Tays Cancer Centre Cancer Seminars – Spring 2020

Special Cancer Seminar Serie is organized in collaboration with the Faculty of Medicine and Health Technology and Tays Cancer Centre and FICAN Mid.
Place: Arvo-building, Tampere University.
Presentions in English

Ohjelma:


23.1. at 14.00, F115
Katri Selander, Dept. of Oncology, Oulu University Hospital,
Toll like receptor-9 in breast cancer

Host: Arja Jukkola and Tays Cancer Centre


20.2. at 15.00 F115
Johanna Mäkelä, Tampereen Biopankki
Biobank research and services for researchers

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Host: Tays Cancer Centre


12.3. at 14.00, ArvoF114

The presentation was organized online from NIH (USA) because of the travel restrictions due to the Corona virus!
Kathleen Calzone, PhD, RN, AGN-BC, FAAN, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, Center for Cancer Research, Bethesda, MD, USA
Methods for Introducing a New Competency (MINC) into Practice: Genomics

Host: Tays Cancer Centre


19.3. at 14.00 F114 – CANCELLED!
Professor Tambet Teesalu, Tartu University
Tumor homing peptides for precision cancer therapy

Host: Tero Järvinen and Tays Cancer Centre


2.4. at 14.00 F114 – CANCELLED!
Monique den Boer, Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology, Utrecht
What’s happening in the bone marrow? Leukemic cells are clever!

Host: Olli Lohi and Tays Cancer Centre


28.5. at 14.00 F114
Leena Latonen, University of Eastern Finland

Host: Tays Cancer Centre


Coffee and snacks before the seminar.

Everybody welcome!

NOTE: Students will receive ECTS credits for participation

Special Cancer Seminar Serie is organized in collaboration with the Faculty of Medicine and Health Technology and Tays Cancer Centre and FICAN Mid.


Save the Date:

Tays Cancer Centre and Fican Mid will organize the Cancer Research Day, an event about our cancer research on Tue 9.6. at 12:00 – 16:30 in the Arvo-building at Tampere University.

During the afternoon, we will hear the newest news from our cancer researchers. They will give you information about cancer research from bench to patient’s bedside including genetic research and use of genetic information as part of the patient’s cancer care. After the presentations, there is time for social networking.

Everybody is Welcome.