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Cambridge Cancer Centre Symposium

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The Symposium has an exciting line-up of talks reflecting the interests of the members of the Cambridge Cancer Centre. The Keynote Lecture will be given by David Lane.

Welcome by Bruce Ponder

The epidermal stem cell niche
Fiona Watt (Wellcome Trust Centre for Stem Cell Research and Cancer Research UK Cambridge Research Institute)

Death and destruction in the mammary gland: the role of STAT3 and its potential as a therapeutic target
Christine Watson (Department of Pathology)

Regulation of telomere capping structure containing G-quadruplex DNA
Daniela Rhodes (MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology)

High-throughput analysis of methylation patterns for tracking cell lineages
Simon Tavaré (Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, and Cancer Research UK Cambridge Research Institute)

Patterns of somatic mutation in human cancer genomes
Mike Stratton (Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute)

Genomic archaeology of colorectal cancer: does the past reveal the future?
Andrew Wyllie (Department of Pathology)

Virtual trials of chemotherapy and radiotherapy using a mathematical model of patients with brain tumours
Neil Burnet (Department of Oncology)

Using structural biology to expedite early drug discovery in oncology
Tom Blundell (Department of Biochemistry)

Targeted drug rescue of an oncogenic p53 mutant
Alan Fersht (MRC Centre for Protein Engineering)

Optimal use of new agents in renal cell carcinoma
Tim Eisen (Department of Oncology)

David Lane (Chief Scientist, Cancer Research UK and University of Dundee)

The Symposium will be followed by a BBQ .

Posters: if you would like to submit a poster, please mention this when registering.

Registration: please e-mail admin[at] to register. If you are a researcher, and have not already done so, please also submit your profile to the Cambridge Cancer Centre database. Registration is free, but we need to know the number of delegates attending for catering purposes.

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