PREDiCT: Tumour Models London 2020 (**FREE Passes Available)

Start Date : December 1, 2020
End Date : December 3, 2020
Time : 8:00 am to4:00 pm

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Advancing In-vivo and emerging 3D/ex-vivo platforms, for comprehensive study of efficacy, safety, and immune response.


This year, the PREDiCT: 9th Tumour Models London will unite Preclinical and Translational Oncology Scientists to fast-track oncology therapeutics into clinic through enhanced model platforms and selection strategy. In recent times, we have seen the uptake of new preclinical models that boost our understanding of immuno-oncology therapies, as well as emerging 3D platforms for more comprehensive study of target validation and immune response. Reflecting these developments, our 2020 Case Studies Include:


- Roche discusses what we need for next gen model to enhance predictability and targeting?


- Genmab shares compares Humanized Models for the Study of T-Cell Engaging Bispecifics in Vivo


- GSK improves the safety predictability of IO modalities with Organ On Chip (OoC) models


- Dana Faber Cancer institute reveals RNA-sequencing analysis of immunotherapy response in organotypic tumor spheroids


- Institute of Cancer Research shares the Imaging of PD-L1 in head and neck cancer in response to oncolytic virotherapy


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Speakers: Danilo Maddalo Head of Laboratory Roche, Nicola Ferrari Research Associate, Translational R and D Astex Pharmaceuticals, Pelin Candarlioglu Investigator, Complex In Vitro Models GSK, Frank Schwobel Associate Director, Preclinical Pharmacology and Toxicology Immatics, Gabriela Kramer- Marek Team Leader, Preclinical Molecular Imaging Institute of Cancer Research, Peter Boross Associate Director Genmab

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