Biotech China 2014
SAN ANTONIO BREAST CANCER SYMPOSIUM
UT Health Science Center
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, MC 8224 San Antonio
San Antonio, TX
http://www.sabcs.org/ProgramSchedule/index.asp

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, December 11, 2008
08:30:00 Opening Remarks
08:45:00 Endocrine therapy combined with signal transduction inhibitors – a means to overcome resistance? Plenary Lecture 1 Stephen Johnston
09:15:00 General Session 1 (#11-19)
11:30:00 Cure-AACR Outstanding Investigator Award for Breast Cancer Research
12:00:00 Lunch
12:30:00 Career Survival Forum: A Networking Session for Young Investigators
13:30:00 Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction Strategie Mini-Symposium 1
13:30:00 Introduction
13:40:00 Risk assessment and risk reduction strategies: Overview Lynn C Hartmann
14:00:00 Trends in the use of prophylactic surgery Todd M. Tuttle
14:20:00 Diagnosis and prevention of breast cancer in women at high risk William C. Wood
14:40:00 Communicating with the patients and the risk of cancer risk predictions Joann G. Elmore
15:00:00 General Session 2 (#21-25)
16:15:00 Cure Brinker Awards for Scientific Distinction Lectures
17:30:00 Poster Session 1 (#1001-1165)
17:30:00 Poster Discussion 1 (#101-108)
17:30:00 Poster Discussion 2 (#201-207)
19:30:00 Brinker Awards for Scientific Distinction Reception and Dinner
Friday, December 12, 2008
07:00:00 Poster Discussion 4 (#401-407)
07:00:00 Poster Discussion 3 (#301-307)
07:00:00 Poster Session 2 (#2001-2161)
09:00:00 Detection, clinical relevance and specific biological properties of disseminating cancer cells in breast cancer patients Klaus Pantel
09:30:00 General Session 3 (#31-37)
11:15:00 What is Cancer? How Modern Molecular Science is Challenging Traditional Views William L. McGuire Memorial Lecture Larry Norton
12:00:00 Breast Cancer Stem Cells: To believe or not to believe? Basic Science Panel Discussions Max S Wicha
12:00:00 Lunch
12:30:00 Breast cancer stem cells: in search of definitions, markers, and clinical relevance Kornelia Polyak
12:30:00 Case Discussion 1
14:00:00 Molecular Profiling for Guiding Therapeutic Decisions Mini-Symposium 2
14:00:00 RNA Laura van ‘ t Veer
14:00:00 Introduction
14:30:00 Systems approach to personalized molecular medicine Gordon Mills
15:00:00 Recent developments in genetic susceptibility to breast cancer Doug Easton
15:30:00 General Session 4 (#41-45)
17:00:00 Poster Discussion 6 (#601-607)
17:00:00 Poster Discussion 5 (#501-507)
17:00:00 Poster Session 3 (#3001-3160)
Saturday, December 13, 2008
07:00:00 Poster Session 4 (#4001-4162)
07:00:00 Poster Discussion 7 (#701-708)
09:00:00 What is the role of MRI in the newly diagnosed breast cancer patient? Plenary Lecture 3 Monica Morrow
09:30:00 Symptom management in breast cancer survivors Plenary Lecture 5 Charles Loprinzi
10:00:00 General Session 5 (#51-58)
11:30:00 Deconstructing Metastasis AACR Distinguished Lectureship in Breast Cancer Research Joan Massagué
12:00:00 Lunch
12:30:00 Changes in the tumor microenvironment: genetic or epigenetic?
12:30:00 Genetic changes in the stroma – yes or no? Basic Science Panel Discussions
12:30:00 Case Discussion 2
12:30:00 TBA Charlotte Kuperwasser
14:00:00 Introduction
14:00:00 New Data on Imaging Mini-Symposium 3
14:05:00 Overview of modalities and PET imaging David A. Mankoff
14:25:00 Breast ultrasound Wendie A. Berg
14:45:00 Breast MRI Mitchell Schnall
15:05:00 Dynamic molecular imaging of signal transduction pathways in vivo David R. Piwnica-Worms
15:30:00 General Session 6 (#61-66)
17:00:00 Poster Discussion 8 (#801-807)
17:00:00 Poster Session 5 (#5001-5158)
Sunday, December 14, 2008
07:00:00 Poster Session 6 (#6001-6153)
07:00:00 Poster Discussion 9 (#901-907)
09:00:00 General Session 7 (#71-82)
12:00:00 Adjournment
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