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33rd Annual CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
Cancer Therapy & Research Center at UT Health Science Center San Antonio
7979 Wurzbach Road, MC 8224
San Antonio, Texas
http://www.aacr.org/meetingcalendar
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   AACR
   American Association for Cancer Research

   Upcoming Conferences at the Forefront of Cancer Research

   December 8-12, 2010

   33rd Annual CTRC - AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium

   Co-Directors: Charles A. Coltman, Jr. and C. Kent Osborne
   San Antonio, TX

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Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, December 8, 2010
12:00:00 Registration | Bridge Hall
13:55:00 Educational Sessions | Ballroom C
14:00:00 CNS Metastases in Breast Cancer: Current Challenges and Future | Ballroom C-1 Nancy U. Lin
14:05:00 Advances in neurosurgery in the management of CNS metastases Elizabeth B. Claus
14:10:00 Radiation therapy for CNS metastases: What should the standard approach be? Minesh P. Mehta
14:15:00 Systemic therapy for CNS metastases Nancy U. Lin
14:20:00 Translating new approaches from bench to bedside P. S. Steeg
14:25:00 Panel Discussion
14:30:00 The Clinical Utility of Genetic Testing for Inherited Predisposition to Breast Cancer: BRCA and Beyond | Ballroom C-2 Mark Robson
14:35:00 Evaluation of breast cancer predisposition in different clinical venues Sharon E. Plon
14:40:00 Management of women with a highly penetrant predisposition to breast cancer: State of the art 2010 Susan M. Domchek
14:55:00 Challenges to clinical application of new discoveries in the genetics of breast cancer predisposition Mark Robson
15:00:00 DNA Repair | Ballroom C-3 Daniel P. Silver
15:05:00 DNA repair pathways and tumorigenesis James M. Ford
15:15:00 DNA repair and breast cancer: Therapeutic opportunities and challenges Daniel P. Silver
15:40:00 Radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiotherapy Richard L. Crownover
15:45:00 Automated, Quantitative Cell and Tissue Imaging Technologies | Ballroom C-3 Rachel Schiff
15:50:00 Measuring and modeling cell death pathways in tumor cells Peter K. Sorger
16:00:00 Design & Interpretation of Biomarker Studies | Ballroom C-1 Mitchell Dowsett
16:05:00 Statistical challenges in predictive and prognostic biomarker studies: How to avoid wasting your time and specimens Lisa M McShane
16:10:00 The importance of technical validation Jorge Reis-Filho
16:15:00 Interpretation of biomarker studies Lajos Pusztai
16:20:00 Emerging Radiation Techniques – The Fast and the Furious | Ballroom C-2 Richard L. Crownover
16:20:00 Quantitative methods to assess eligibility for breast cancer therapy David Rimm
16:35:00 Rationale and results of accelerated partial breast irradiation Frank A Vicini
18:00:00 Next Generation Sequencing for the Clinician | Ballroom C-1 Charles M. Perou
18:05:00 Next-generation sequencing and analysis of tumor/normal pairs Elaine R. Mardis
18:15:00 Leveraging next generation sequencing in the study of breast cancer somatic genetics P. Andrew Futreal
18:20:00 Next generation sequencing for gene expression profiling Charles M. Perou
18:30:00 Systems Biology - Can it Explain Everything? | Ballroom C-2 Adrian V. Lee
18:45:00 Cancer systems biology: Concepts and perspectives? Doug Lauffenburger
18:55:00 Modeling sensitivity to therapeutic agents Paul T Spellman
19:00:00 Systems biology for the clinician Dana Faratian
19:05:00 Symptom Management | Ballroom C-3 Laura J. Esserman
19:10:00 Balancing risks of deconditioning vs. weight-lifting for breast cancer survivors for Lymphedema Kathryn H. Schmitz
19:15:00 Understanding the role of botanicals in the management of breast cancer Debasish "Debu" Tripathy
19:20:00 Long term management of pain due to, and after, primary treatment of breast cancer Michael Rabow
19:25:00 Losing your hair during chemotherapy may not be inevitable: emerging techniques to avoid hair loss Michelle E. Melisko
Thursday, December 9, 2010
07:00:00 Registration | Bridge Hall
07:05:00 Career Development Forum: A Networking Session for Young Investigators | Ballroom B
08:35:00 Opening Remarks | Exhibit Hall D
08:45:00 Plenary Lecture 1 | Exhibit Hall D
08:50:00 Oncogenic Reprogramming of Metabolism and Therapy Chi Van Dang
09:15:00 General Session 1 (#S1 - 1-S1-9)
11:30:00 AACR Outstanding Investigator Award for Breast Cancer Research, supported by an educational grant from Susan G. Komen for the Cure
11:35:00 Cancer Micrometastasis and Circulating Tumor Cells Klaus Pantel
12:00:00 Lunch
12:30:00 Clinical Science Forum - Controversies in Screening for Breast Cancer | Ballroom A Eric P. Winer
12:35:00 Rethinking and improving screening in the context of breast cancer biology Laura J. Esserman
12:45:00 Breast cancer screening – The radiology perspective Chris I. Flowers
12:55:00 Panel Discussion Chris Tannous, Judy E Garber, Chris I. Flowers, Laura J. Esserman
13:00:00 Basic Science Forum - Breast Cancer Recurrence and Tumor Dormancy – What is it? Does it matter? Lewis A. Chodosh
13:05:00 Preclinical imaging of metastasis and dormancy: Clinical implications Ann F. Chambers
13:15:00 Models to mechanisms: Understanding tumor dormancy and breast cancer recurrence Lewis A. Chodosh
13:45:00 Mini-Symposium 1 | Exhibit Hall D
13:55:00 noncodingRNA - The New Frontier Sarawati Sukumar
14:00:00 Long noncoding RNAs in breast cancer progression Howard Y. Chang
14:10:00 MicroRNA in medical practice George A. Calin
14:45:00 General Session 2 (#S2-1 - S2-7) | Exhibit Hall D
16:30:00 Susan G. Komen for the Cure Brinker Awards for Scientific Distinction Lectures | Exhibit Hall D
16:35:00 The Basic Science award is presented to a researcher who has added substantively to our understanding of the basic biology of, or development of, methodologies that further our ability to unravel the genetic and molecular basis of breast cancer. This year the award is being presented to:
16:40:00 Targeting of Breast Cancer Tumor Initiating Cells Jeffrey M Rosen
16:45:00 The Clinical Research award is presented to a clinician who has significantly furthered the identification of new prevention, detection or treatment approaches for breast cancer and its translation into clinical care. This year the award is being presented to:
17:25:00 Prediction of benefit from systemic adjuvant therapies for breast cancer Soonmyung "Soon" Paik
17:30:00 Poster Discussion 1 (PD 1-8) | Ballroom A
17:45:00 Poster Discussion 2 (PD 2 1-10) | Ballroom B
18:00:00 Poster Session 1 | Exhibit Hall A-B
Friday, December 10, 2010
06:45:00 Registration | Bridge Hall
07:00:00 Poster Discussion 3 (PD 3 1-9) | Ballroom A
07:15:00 Poster Discussion 4 (PD 4 1-10) | Ballroom B
07:30:00 Poster Session 2 | Exhibit Halls A-B
09:00:00 Plenary Lecture 2 | Exhibit Hall D
09:05:00 Drug Development – Targeting HER2 Beyond Trastuzumab Neil L Spector
09:30:00 General Session 3 (#S3-1 - S3-8) | Exhibit Hall D
11:30:00 AACR Distinguished Lectureship in Breast Cancer Research | Exhibit Hall D
11:35:00 Synthetic Lethal Approaches to Cancer Therapy Alan Ashworth
12:00:00 Lunch
12:30:00 Case Discussion 1 | Ballroom A
12:35:00 Basic Science Forum | Ballroom B
12:40:00 Managing Stress in Cancer Cells: New Druggable Pathways and Targets Cameron Osborne
12:50:00 Cancers are stressed too: exploiting cancer stress for new therapies Garth Powis
12:55:00 Molecular chaperones: Cancer dependence and druggability Paul Workman
13:45:00 Mini-Symposium 2 | Exhibit Hall D
13:55:00 Surgery Ismail Jatoi
14:00:00 Surgical considerations in early-stage breast cancer Lisa A. Newman
14:15:00 Recent U.S. trends in the local treatment of primary breast cancer Todd M. Tuttle
15:05:00 Nipple sparing mastectomy with intra operative radiotherapy Jean-Yves Petit
15:15:00 General Session 4 (S4-1-S4-9) | Exhibit Hall D
17:30:00 Poster Discussion 5 (PD5 1-11) | Ballroom A
17:45:00 Poster Discussion 6 (PD6 1-10) | Ballroom B
18:00:00 Poster Session 3 | Exhibit Halls A-B
Saturday, December 11, 2010
06:45:00 Registration | Bridge Hall
07:00:00 Poster Discussion 7 (PD7 1-10) | Ballroom A
07:30:00 Poster Discussion 8 (PD8 1-10) | Ballroom B
07:45:00 Poster Session 4 | Exhibit Halls A-B
09:00:00 Plenary Lecture 3 | Exhibit Hall D
09:10:00 The Upside of Irrationality Dan Ariely
09:30:00 General Session 5 (S5-1 - S5-7) | Exhibit Hall D
11:15:00 William L. McGuire Memorial Lecture | Exhibit Hall D
11:30:00 What Would Bill Do? Channeling Your Inner McGuire George W Sledge, Jr.
12:00:00 Lunch
12:30:00 Case Discussion 2 | Ballroom A
12:35:00 Basic Science Forum | Ballroom B
12:40:00 Stem Cells - Defying Definition? Jorge Reis-Filho
12:50:00 Stem cells and cancer, 2 faces of self renewal Michael F Clarke
13:05:00 Understanding stem cells to get abreast of breast cancer Geoffrey Lindeman
13:15:00 Panel Discussion
13:45:00 Mini-Symposium 3 | Exhibit Hall D
14:00:00 Advance in breast cancer risk assessment screening and prevention: Adapting the lessons to an underserved Latin population Jeffrey N. Weitzel
14:00:00 Breast Cancer Health Disparities Amelie G. Ramirez
14:20:00 The role of providers in breast cancer disparities Nancy L. Keating
14:45:00 African ancestry and high-risk breast cancer Lisa A. Newman
15:00:00 General Session 6 (#S6-1-S6-10) | Exhibit Hall D
17:30:00 Poster Discussion 9 (PD9 1-8) | Ballroom A
18:00:00 Poster Discussion 10 (PD10 1-10) | Ballroom B
18:30:00 Poster Session 5 | Exhibit Halls A-B
Sunday, December 12, 2010
06:45:00 Registration | Bridge Hall
07:00:00 Poster Session 6 | Exhibit Hall C
08:30:00 THE YEAR IN REVIEW | Exhibit Hall D Cameron Osborne
08:35:00 Advances in basic breast cancer research Suzanne A. W. Fuqua
08:45:00 Translational breast cancer research Mitchell Dowsett
09:00:00 Early breast cancer Aron Goldhirsch
10:00:00 Progress in advanced breast cancer Lisa A. Carey
10:30:00 Adjournment
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