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Programme Seminars

Held every 3-4 months, showcasing the brain tumour research happening in Cambridge. All Neuro-oncology Programme seminars are available as a list on the University of Cambridge's website

July 2020 Date TBC Speakers TBC Venue TBC
October 2020 Date TBC Speakers TBC Venue TBC

Past Events

April 2020 Wed 1st April 2020, 9-9.30am  Children's Brain Tumour Centre of Excellence (CBTCE) Breakfast Meeting - co-hosted by the Paediatric Cancer and Neuro-oncology Programmes at CRUK Cambridge Centre

Join Prof Richard Gilbertson over breakfast to discuss the newly launched CBTCE and discuss how this Centre will be tackling children’s brain tumours.

January 2020 Tues 21st Jan 2020, 4-5pm Neuro-oncology Programme Seminar

George Malliaras | EPSRC IRC in Targeted Delivery for Hard-to-Treat Cancers

Chao Li | Characterising Heterogeneity of Glioblastoma using Multi-parametric Magnetic Resonance Imaging

LT2, Clinical School, Cambridge Biomedical Campus
October 2019 Wed 9th Oct 2019, 4-5pm Neuro-oncology Programme Seminar

Rohit Sinha | Applying Cognitive Neuroscience methods in Cancer

Ana Rossi | Mechanisms linking hypoxia, type 2 IP3 receptors and invasiveness in glioma cells

Neurosciences Seminar Room, B Spur, Cambridge Biomedical Campus
June 2019 Wed 26th June 2019, 4-5pm Neuro-oncology Programme Seminar

Raj Jena | The edge of the cloud - machine learning and mapping glioma on MR imaging

Harry Bulstrode | Targeting Glioma Stem Cells using Zika Virus

LT2, Clinical School, Cambridge Biomedical Campus
April 2019 11-12 April 2019 Neuroblastoma UK 5th Research Symposium

Organised by Neuroblastoma UK and co-hosted by Prof Anna Philpott (Dept Oncology, University of Cambridge). One and a half days of international speakers, poster presentations and discussion on the latest in neuroblastoma research. Sponsors: The CRUK CC Paediatric Cancer Programme, the CRUK CC Neuro-oncology Programme, EUSAPharma and ErgoMed.

Perse School, Cambridge

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