15:00
Hypoxic response, immunity, and tumor progression

Randall Johnson, Karolinska Institutet

15:30-15:35
Closing Words

 


Registration

Registration is now closed for this event. Please contact David Gotthold at david.gotthold@scilifelab.se for enquiries about remaining seats.