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Immuno-Oncology: Exploring Advances in Developing Cancer Immunotherapies (Europe)

About this webinar

There are huge expectations for cancer immunotherapies and their potential to manipulate the patient’s own immune system in order to fight tumour cells and treat the disease. Whilst much progress has been made in this area, there have also been set-backs and the price, hope and hype associated with cancer immunotherapy places a lot of pressure on clinicians. This session will explore new approaches for  optimising response and minimising resistance to cancer immunotherapies. 

  • Assessing the type of cancer to which immunotherapy will be most beneficial and implementing it in a personalised approach:
  • developing different therapies for different patients and cancers
  • determining likely time-scales for regulatory guidance for actively personalised immunotherapies
  • Exploring the evolution and development of CAR-T cells for effective immunotherapy and precision oncology: 
  • identifying novel targets for CAR-T cells
  • increasing their effectiveness for solid tumours
  • Examining the potential of neoantigens for cancer immunotherapy

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    Prof Ann Ager . Theme Lead for Inflammation, Division of Infection and Immunity, @ Cardiff University

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    Prof Magnus Essand . Professor, Clinical Immunology @ Uppsala University

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    Prof Mark Lawler . Assoc Pro-Vice-Chancellor & Prof. of Digital Health, Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Science @ Queen's University Belfast

    Mark is an internationally renowned scientist with over 200 papers including key publications in the highest impact journals (New Engl J Medicine, Lancet, Nature Medicine, Lancet Oncology). His work has been recognised by numerous national/international awards including the Prestigious European H...

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    Prof Kjetil Taskén . Head and Director, Group Leader, Dept. Cancer Immunology & Professor, Institute of Clinical Medicine @ Institute for Cancer Research - Norwegian Radium Hospital, Oslo University Hospital & Uni of Oslo

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