ASH Meeting on Lymphoma Biology

The American Society of Hematology
Last Modified: December 20, 2013

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Dates: August 10-13, 2014
Location: Colorado Springs, CO

Sponsoring Group: The American Society of Hematology

Web Page URL: http://www.hematology.org/Meetings/Lymphoma-Biology-Meeting/11507.aspx

Topics Covered: B-cell receptor signaling Germinal center biology Epigenetics of lymphoma Immune evasion and approaches Lymphoma genetics Metabolism T-cell lymphoma

Objectives: Establish a forum for the exchange of the state-of-science in basic and translational lymphoma research

Who Should Attend: The target audience for this meeting includes laboratory-based scientists, translational investigators, pharmaceutical scientists, and others interested in lymphoma science.


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