New Directions In Immuno-Oncology
Bush House
Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
London, United Kingdom
New Directions In Immuno-Oncology
KHP and Birmingham Cancer Research UK Centres as well as ECMC
Bush House 
Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
United Kingdom

Schedule of Presentations:

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
08:30:00 Registration and coffee
09:30:00 Welcome and introductions
09:30:00 Chairs: James Spicer, Sophia Karagiannis
09:45:00 Introduction
10:00:00 The future of immune cell therapies Sophie Papa
10:30:00 Expanding the repertoire of cancer immunotherapy targets by use of non-tolerised donors Johanna Olweus
11:00:00 Coffee and networking
11:30:00 Viral vectors for gene therapy of cancer Farzin Farzaneh
11:30:00 Chairs: Daniel Palmer, Juanita Lopez
12:00:00 New T-cell targets Sergio Quezada
12:30:00 Key determinants of Antibody immunotherapy Margaret Hall-Craggs
13:00:00 Lunch and poster presentation
14:00:00 Chairs: Bristi Basu, Stefan Symeonides
14:00:00 Myeloid derived suppression Carmela De Santo
14:30:00 Macrophages: Bad Actors in Cancer Jeffrey W Pollard
15:00:00 γδ T cells in cancer therapy Ben Wilcox
15:30:00 Coffee and networking
16:00:00 Metabolic underpinnings of trained NK cell function Christoph Hess
16:00:00 Chairs: Deb Joseph-Pietras, Fiona Thomson
16:30:00 The heterogeneity of Tregs in cancer – opportunity or liability? Shahram Kordasti
17:00:00 Learning in vivo: how data science and cytomics are connecting cell biology and cancer Jonathan Irish
18:00:00 Reception and poster presentation
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
06:00:00 Microbiome and cancer JENNIFER WARGO
06:00:00 New Presentation
08:00:00 Registration and coffee
08:30:00 Chairs: Peter Parker Peter Parker
08:30:00 Julie Brahmer, Keynote speaker Julie Brahmer
09:00:00 Chairs: Anita Grigoriadis, Ben Willcox
09:00:00 Adaptive mutability of cancers in response to targeted therapies Alberto Bardelli
09:25:00 Clonal evolution in cancer and clinical utility Joop Jansen
09:50:00 Genomics and patient stratification Andrew D Beggs
10:15:00 Neoantigen prediction in the clinic
10:40:00 Complement and cancer related inflammation
11:05:00 Coffee and networking
11:20:00 Lymphoid stress surveillance: a window on troubling immunological ignorance Adrian C. Hayday
11:30:00 Chairs: Claire Shannon, Shahram Kordasti
11:50:00 Building prognostic and predictive models for human cancer using big data Ash A. Alizadeh
12:15:00 The clinical immunome in solid cancers Jerome Galon
12:40:00 The clinical immunome in haematological malignancies Nichola Cooper
13:05:00 Lunch and poster presentation
14:00:00 Chairs: James Arnold, Sheeba Irshad
14:25:00 Which microbiome signature(s) and how? Saeed Shoaie
14:50:00 Epigenome and T-cell fate Ben Afzali
15:15:00 Selected Abstract: CSF1R+ Macrophages Sustain Pancreatic Tumor Growth through T Cell Suppression and Maintenance of Key Gene Programs that Define the Squamous Subtype
15:30:00 Coffee and networking
16:00:00 Chairs: Tony Ng, Adrian Hayday
16:00:00 Intracellular innate immunity and response to immunotherapy Eileen Parkes
16:25:00 Molecular imaging of the tumour metropolis Josephine Bunch
16:50:00 Selected Abstract: The antimicrobial peptide LL-37 generates dendritic cells optimised for immunotherapy
17:05:00 Selected Abstract: Profiling the normal colonic mucosa in synchronous colorectal cancer by Imaging Mass Cytometry
17:25:00 Debate: Allogeneic CAR-T products will largely replace autologous cells within 5 years; Arguments for and against. Paul Moss
18:00:00 Reception and poster presentation
19:30:00 Speakers' dinner reception
Thursday, September 12, 2019
06:00:00 New Presentation
06:00:00 New Presentation
06:00:00 New Presentation
06:00:00 New Presentation
08:00:00 Registration and coffee
08:50:00 Working with big data; challenges and rewards Ton Coolen
08:50:00 Chairs: Trevor Graham (Bart’s), Johnathan Irish Trevor Graham
09:20:00 Big data in time and space Francesca Ciccarelli
09:45:00 Combining clinical and laboratory data to identify patient populations Duncan Murray
10:05:00 Prediction models based on big data Benjamin Vincent
10:30:00 Debate: Do I still need my microscope? Arjan Van de Loosdrecht
11:00:00 Coffee and networking
11:30:00 Chairs: Francesco Dazzi, Mieke van Hemelrijck
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