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Rational Combination Therapies in Cancer Chairperson: Gordon B. Mills, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX AACR Annual Meetings April, 2013
Overcoming challenges to targeting the PI3K pathway in cancer Targeting P13K / mTOR Signaling in Cancer February, 2011
Session 2 | PI3K Pathway Aberrations in Human Cancer Targeting P13K / mTOR Signaling in Cancer February, 2011
PI 3-Kinases (X2) | A Systems Biology Approach to Monitor the PI3K Pathway Inositide Signaling in Pharmacology and Disease (X1) February, 2011
PI 3-Kinases (X2) | Workshop 1: Monitoring Phosphoinositide Activation in Signaling and Disease Inositide Signaling in Pharmacology and Disease (X1) February, 2011
Introductory Remarks Fourth AACR International Conference on Molecular Diagnostics in Cancer Therapeutic Development September, 2010
Systems Approach to Biomarker Identification TRACK 4: Bridging Silos in Biomarker Development : Third Annual Biomarker Data Analysis September, 2009
Systems approach to personalized molecular medicine SAN ANTONIO BREAST CANCER SYMPOSIUM December, 2008
TRACK 1 : USE OF IMAGING TO DETERMINE EFFICACY DIA's 6th Canadian Annual Meeting: Benefit and Risk Management: An Evolution in Progress November, 2008
High-Throughput Functional Proteomics Facilitates a Systems Biology Approach to Personalized Medicine Biomarker Data Analysis September, 2008
Multiplex Biomarkers and System Response Profiles Biomarker Discovery, Validation and Applications February, 2008
Key note Lecture - A systems biology approach to drug development and implementation Cell Signalling and Novel Cancer Therapeutics November, 2007

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