Scientific Program

Scientific Program

The scientific program can be downloaded here.
 
The scientific program includes plenary lectures, oral presentations and poster presentations. During the registration procedure participants can indicate whether they want to present a poster or whether they apply for an oral presentation.
Therefore, the schedule with the list of poster presentations, the plenary lectures and the oral presentation is available after the deadline for registration in spring only.
 
As a special feature a lunchtime seminar on "Open Science and Your Research" will be offered on May 23, 2019 form 12:00 - 13:30, i.e. before the start of the meeting. More information.....
 
The size of the posters is 1 - 1.20 m height and 1 m width. Larger formats cannot be accommodated on the boards. The poster will hang during the entire meeting. Posters are not subject to a selection procedure. All posters in the range of the topic and in accordance with the rules for good scientific practice are accepted.
 
Plenary Speakers
Suzanne J. Baker
Developmental Neurobiology Room D2006C
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis TN 38105-3678, USA
“Pediatric High-Grade Gliomas: Cancer at the Crossroads of Development and Epigenetics”
Priscilla K. Brastianos
Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit St
Boston MA O2114, USA
“Genomic Evolution of Brain Metastases: Implications for Precision Medicine”
Peter Dirks
Hospital for sick children
686 Bay St.
Toronto ON M5GoA4, Canada
"Human Brain Tumours: Persistence and Corruption of Developmental Stem Hierarchies"
Ulrich Schüller
Institut für Neuropathologie
Martinistr. 52
20251 Hamburg, Germany
“Insights from Modeling Pediatric Brain Tumors in Mice”
Joan Seoane
Vall d'Hebron Institut d'Oncologia
Translational Research

Natzaret 115-117
Barcelona O8035, Spain
“Liquid Biopsies in Brain Cancer”
Massimo Squatrito
Centro Nacional de Inversitgaciones Oncologicas (CNIO)
C/ Melchor Fernández Almagro, 3
Madrid 28029, Spain
“Overcoming Chemotherapy Resistance in Gliomas”
Mario L. Suvà
Massachusetts General Hospital, Cancer Center
149 13th street-6010
Charlestown MA 02129. USA
"Dissecting Human Gliomas by Single-Cell Genomics"
Roel Verhaak
The Jackson Laboratory
10 Discovery Drive
Farmington CT 06032, USA
“The Life History of Adult Glioma”

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