07.10.2015 | Zakopane, Poland

IncoNet EaP session 'Towards Molecular Oncology' at the 42nd Congress of the International Society of Oncology and Biomarkers

On 7th of October 2015 the IncoNet EaP consortium organised a session on Molecular Oncology which was an integral part of the 42nd Congress of the International Society of Oncology and Biomarkers (ISOBM 2015) in Zakopane (Poland) from 3-7 October 2015.
Speakers of the IncoNet EaP session 'Towards Molecular Oncology' at ISOBM 2015 | photo: Ewa Szkiłądź

Speakers of the IncoNet EaP session 'Towards Molecular Oncology' at ISOBM 2015 | photo: Ewa Szkiłądź


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This particular event was a high ranking conference at European level which covered the following scientific topics:

 

  • Molecular diagnosis/prediction/prognosis
  • Serum tumour markers present and future
  • Molecular diagnosis/prediction/prognosis
  • Genomics-driven approaches
  • Epigenetics, microRNAs, free dsRNA
  • Liquid biopsy/Exosomes
  • Molecular immunological markers for cancer patients
  • Cancer-related inflammation and biomarkers
  • Personalised medicine
  • Anticancer therapies  - from research to trials to treatment
  • Anticancer drugs - new developments, new strategies
  • Immunotherapy
  • Microenviroment / metastasis / invasion
  • Tumor heterogeneity
  • Circulating cancer cells
  • Biomarker validation
  • BioBanking
  • Challenges in interdisciplinary studies
  • IT for research and medicine
  • Protection of intellectual property

The title of the session was 'Towards Molecular Oncology – IncoNet EaP Session'. There were 7 presentations from 6 EaP countries. Additionally, the IPPT PAN representative delivered a presentation about the experiences, results and activities carried out within IncoNet EaP project. Approximately 50 researchers attended the session.

In addition, two poster sessions were organised throughout the conference. 4 participants from 4 EaP countries presented their posters during both sessions.

The strength of the session was the presentation of a detailed panorama on Molecular Oncology in the Eastern Partnership Countries. The session provided an excellent opportunity for networking and opened possibilities for collaboration with other EU countries. Most participants underlined that similar activities should be carried out in the future.

Presentations

SESSION-18 Towards Molecular Oncology – IncoNet EaP Session

  1. Introduction  - IncoNet EaP project activities
    Ewa Szkiłądź, National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the EU, Poland
  2. Identification of Preoperative Diagnostic Markers for Discrimination Between Benign and Malignant Thyroid Cysts by a Proteomics Approach
    Andrii Dinets, Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery, Department of Oncology-Pathology Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden; Dept. of Surgery #4, Bogomolets National Medical University, Kiev, Ukraine
  3. Alterations in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells Phospholipid Content in Cancers
    H.H. Davtyan, Institute of Molecular Biology, NAS RA
  4. Determining the Development of non-Hodgkin Lymphomas Immunophenotyping Based on Monoclonal Antibodies
    Aliona Nicorici, Institute of Oncology, Republic of Moldova
  5. Novel inhibitors of collagenase
    Armen Sargsyan, Scientific and Production Center 'Armbiotechnology' NAS RA, Yerevan, Armenia
  6. Application of Embryonic Models for Elaboration of Anti-Carcinogenic Preparations of Desired Action
    Arif Mekhtiev , A.I.Karaev Institute of Physiology, Azerbaijan NAS, Baku
  7. CD4 T Cell Subpopulations in Colorectal and Liver Cancer Patients
    Ia Pantsulaia, Tbilisi State Medical University, Georgia
  8. Macrovipera Lebetina Obtusa Venom and Obtustatin: Their Applications in Cancer Research
    Narine Ghazaryan, Laboratory of Toxinology and Molecular Systematics, L.A. Orbeli Institute of Physiology NAS RA, Yerevan, Armenia

Disclaimer
On 7 October 2015, the IncoNet EaP project (in which the DLR Project Management Agency is a project partner) organised a session on Molecular Oncology at the 42nd Congress of the International Society of Oncology and Biomarkers (ISOBM 2015) in Zakopane (Poland). In their function as editors of the project's website, DLR agreed to upload the presentations held during this event on this website for download in pdf format subject to the express consent of the speakers concerned. DLR, as the uploading entity, has not monitored the contents of these presentations in any way. In case of incorrect contents, copyright infringements or other violations of the law, please contact Dr Thomas Reineke, DLR Project Management Agency, European and International Cooperation, thomas.reineke@dlr.de. Any offending material will be removed immediately.

Contact to the Session Organiser

Dr Ewa Szkiłądź
+48-22-828-74-83 w. 251
+48-500-207-844
ewa.szkiladz@kpk.gov.pl

 
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