Frontiers in Tumour Progression
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Schedule of Presentations:

Sunday, October 24, 2010
18:00:00 Welcome Address and Keynote Lectures Michael Karin, Joan Massagué
21:00:00 Welcome Reception
Monday, October 25, 2010
08:55:00 Session 1 : Genetics, Mouse Models and Mechanisms
09:00:00 Short Talk Tyler Jacks
10:35:00 Coffee Break
11:05:00 Two Short Talks Michael R STRATTON, Kent W. Hunter
13:00:00 Lunch
14:25:00 Session 2 : The Metastatic Cancer Cell
14:30:00 Two Short Talks Hartmut Beug, Jacqueline F. Bromberg
16:20:00 Coffee Break
16:50:00 Three Short Talks Erik Sahai, Stefano Piccolo, Zena Werb
19:00:00 Poster Session with Wine and Cheese
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
08:55:00 Session 3 : Inflammatory Modulators
09:00:00 Short Talk Lisa M. Coussens, Makoto Mark Taketo
10:35:00 Coffee Break
11:05:00 Two Short Talks Johanna A Joyce, Shahin Rafii
13:00:00 Lunch
14:25:00 Session 4 : Mechanism-based Anti-metastatic Therapies
14:30:00 Short Talk Theresa Guise, Frederic J. de Sauvage, Lee M Ellis
16:45:00 Coffee Break
17:15:00 Roundtable Discussion: Open Questions and Therapeutic Opportunities
18:30:00 Poster Session with Wine and Cheese
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
08:55:00 Session 5 : Angiogenesis and anti-angiogenic Therapy
09:00:00 Short Talk Kari Alitalo, Peter Carmeliet
10:35:00 Coffee Break
11:05:00 Three Short Talks Donald McDonald, Robert S. Kerbel, Douglas Hanahan
13:05:00 Lunch
14:30:00 Close of Symposium
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