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PREDiCT: Tumor Models San Francisco (immuno-oncology)

January 26-28, 2021
Digital Meeting
8am-6pm PST | 11am-9pm EST

As the only industry-focused meeting dedicated to preclinical scientists and translational oncologists in the immunotherapy space, the PREDiCT Series is once again delighted to bring to you Tumor Models San Francisco 2021.

Running in a digital capacity this year, the 5th PREDiCT: Tumor Models San Francisco 2021 Summit enables you to discover the latest I/O preclinical strategies in the biopharmaceutical industry, evaluate & debate next-generation preclinical models for immuno-oncology studies and form high-quality connections to ensure cooperation and collaboration stays alive in a socially-distant world.

Offering a wide range of content-driven presentations, expert-led Q&A and discussion, interactive workshops, and the provision of networking opportunity, benchmark against your fellow colleagues to advance your I/O candidates towards the clinic.

Pre-conference workshop speakers include our own Israt Alam, Aimen Zlitni, Jason Thanh Lee.

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Past Events

Megastars in Molecular Imaging

November 9 and 10, 2020
Virtual Meeting
5:30am-9:30am PT

This two-day seminar series brings together the brightest minds in molecular imaging to discuss their latest research. Each talk will last 30 min with a full 15 min dedicated for Q&A, related both to their science and their career. So bring that question you've always wanted to ask!

Our very own Israt Alam and Michelle James will highlight immunoPET imaging of T cell activation and on the immune system to detect and treat brain diseases, respectively.

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World Molecular Imaging Congress, WMIC - Virtual 2020 (FREE)

October 7-9, 2020

This year the WMIS has focused on bridging the core disciplines of Molecular Imaging and Biology. The outcome is a cutting-edge program that merges early discovery with clinical translation. You will hear from scientific programs around the world as they showcase how their programs are pushing the boundaries of science to advance new discoveries in healthcare in the following categories: 

  • • Neuroscience
  • • Cardiovascular and Pulmonary
  • • Oncology
  • • New Chemistry and Biology and Bioengineering
  • • Computational Data Science
  • • Systemic Disease
  • • Immunology, Inflammation & Infection
  • • Instrumentation

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Early Detection of Cancer Conference

October 6-8, 2020

Cancer Research UK, the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and Canary Center at Stanford, present the Early Detection of Cancer Conference series. The annual Conference brings together experts in early detection from multiple disciplines to share ground breaking research and progress in the field.

The Conference is part of a long-term commitment to invest in early detection research, to understand the biology behind early stage cancers, find new detection and screening methods and enhance uptake and accuracy of screening.

After careful consideration, the organizers of the conference have made the decision to convert the Early Detection of Cancer Conference 2020 to a virtual conference, instead of the scheduled in-person conference on October 6-8 in London, UK.

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