From June 13th to June 14th 2019, the Georg-Speyer-Haus will host the Symposium
Novel Concepts in Niche-directed Cancer Therapies,
Find the detailed programme under the following link:
Programme EKFS Symposium.
The meeting will bring together a stimulating panel of senior and junior scientists to discuss the hot topic of the tumor microenvironment in cancer and its exploitation as a potential source of novel therapeutic targets.
This year’s symposium features two keynote lectures by Carla Rothlin (Yale University, USA) and Florent Ginhoux (A*STAR, Singapore) as well as a one hour “Get together session” which will be primarily dedicated for PhDs and Postdocs to meet the speakers in a relaxed atmosphere in our forum.
Attendance to the symposium is free, however, we kindly ask you to register in order to help us organise the event (mail to firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please specify if you wish to attend the “Get together event”.
We are looking forward to welcoming all of you to this exciting event.