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CSH Asia / ICMS Joint Conference on Tumor Microenvironment

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CSH Asia / ICMS (The International Cancer Microenvironment Society)Joint Conference on
Tumor Microenvironment

Suzhou Dushu Lake Conference Center
November 13 - 17, 2012

Organized by:
Frances Balkwill, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Wolf Fridman, Cordeliers Research Centre, France
Luyuan Li, Nankai University School of Pharmaceutical Science, China
Abraham Raz, Wayne state University, USA
Eiichi Tahara, Hiroshima Cancer Seminar Foundation, Japan
Isaac Witz, Tel Aviv University,Israel
President, ICMS and Chair, Program Committee
Major Topics:
   • Regulatory pathways (metabolic pathways, microRNAs, etc.) in the tumor microenvironment
   • Metastasis & the metastatic microenvironment
   • Protective immunity & inflammation in the tumor microenvironment
   • Imaging of the tumor microenvironment
   • Pre-metastatic niches and stem cells
   • Interactions of tumor cells with cells (endothelial cells, immunocytes, fibroblasts, etc.) & molecules (antibodies, cytokines, chemokines, enzymes, etc.), in the tumor microenvironment
   • Translational cancer research 鈥 clinical & preclinical studies:
      - Targeting of tumor microenvironment interactions
      - Biomarkers & molecular signatures
      - Modifying the tumor microenvironment
Invited Speakers:
Adriana Albini,PST 鈥 Multi Medica, ITALY
Abstract title:Cancer prevention by targeting angiogenesis and the tumor microenvironment
Heike Allgayer,University of Heidelberg, Germany
Abstract title:Defining key functions of microRNAs in several processes of the metastatic cascade
Roni Apte, Ben Gurion University,Faculty of Health Sciences, ISRAEL
Abstract title:TBA
Frances Balkwill, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Abstract title:Targeting the peritoneal tumor microenvironment of high grade serous ovarian cancer
Menashe Bar-Eli, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, USA
Abstract title:Driving Genes in Melanoma Metastasis: The Role of the Tumor Microenvironment
Adit Ben-Baruch, Tel Aviv University, ISRAEL
Abstract title:Regulation of pro-angiogenic switch and cell-remodeling by the inflammatory microenvironment in breast cancer
Subhra Biswas, A*STAR, Singapore Immunology Network, SINGAPORE
Abstract title:TBA
Xuetao Cao, Chinese Academy of Medcial Sciences, CHINA
Abstract title:TBA
Carlo Croce, Ohio State University, USA
Abstract title:"MicroRNAs can function as ligands for TLR and regulate the interactions between cancer cells and their microenviroment"
Neta Erez,Tel Aviv University, ISRAEL
Abstract title:Pro-inflammatory Signaling by Cancer-Associated Fibroblasts Co-evolves Along Defined Tumor Stages of Mammary Carcinogenesis.
Wolf Fridman, Cordeliers Research Centre, FRANCE
Abstract title:Shaping the immune microenvironment: soil or seed?
Robert Gallo, University of Maryland, USA
Abstract title:Human Tumor Viruses: Old Foes and New Challenges
Jerome Galon, INSERM U872, Cordeliers Research Center, FRANCE
Abstract title:TBA
Bernd Groner, Georg Speyer Haus, Germany
Abstract title:Reciprocal interactions between stromal and epithelial cells regulate the ductal outgrowth during glandular development and the invasive potential of metastasizing mammary tumor cells.
Theresa Guise, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA
Abstract title:Muscle dysfunction associated with bone metastases: role of ryanodine receptor remodeling
Raghu Kalluri, Harvard Medical School/BIDMC, USA
Abstract title:TBA
Yutaka Kawakami, Keio University School of Medicine, JAPAN
Abstract title:Mechanisms for cancer induced immunosuppression in tumor associated microenvironments and their reversal by targeting altered signaling pathways in cancer cells and immune cells
Yona Keisari,Tel Aviv University, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, ISRAEL
Abstract title:Ablation of solid tumors by intratumoral pulsed electric currents or alpha radiation activates anti-tumor immune responses that can target residual disease
Peter Krammer, German Cancer Research Center, Germany
Abstract title:Regulation of the immune response by Annexin I
Luyuan Li, Nankai University School of Pharmaceutical Science, CHINA
Abstract title:TNFSF15 Modulates Angiogenesis and Inflammation
Yongzhang Luo, Tsinghua University, China
Abstract title:"The CXCL12 (SDF-1a)/CXCR4 axis regulates both tumor angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis"
Alberto Mantovani, Istituto Clinico Humanitas IRCCS, ITALY
Abstract title:TBA
Senthil Muthuswamy, University of Toronto, CANADA
Abstract title:Loss of cell polarity and metastasis: Synergy with oncogenes or the microenvironment.
Takahiro Ochiya, National Cancer Center, Research Institute, JAPAN
Abstract title:Exosome as a novel regulator of tumor-microenvironment
Morag Park, McGill University Cancer Center, CANADA
Abstract title:TBA
Jacques Pouyssegur, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, FRANCE
Abstract title:Genetic disruption of CD147/ Basigin, a subunit of lactate-H+/symporters (MCTs), Sensitizes Glycolytic Tumour cells to Phenformin.
Avraham Raz, Wayne state University, USA
Abstract title:On the role of autocrine motility factor-a tumor secreted cytokine in cancer progression and metastasis.
Michael Shurin, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, USA
Abstract title:Environmental regulation of the tumor microenvironment
Baocun Sun, Cancer Hospital of Tianjin Medical University, China
Abstract title:Study on Vasculogenic Mimicry and Its Molecular Mechanism
Hidetoshi Tahara, Hiroshima University, Japan
Abstract title:Senescence associated microRNAs and exosomes coordinately regulate cellular senescence and tumor microenvironment
Yuquan Wei, West China Hospital / Sichuan University, CHINA
Abstract title:Proteomics Analysis of Tumor Microenvironment: Implications of Metabolic and Oxidative Stresses in Tumorigenesis
Isaac Witz,Tel Aviv University, ISRAEL
Abstract title:TBA
Eitan Yefenof, Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, ISRAEL
Abstract title:Steroid induced death of hemopoietic cancer cells: an interplay between protein kinases and micro RNAs

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