Grants for Cancer Metabolism conference

Dr. Michael Lisanti and Dr. Federica Sotgia are pleased to offer a fantastic opportunity to attend the forthcoming Cancer Metabolism and the Tumour Microenvironment: Importance of Inflammation and Stromal Cells conference.

Fusion Conferences have 4 x £750 grants available to attend the conference, to be used against the registration fee only.

Join Drs Lisanti and Sotgia to discuss recent developments and new areas of cross-fertilization in cancer metabolism and stromal cell biology.

The main topics will include:

  • Tumour microenvironment metabolic pathways and tumour progression
  • Metabolism of circulating tumour cells and cancer stem cells
  • Inflammation and cancer initiation
  • Immune microenvironment and tumour progression
  • Targeting metabolism for cancer therapy

Michael Lisanti, Professor and Chair of Translational Medicine, and Federica Sotgia, Senior Lecturer, both recently moved to the University of Salford from the University of Manchester. Both Michael and Federica made the national news in  January 2015 after they discovered antiobiotics can kill cancer cells after their 8 year old daughter mentioned it over dinner.

The conference takes place at The Annabelle Hotel, Paphos, Cyprus between 9 – 12 November 2016.

A full list of speakers and the conference programme can be viewed here.

To take advantage of this offer, please email sarah@fusion-conferences.com, include your abstract and indicate whether you would require an oral or poster consideration. This offer is for a limited period and will expire Monday 10 October 2016. 

Annabelle hotel, Paphos, Cyprus. Venue of Cancer Metabolism and the Tumour Microenvironment conference by Fusion Conferences
Annabelle hotel, Paphos, Cyprus
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