Multi-Disciplinary Organization Dedicated to Promoting Advances in
Neuro-Oncology Through Research and Education

British Neuro-Oncology Society Annual Meeting

Targeting Heterogeneity & Individualising Therapy"
 
Teaching Programme : Recent Advances in Neuro-Oncology
Wednesday 29th June 2011

A full day teaching programme offers an update the most recent important developments in the field, allowing attendees of all backgrounds to make the most of the annual meeting programme. Topics for the programme will include :
 
•High throughput screening Technologies
•Bioinformatics & The National Brain Tumour Registry
•Tumour Stem Cells
•Pharmacogenetics & Pre-clinical Drug Development
•Clinical Trial Design
•Advances in Imaging

BNOS 2011 Annual Meeting
Thursday 30th June & Friday 1st July
 
This year's meeting provides a mixture of scientific and clinical sessions designed to appeal to a multidisciplinary audience. The theme is targeting tumour heterogeneity both within and between individual patients, and developing strategies to tailor therapy for our brain tumour patients.
 
In a university city with an 800 year pedigree of education and research, we are proud to offer a exciting programme of nationally and internationally renowned plenary speakers, including:
 
•Future directions in the management of brain cancer - Roy Rampling
•Biological stratification of low grade glioma - Andreas von Diemling
•Improving early detection of brain tumour - David Walker
 
Visit http://www.neurooncology.org.uk/bnos2011 for registration and conference information
 
Speaker

Organizer Jenny Loughlin

When?

Wed, Jun. 29 - Fri, Jul. 1, 2011
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Where?

Homerton Conference Centre
Cambridge, UK