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Emerging Technologies Workshop – register now!

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)

Places are limited. To register, please contact Michael Evtushenko, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Please note that as this is a catered event, we would appreciate being notified if your attendance plans change.

 

Program:

1.55-2.00      Welcome      

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.

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