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IMAGING OF CANCER DYNAMICS

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Codice evento
C0263
Edizione n°
1
Città
TORINO
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Data
07/03/2018
Totale ore formative
18.00
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IMAGING OF CANCER DYNAMICS

UNITO-POLITO CONFERENCE SERIES IN CANCER

 
 


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UNTIL 07/02/2018 - € 150,00

FROM 08/02/2018 TO 07/03/2018 - € 250,00

SONO DISPONIBILI 50 POSTI CON ISCRIZIONE GRATUITA PER GLI STUDENTI DELL'UNIVERSITA' E DEL POLITECNICO DI TORINO 

ISCRIZIONE GRATUITA PER I DOTTORANDI DELL'UNIVERSITA' E DEL POLITECNICO DI TORINO

Cancer is a multistep disease, which is inherently dynamic. Early steps in carcinogenesis are often extremely hard to describe as they involve a wide variety of interactions between normal and carcinogenic tissue and the microenvironment. At the same time, even when the tumor is already considered developed or already gave rise to metastasis, it is continuously changing to adapt to the local microenvironment and evade the immune system and the therapy. While traditional approaches often focus on a static and monotypic disease, it is now established that cancer evolves over time from both genetic and phenotypic points of view, therefore requiring a deep knowledge of the dynamic processes underlying cancer progression and response to treatment.
Recent and tremendous technical advances in imaging technologies have boosted the use of live imaging in life science and medicine in general and in cancer research in particular. The use of non-invasive, high time and space resolution techniques has been fundamental in the progress of cancer research of the last years. Imaging techniques allow to resolve and describe accurately genetic variations, phenotypic switches, mechanisms of resistance and quiescence, mechano-biological and growth patterns.
The University and the Polytechnic of Torino organize a workshop to discuss the applications of imaging to study the dynamic inherent nature of cancer in its most paradigmatic views and approaches: cancer cell biology, metabolism, metastatization, molecular level and quantitative approaches.

 
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Moduli del corso ecm

PROGRAM - March 7th
 
13.00–14.00 Registration (La Cavallerizza Hall – Via G. Verdi, 9)
 
IMAGING OF CANCER METABOLISM
14.00 – 14.45
Kevin BRINDLE- Department of Biochemistry. University of Cambridge- Cambridge (UK)
Imaging tumour metabolism using hyperpolarized 13C-labelled cell substrates – From mouse to man.
 
14.45 – 15.30
Clemens LOWIK-Department of Radiology. Leiden University- Leiden (NL)
New optical imaging tools to image cancer and their translation to the clinic
 
15.30– 16.15
Vasilis NTZIACHRISTOS – Technical University of Munich- Munich (D)
New abilitiesincancerimagingusingmultispectraloptoacoustictomography
 
16.15-16.30  Short talkselected form the abstract
 
16.30-17.00  Break (Aula Magna University of Torino – Via Verdi, 8)
 
SUPER-RESOLUTION APPROACHES
17.00-17.45
Alberto DIASPRO- Italian Institute of Technology- Genova (I)
Liquid tuneable microscopy to study chromatin-DNA
 
17.45-18.45- Keynote Lecture
Zena WERB- Department of Anatomy, University of California-San Francisco, (CA, USA)
Insights into breast cancer metastasis using single cell technologies
 
18.45 – 20.30 Aperi-cena - POSTER DISCUSSION (La Cavallerizza Hall – Via G. Verdi, 9)
 
20.30 Faculty dinner




PROGRAM - March 8th

 
CANCER MOLECULAR DYNAMICS
08.30 – 9.15
Brent HOFFMAN- Department of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University -Durham, (NC-USA)
Visualizing Molecular Forces Across Specific Proteins in Living Cells
 
9.15-10.00
Andrea PICCO- Department of Biochemistry, University of Geneva- Genève, (CH)
The in vivo architecture of the exocyst complex visualised by quantitative fluorescence microscopy.
 
10.00-10.45
Olivier PERTZ- Insitute of Cell Biology,  University of Bern- Bern (CH)
Imaging MAPK signaling networks controlling cell fate decisions
 
10.45-11.00Short talkselected form the abstract
 
11.00-11.30 Break (Aula Magna University of Torino – Via Verdi, 8)
 
 
DYNAMICS OF CANCER AND METASTAZING CELLS-I
11.30-12.15
Erik SAHAI -The Francis Crick Institute-London (UK)
Imaging Therapy Failure
 
12.15  -13.00
Gaudenz DANUSER- Department of Bioinformatics and Cell Biology , UT Sothwestern Medical Center- Dallas (TX, USA)
Relating shape and prosurvival signals in cancer cells
 
13.00 –13.45: Lunch (Aula Magna University of Torino – Via Verdi, 8)
 
13.45 - 15.00: poster discussion (La Cavallerizza Hall – Via G. Verdi, 9)
 
 
DYNAMICS OF CANCER AND METASTAZING CELLS-I
15.00-15.45
Maria SOLEDAD SOSA- Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York (NY, USA)
The Biology of Cancer Dormancy: Relevance to Metastasis
 
15.45-16.30  
Andrew EWALD- Department of Cell Biology, Johns Hopkins University- Baltimore (MD, USA)
Beyond invasion: metastatic dynamics during systemic spread and organ colonization
 
16.30-17.15
John CONDEELIS- Albert Einstein College of Medicine- New York (NY, USA)
Large volume high resolution intravital imaging identifies the mechanisms of vascular invasion and metastatic seeding during breast cancer progression
 
17.15 - 17.45 Break (Aula Magna University of Torino – Via Verdi, 8)
 
17.45 -18.30
Ernst STELZER- Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Goethe University-Frankfurt (D)
Investigating and analyzing dynamic three-dimensional multi-cellular clusters
 
18.30-19.15
Peter FRIEDL- Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Radboud University, Nijmegen (NL)
Plasticity of Cancer Cell Invasion
 
19.15-19.30  short talkselected form the abstract
 
 
 
PROGRAM - March 9th
 
DYNAMICS OF CANCER-STROMA INTERACTIONS
08.30 – 9.15
Mikala EGEBLAD- Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, (NY, USA)
Neutrophil Extracellular Traps Promote Breast Cancer Metastasis and Escape
from Dormancy"
 
9.15 -10.00
Mark VENDRELL-Queen's Medical Research Institute,  University of Edinburgh- EdinburgH (UK) Dynamic Activatable Fluorophores
 
10.00-10.45 
Vincent CHAN - Department of Pathology, University of California at San Francisco- San Francisco (CA,USA) Mapping the immune landscape of human tumor microenvironments using multi-scale immunoprofiling strategies
 
10.45 -11.15 Break(Aula Magna University of Torino – Via Verdi, 8)
 
IMAGING BASED MODELLING
11.15-12.00
Kristine SWANSON- Department of Neurosurgery, Mayo Clinic- Phoenix (AR,USA)
 
12.00  -12.45
Eiko ENDERLING – Integrated Mathematical Oncology, H.Lee Moffit Cancer Center, Tampa (FL,USA) Local and systemic effects of cancer radiotherapy
 
12.45 - 13.30
Kevin PAINTER-Department of Mathematics, Heriot-Watt University- Edinburgh (UK) 
Anisotropic models for glioma growth
 
13,30 - 13.45 Short talkselected form the abstract
 
13.45 Lunch and end of the meeting (Aula Magna University of Torino – Via Verdi, 8)


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