2:00 pm – Dr Gehad Youssef, QMUL. ‘Identifying cancer stem cells in patient specimens through high-content imaging - biological insights and prognostic potential.’
2:25 pm – Dr Eirini Velliou, University of Surrey. ‘Engineering a novel versatile tool for pancreatic cancer (re-)modelling.’
3:05 pm – break for tea and coffee in the Perrin foyer.
3:30 pm - Dr Jason Otterstrom, IDEA Bio-Medical. ‘HERMES – High content imaging & analysis for 3D models and more.’
3:55 pm – Ms Abigail Coetzee, QMUL. ‘Organotypic co-culture models to study the role of FGFR cross-talk in PDAC invasion’
4:20 pm – Prof Maddy Parsons, KCL. ‘Imaging cancer cell cytoskeletal dynamics in 2D and 3D models’
Followed by drinks in the Old Library, Garrod Building, from 5:00 – 6:00 pm.
Free to attend. No registration required.
Directions: http://www.qmul.ac.uk/docs/about/27062.pdf The Blizard Institute is number 6 on the map and the Perrin lecture theatre is on the right hand side of the mews area as you approach from Whitechapel station, through the green doors behind the main reception desk.
Contact: Adrian Biddle - firstname.lastname@example.org