“ACCDiS Cancer Spring Symposium”

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PROGRAM
“ACCDiS Cancer Spring Symposium”
Meeting dates 07 - 09 September 2016
Place
Rosa Agustina Resort - Olmué, Valparaíso, Chile
Day 1 (Wednesday 07/09)
11:00 - 11:30
Departure to Olmue
14:00 - 15:30
Registration
15:30 - 17:00
Coffee
POSTER SESSION I
17:00 - 18:30
Opening Lecture
Wael El Rifai, Vanderbilt University
18:30 - 19:15
New avenues at ACCDiS
Pablo Castro: Oncocardiology
20:00
Welcome Dinner
Day 2 (Thursday 08/09)
08:00 - 09:00
Breakfast
Session
Name
Lecture Tittle
1
2
9:00 - 11:00
1
Cell Signalling 1
3
4
11:00 -11:30
Caveolin-1, a double-edged
sword in cancer
Novel Roles For The Endosomal
Protein Rab5 In Tumor Cell
Migration, Invasion and
Metastasis
Conditioned media from
tumoral cell lines increases
microvascular permeability via
nitric oxide and S-nitrosylation
of adherens junction proteins
Role of Nerve Growth Factor
(NGF) in epithelial ovarian
cancer angiogenesis
Speaker
Andrew Quest (U Chile)
Vicente Torres (U Chile)
Fabiola Sánchez
(U Austral of Chile)
Carmen Romero (U Chile)
Coffee
1
Session
11:30 - 13:30
13:30 - 14:30
14:30 - 17:00
2
Name
Lecture Tittle
Speaker
1
Rac GEFs and cancer signaling
Marcelo Kazanietz
(U Pennsylvania - USA)
2
AMPK and a related kinase in
cancer cell survival during
metabolic stress
Ariel Castro
(U Concepción)
3
Regulation and function of the
Sall2 transcription factor;
implications for cancer
Roxana Pincheira
(U Concepción)
4
Insights on Microorganisms and
Miguel O'Ryan (U Chile)
Cancer
1
Precision Medicine in Chile
2
Aplications‚ and prospects‚ for a Hector Álvarez
Liquid Biopsy Program
(U of Texas - USA)
3
Mitochondrial Noncoding RNAs:
Verónica Burzio
New extra-nuclear targets for
(Fund. Ciencia & Vida)
melanoma therapy
4
MicroRNAs and cancer
diagnosis
Cell Signalling 2
Lunch
3
Translational
Research
Gareth Owen (PUC)
Foteini Christodoulou
(Miroculus - San
Francisco, CA, USA)
17:00 - 18:30
Coffee
POSTER SESSION II
18:30 - 19:30
Marcelo
Kazanietz
Plenary Lecture: PKCs and other diacylglycerol binding proteins- Connecting basic
science to translational research
19:30 - 20:30
Social Event - Local folklore Group (18 Sept) whit Apero (Pisco Sour, Wine, etc)
21:00
Dinner
2
Day 3 (Friday 09/09)
08:00 - 09:00
Breakfast
Session
9:00 - 11:00
11:00 - 11:30
11:30 - 13:30
13:30 - 14:30
15:00 - 17:00
5
Name
Molecular &
Environmental
Epidemiology
Lecture Tittle
Speaker
1
Molecular & Environmental
Epidemiology 1 Nutrients, Food
Contaminants and
Cancer: facts and questions
Catterina Ferreccio (PUC)
2
Biomarkers in Gallbladder
Cancer
Juan Carlos Roa (PUC)
3
Arsenic and Cancer: Findings on
Craig Steinmaus
Cancer Susceptibility from
(U of California - USA)
Northern Chile and Elsewhere
4
Inflammation and Gallbladder
Cancer: What are the next
steps?
Jill Koshiol (NCI - NIH USA)
1
Oportunities and Challenges in
Big Omics Data Analytics in
cancer
Elmer Fernández
(U Catolica of Cordoba ARG)
2
Translational Medicine in
Genomics and Gene Therapy
Osvaldo L. Podhajcer
(Inst Leloir - ARG)
3
TCGA and other "omics"
plattforms in cancer research
Alejandro Corvalan (PUC)
4
TBD
Wael El Rifai
(U Vanderbilt)
1
Thernostics with nanoplatforms
Marcelo Kogan (U Chile)
for cancer
2
Nano and microvehiculization of
lipophilic drugs for the
Felipe Oyarzun (U Chile)
treatment of cancer
3
Lab on a Chip for Blood
Biomarker Cancer Detection
Josep Samitier (Inst.
Bioengineering of
Catalonia - SP)
4
Exosome stratification
Silke Krol (Inst. Testa ITALY)
Coffee
6
System Biology
Lunch
7
Nanotechnology
17:00 - 17:45
Closing Lecture
Pablo Valenzuela (Ciencias para la Vida)
17:45 - 18:00
Coffee
Best Poster and Best Image Award
18:30
Departure to Santiago
3
4

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