Global Cancer Summit-2015

Global Cancer Summit-2015

 

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About The Event

The idea behind the “Global Cancer Summit-2015” is to integrate the knowledge of cancer researchers with the knowledge of clinicians and oncologists to understand, brainstorm, and comprehend the disease. The conference would provide a good range of topics, e.g. prevention, early diagnosis, economics of cancer, for clinicians, researchers, and people related to the medical field.The conference provides an important forum to secure a coordinated, multileveled global response to address the spiraling cancer epidemic.

The “Global Cancer Summit-2015” is a unique forum that brings together researchers and clinicians for a three-day program that is dedicated to increasing knowledge, stimulating research, and promoting prevention and treatment of cancer through nutrition, physical activity, and weight management. The deep sense of responsibility toward the health care community enables the summit organizers to give a good platform for the exchange of experience on cancers and to outline the actual status of the problems relating to the different types of cancers, with discussion of the prospects in the context of the most recent international trends and initiatives for the treatment.

The “Global Cancer Summit-2015” would also discuss basic cancer research,which has been inspired by the study of genes and the processes altered in human cancers by utilizing model systems ranging from yeast to mammals and patient-derived tissue.

Over the years, researchers interested in these issues have created subfields of research that are extremely diverse. The Global Cancer Summit-2015 will provide a stellar broad-based venue for presenting the best in basic cancer research. The meeting will provide a forum for discussion and interaction that will stimulate the cross-disciplinary transfer of information, and thereby motivate and strengthen collaborative efforts.

 

Session 1: Cancer- Basic and Applied Research

• Molecular and Cellular Oncology
• Cancer Genomics and Systems Biology
• Tumor microenvironment/tumor immunology and immune therapy
• Cancer stem cells
• Metabolic complexity of signal transduction
• Case study

Session 2: Cancer Diagnostics and Therapy




• Cancer screening and early detection and prevention
• Molecular diagnostics
• Personalized genomics and clinical biomarkers
• Digital cancer pathology and imaging
• Chemotherapy and biological therapeutics
• Innovational combinational therapies

Session 3: Anti-Cancer Drug Discovery

• Functional genomics in drug discovery and development
• Therapeutic antibodies and cancer vaccines
• Novel drug delivery system and cancer drug designing
• Nanotechnology in cancer drugs
• Anticancer drugs in global market: Economy and their cost effectiveness
• Cancer clinical trails
• Regulatory issues in cancer research
• Ethical issues in clinical trials for cancer drugs

Session 4: Clinical Oncology

• Head and neck cancers
• Lung cancers
• Gastrointestinal cancers
• Gynecologic and breast cancers
• Hematologic cancers
• Robotics in oncological surgery
• Translational approach in cancer treatment
• Oncology and Palliative care