We are happy to invite you all to the CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium, December 6, 2023. This seminar series is a perfect place to meet and interact with other young scientists. We anticipate lively and interesting discussion also this time. We are looking forward to the keynote lecture by CCBIO Professor Dana Costea, who will share her story about how and why she ended up in cancer research. The program spans several exiting topics including preclinical development of new therapeutics in mantle cell lymphoma, the link between salivary gland manifestation and renal disease in Sjøgren’s Syndrome and how brain-blood derived exosomes may act as biomarkers in multiple sclerosis (MS). A novel tool for spatial analyses of the tumor microenvironment will also be presented.
Please register within December 4th at 11.00.
When: December 6, 2023, at 09.00-13.00
Where: Auditorium B302, Sentralblokka, Haukeland University Hospital 3rd floor, Bergen
Registration: on this link
Open to both junior and senior researchers as well as students. The symposium series is open, but also part of the CCBIO Research School under the code CCBIO901, and participation is eligible for ECTS.
09.15-10.00: “My Path in the World of Cancer Research” Keynote lecture by Professor Daniela Costea
10.00-10.20: Coffee break
10.20-10.45: “Preclinical development of novel therapeutics in Mantle Cell Lymphoma” by May Eriksen Gjerstad
10.45-11.10: “Sjögren’s syndrome- Assessment of salivary gland manifestations and their association with renal disease” by Hanne Borge
11.10-12:00 Lunch (free of charge, register within December 4th at 11.00)
12:00-12:25: “Brain-derived blood exosomes – a potential for new biomarkers in multiple sclerosis: Pilot study results from relapsing MS patients under anti-CD20 therapy” by Sam Anandhan
12:25-12:50: “Spatial analysis of the cancer tissue microenvironment using mass cytometry imaging technologies” Rezvan Ehsani
12:50-13:00: Concluding remarks