Event Speakers

Prof Julie Brahmer

Keynote speaker, Johns Hopkins, United States

Prof Mark Cragg

University of Southampton, UK

Dr Andrew D Beggs

University of Birmingham, UK

Prof Ben Wilcox

University of Birmingham, UK

Dr Jerome Galon

INSERM, France

Dr. Dimitrios Mastellos

Demokritos, Greece

Dr Saeed Shoaie

Kings’ College London, UK

Prof Paul Moss

University of Birmingham, UK

Prof Francesca Ciccarelli

The Francis Crick Institute, UK

Dr Robin Ireland

King’s College Hospital, UK

Dr Paul Lavender

King’s College London, UK

Dr Josephine Bunch

Imperial College London, UK

Dr Duncan Murray

University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, UK

Prof Johanna Olweus

Oslo University, Norway

Dr Sophie Papa

King’s College London, UK

Dr Carmela De Santo

University of Birmingham, UK

Prof Christoph Hess

University of Basel, Switzerland

Prof Alberto Bardelli

University of Turin, Italy

Prof Joop Jansen

Radboudumc, Netherlands

Prof Adrian Hayday

King’s College London & UCL, UK

Dr Nichola Cooper

Imperial College London, UK

Dr Ben Afzali

National Institutes of Health, United States

Prof Farzin Farzaneh

Kings’ College London, UK

Prof Benjamin Vincent

Lineberger Cancer Centre, United States

Prof Sean Whittaker

King’s College London, UK

Dr Jonathan Irish

Vanderbilt University, United States

Prof Sergio Quezada

University College London, UK

Prof Jeffrey Pollard

University of Edinburgh, UK

Dr Shahram Kordasti

King’s College London, UK

Dr Samra Turajlic

The Francis Crick Institute, UK

Dr Ash Alizadeh

Stanford University, United States

Dr Jennifer Wargo

MD Anderson, United States

Dr Eileen Parkes

Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Dr Susanne Heck

Guy’s & St. Thomas Trust, UK

Prof Ton Coolen

King’s College London, UK

Prof Arjan Van de Loosdrecht

Amsterdam University, Netherland

Dr Graham Taylor

University of Birmingham, UK

To find out when each speaker is scheduled, please view our full event programme.

Abstract submission for participants

We invite all participants to submit scientific abstracts to be presented as oral or poster presentations.

Abstract submission deadline: 15th July 2019

Abstracts need to be maximum 500 words (excluding references, authors and affiliations) and may include 1 figure. Please email your abstract as a PDF below.

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