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Track 4: Bridging Silos in Biomarker Development : Seventh Annual Protein Biomarkers
Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H Street NW
Washington, DC
Track 4: Bridging Silos in Biomarker Development : Seventh Annual Protein Biomarkers
Cambridge Healthtech Institute  

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, September 24, 2009
11:30:00 Technology Showcase: Protein Biomarkers
11:30:00 Drug-Induced Nephrotoxicity – Multiplex Detection of Key Kidney Damage Biomarkers in Rat Urine
11:45:00 The Speed and Flexibility of Building Protein Biomarker Assays with the Peptide MRM Method Nextgen logo Michael Pisano
12:15:00 Sponsored Presentation To Be Announced
12:30:00 Lunch on your own
14:00:00 Plenary Keynotes
14:30:00 Enabling Personalized Medicine through Application of Biomarkers in Clinical Development Nicholas C. Dracopoli
14:30:00 Use of Biomarkers and Translational Science to Accelerate and Improve Oncology Drug Development: Opportunities and Roadblocks J. Carl Barrett
15:00:00 Protein Biomarkers for Cancer Targeted Therapy
15:00:00 Networking Refreshment Break with Poster and Exhibit Viewing
16:00:00 Towards a More Efficient Protein Biomarker Development Process Henry Rodriguez
16:30:00 Use of Activated Protein Pathway Biomarkers at the Bedside: Realizing the Promise of Personalized Therapy Emanuel F Petricoin
17:00:00 Towards Renal Cell Carcinoma Biomarker Discovery using Personalized Oncoproteomics Josip Blonder
17:30:00 MRM and iMALDI for Protein Biomarker Discovery and Validation Christoph H. Borchers
18:00:00 Close of Day
Friday, September 25, 2009
07:30:00 Breakfast Presentations (Opportunities Available)
08:15:00 Protein Biomarkers for Cancer
08:25:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
08:30:00 Accelerating Biomarker Discovery through an Integrated Organ Specific Approach O. John Semmes
09:00:00 Nanoscale Proteomic Analysis of Clinical Oncology Specimens for Drug Discovery Dean W Felsher
09:30:00 An Integrated Approach to Serum Marker Identification of Gastric Cancer Juan Cui
10:00:00 Protein Biomarker Discovery
10:00:00 Networking Coffee Break
10:30:00 Proteomics - From Basic Research to the Clinic Ronald C. Hendrickson
11:00:00 Rationale Ovarian Cancer Biomarker Discovery: The Importance of Longitudinal Experimental Designs David C. Muddiman
11:30:00 High-Throughput Cell-Based Studies and Protein Microarrays for Biomarker and Target Discovery Fernanda Festa
12:00:00 Close of Congress
12:00:00 New Presentation
12:05:00 End of the conference
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