All seminars are held in the Colket Translational Research Building, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Room 1200B at 4 p.m.
Questions? Contact Jennifer Rosa.
The primary purpose of the CCCR Seminar Series is to increase the knowledge base of our physicians, trainees, and staff. Because of the rapid advances that occur in a broad field such as Pediatric Oncology, we strive to bring together investigators to share important research discoveries. If you are interested in speaking or would like to nominate a speaker, please contact Jennifer Rosa.
Recent Advances in Translational Pediatric Oncology
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Colket Translational Research Building
3501 Civic Center Boulevard
Rooms 1200 A&B
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We welcome you to join us for the second Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Center for Childhood Cancer Research (CCCR) Scientific Symposium! We believe that this event represents not only the strong partnership between the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, but also that this will be a productive and outstanding day. The symposium will focus on cutting-edge research impacting the field of cancer in general, with particular relevance to the pediatric cancer problem. We look forward to hearing about not only the latest discoveries in oncology research, but we also hope to address the challenges and opportunities that the pediatric oncology community faces in the area of translational oncology.
The schedule is as follows:
|7:30am-8:30am||Registration and Continental Breakfast|
|8:30am-9:00am||Welcome and Opening Remarks|
|9:00am-9:45am||David Malkin, MD, The Hospital for Sick Children “Li-Fraumeni Syndrome: Beyond TP53”|
|9:45am-10:30am||John M. Maris, MD, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia “Recent insights into neuroblastoma initiation, progression and therapy"|
|10:45am-11:30am||Nada Jabado, MD, PhD, Montreal Children’s Hospital “Epigenetic addiction of the developing brain: a story of pediatric high-grade brain tumors”|
|11:30am-12:15pm||Margaret Foti, PhD, MD, (h.c.), AACR “The New Era of Cancer Research: Translating Discoveries into Cures”|
|1:15pm-2:00pm||George Daley, MD, PhD, Dana Farber Cancer Institute "Lin28 in Kidney Development and Wilm’s Tumor”|
|2:00pm-2:45pm||William Weiss, MD, PhD, UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center “MYCN and neuroblastoma”|
|3:00pm-3:45pm||Celeste Simon, PhD, University of Pennsylvania "Hypoxia, HIFs, and Sarcoma Progression"|
|3:45pm-4:30pm||James Downing, MD, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital “The Molecular Pathology of Pediatric Cancer: Lessons Learned from the Pediatric Cancer Genome Project”|
|4:30pm-5:00pm||Closing Remarks and Presentation of the Beverly J. Lange CCCR Service Award to Marybeth Helfrich, MT, ASCP|
Please check back for updates!
Program Organizing Committee:
Kristina Cole MD, PhD
David Teachey MD
John Maris MD