The 2016 Cancer Research Nottingham (CRN) Symposium program featured industrial, medical and scientific sessions of interest to all members of the Cancer Research Priority Area at University of Nottingham. Once again, this year CRN symposium program proved to be so successful and undoubtedly, provided a friendly meeting where our delegates and invited speakers have a chance to interact on both a scientific and social basis.
This year the organizers have invited a number of distinguished external speakers, including;
- Prof Lorraine Gudas from the Weill Cornell Medical College, USA
- Prof Jenny Persson, Lund University, Sweden
- Prof Peter Parker, Integrated Cancer Centre, Kings College London, UK
- Prof Richard Bayliss, University of Leeds, UK
- Prof Val Brunton, the Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre, UK
- Dr Catherine Cowell, Cancer Research UK (CR-UK) Funding Manager.
The sessions were also designed to introduce some of the latest cancer research activities including Cancer Biology & Genetics, Cancer immunology, Radiation oncology, Drug discovery, delivery and development, Molecular pathology and Haemato-oncology in Nottingham by Poulam Patel, Beth Coyle, Andreas Theotokis, Victoria James, Alan McIntyre, Uwe Vinkemeier, Ian Spendlove, Abdol Nateri and David Bates.
The organisers would like to take this opportunity to thank all; speakers and audience for a lively participation and passionate discussion. Special thanks to session Chairs (Nigel Mongan, Srinivasan Madhusudan, Lindy Durrant and Stewart Martin) and also the two speakers for short oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts (Mohannad E Qazzaz and Ola H Negm).
CRN would like to thank EACR, 2B Scientific, Fisher Scientific, Greiner Bio-One, Bio Tek UK and New England Biolabs for supporting the event, with additional support from the Division of Cancer and Stem Cells and the Nottingham Cancer RPA also much appreciated.
We extend our gratitude to Jane Doughty, Bev Bramley, Loretta Waddon and Robert Pineda for providing excellent support in organising the event.
Given the success of this event, we are already looking forward to CRN Symposium 2017 and we welcome your input.
Please contact Abdol Nateri, Alan McIntyre and David Bates (Bev Bramley) if would like to get involved.