This symposium brings together basic scientists, clinical experts and industry partners in the field of tumor microenvironment, immune therapy, anti-angiogenesis and targeted therapy. Hence, this symposium will facilitate the exchange of ideas and new scientific direction involving basic biology and pathways that eventually lead to new individualize therapy for patients. Clinician scientists will present the results of ongoing clinical trials on targeted therapy including immune therapy, anti-angiogenic therapy and others. Novel genetic and imaging methods to assess alteration of tumor microenvironment for monitoring the effectiveness of therapeutic responses in the both pre-clinical and clinical trials will be discussed. Different clinical challenges and benefits of new therapeutic avenues including cardio-oncology will be presented. Overall, it is hoped that this symposium will assist in establishing strong collaborations among leading national, international, and Mayo Clinic experts in the field.
|Physicians and Scientists||$500.00|
|Residents, Fellows, PAs, Nurses, Allied Health and Retirees||$375.00|
This course offers the unique opportunity for commercial companies to interact with healthcare providers and highlight company products and services. If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at this course, please contact Florida Exhibits.
Call for Abstracts
Submit an abstract or work in the field of basic science, oncology or vascular specialties. Submitted abstracts may include proposed society guidelines, ongoing randomized trials, outcome studies, quality improvement, practice innovations or interesting case reports. Poster presentations will be peer-reviewed. For further information or questions, please email FLA CME Abstracts.
This course is designed for basic scientists, oncology specialists and vascular specialists.
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
Attendance at this Mayo Clinic course does not indicate nor guarantee competence or proficiency in the performance of any procedures which may be discussed or taught in this course.