Third AACR Conference on The Science of Cancer Health Disparities
Loews Miami Beach Hotel
1601 Collins Avenue
Miami, Florida
 Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically

   Chairpersons to be announced

   Comprehensive Coverage of Cancer Prevention Science
   Through the AACR Cancer Prevention Journals Portal

   Prevention-related articles from AACR journals:
   � Cancer Prevention Research
   � Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention
   � Cancer Research
   � Clinical Cancer Research
   � Molecular Cancer Therapeutics
   � Molecular Cancer Research

   Additional conference content:
   � Session webcasts
   � Education Book articles

   Abstracts from AACR conferences:
   � Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research
   � AACR Annual Meeting
   � Science of Cancer Health Disparities

   For more information, contact

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, September 30, 2010
13:00:00 Educational Session 1: The Whether, How, and When of Race in Cancer Disparities Research: Three Viewpoints Timothy R. Rebbeck
13:05:00 A social and ethical perspective Vence Bonham
13:45:00 A Native American community perspective Judith S. Kaur,
14:30:00 An epidemiologist’s perspective Timothy R. Rebbeck
15:15:00 Educational Session 2: The Chronic Disease Prevention Model: It's Time to Think Strategically Elisabeth Martinez
16:15:00 Addressing physical activity and obesity in the primary prevention of cancer Antronette Yancey
19:00:00 Welcome and Keynote Arthur L. Kellermann
20:00:00 Opening Reception
Friday, October 1, 2010
07:00:00 Forum 1: How Can Science Drive Public Discourse to Impact Cancer Health Disparities? Garth Graham
07:30:00 Title to be announced Garth Graham
08:00:00 Plenary Session 1: Blending Methodologies to Optimize Cancer Disparities Research Rena J. Pasick
08:05:00 Contexts of clinical trials decision making: A multimethod approach Nancy J. Burke
08:30:00 The methods methodologies of mixed methods research Anthony Onwuegbuzie
09:00:00 Advancing racial and ethnic health disparities research through mixed-methods Sheba George
09:30:00 The imperative of mixed methods for cancer disparities research Rena J. Pasick
10:30:00 Plenary Session 2: Prostate Cancer: Disparities in the Most Common Cancer in Men William G. Nelson
10:35:00 Race/ethnicity and inherited susceptibility to prostate cancer Kathleen A. Cooney
11:00:00 Profiling of prostate tumors to identify factors that contribute to health disparities Stefan Ambs
11:30:00 Disparities in screening and primary treatment for prostate cancer Stephen J. Freedland
12:00:00 Disparities in treatment decision making watchful waiting/expectant management of indolent prostate cancer Mack Roach
14:00:00 Spotlight on Proffered Abstracts: Session 1
15:00:00 Plenary Session 3: Global Cancer Research and Training: Collaborating Internationally to Improve Health Outcomes Serigne M. Gueye
15:05:00 Overview Serigne M. Gueye
15:30:00 International clinical research–Barriers and challenges: A vision from independent and publicly funded trials Eduardo Leon Cazap
16:00:00 Title to be announced Rick Kittles
16:30:00 Title to be announced Groesbeck Parham
16:45:00 Defining standards of care and quality metrics in low-resource settings Benjamin O Anderson
17:00:00 Poster Session A
Saturday, October 2, 2010
07:00:00 Forum 2: NCI Training Session
08:00:00 Plenary Session 4: Emerging Technologies for Molecular Studies in Cancer John D Carpten
08:30:00 Metabolomic profiling of cancer progression Arun Sreekumar
09:00:00 Quantitative epigenomics for epidemiology research Jean-Pierre Issa
09:30:00 Title to be announced John D Carpten
10:00:00 Spotlight on Proffered Abstracts: Session 2
11:00:00 Poster Session B
14:00:00 Plenary Session 5: Accrual and Retention of Minority and Underserved Populations: Moving Toward the Positive Bettye L. Green, Eddie Reed
14:05:00 The relevance of clinical trials to minorities Sandra M. Underwood
14:30:00 American College of Surgeons Oncology Group and cancer health disparities in clinical trials David M. Ota
15:00:00 Clinical trials, personalized medicine, and vulnerable patient populations Christopher Lathan
15:30:00 It's time...are we ready? Looking at trial design, marketing, advocacy for enrollment and retention of minority in clinic trials Bettye L. Green
16:15:00 Plenary Session 6: Emerging Molecular Determinants of Cancer Across Populations Cheryl L Willman
17:15:00 Title to be announced Cheryl L Willman
Sunday, October 3, 2010
07:00:00 Forum 3: Comparative Effectiveness Research in Health Disparities Paul B. Jacobsen
07:30:00 Overview Paul B. Jacobsen
07:45:00 Title to be announced Deborah Schrag
08:00:00 Plenary Session 7: Breast Cancer Lisa L. Baumbach
10:30:00 Plenary Session 8: Personalizing Cancer Prevention and Therapy Alex A Adjei
11:00:00 Personalizing cancer therapy: Implications for health disparities Alex A Adjei
11:20:00 From genomics to personalized medicine in oncology Levi A Garraway
11:40:00 Race and cancer treatment outcome: Roswell Park over 50 years James R. Marshall
12:00:00 Title to be announced Patricia A. Thompson
12:30:00 Closing Remarks
12:45:00 Departure
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