KCA is pleased to be hosting a free workshop for cancer researchers on Friday 9 December.
Emerging Technologies Workshop
Friday 9 December, 2pm – 5pm (with refreshments to follow)
Case Study Lecture Theatre 1050, Abercrombie Business School, University of Sydney
(please see venue and parking information below Program)
Please note that as this is a catered event, we would appreciate being notified if your attendance plans change.
2.00-2.20 A/Prof Alex Swarbrick (Garvan Institute / Kinghorn Cancer Centre)
Single cell analysis
2.20-2.40 A/Prof Lachlan Coin (The University of Queensland)
Bioinformatics tools for detecting CNVs in low-cellularity tumours
2.40-3.00 Prof Roger Reddel (Children’s Medical Research Institute)
Proteomics facility at CMRI
3.00-3.20 Dr Lynne Turnbull (University of Technology Sydney)
Live imaging in super resolution
3.20-3.40 Dr Jenny Wang (Children’s Cancer Institute)
Identification of novel mechanisms for self-renewal and drug resistance of malignant stem cells
3.40-4.00 Afternoon tea
4.00-4.20 Dr Marina Pajic (Garvan Institute / Kinghorn Cancer Centre
Patient derived xenografts and personalised medicine
4.20-4.40 Prof Neil Watkins (Garvan Institute / Kinghorn Cancer Centre)
siRNA screens for genes conferring chemotherapy drug resistance
4.40-5.00 Dr Belinda Kramer (Kids Research Institute)
Developing CAR T cells to target paediatric solid tumours
5.00-6.00 Drinks and canapés
Directions - ABS Case Study Lecture Theatre 1050
Parking - Parking at the University can be limited and expensive. Please give yourself plenty of time to find parking, or consider using public transport.
Public Transport – the venue is a 10-minute walk from Redfern Railway Station, and there are buses from Central Station.