iSBTc 23rd Annual Meeting

Last Modified: March 20, 2008

Conference Dates: October 31-November 2, 2008
Conference Location: Westin Horton Plaza- San Diego, CA

Sponsoring Group: International Society for Biological Therapy of Cancer

Conference Web Page URL: http://www.isbtc.org/meetings/am08/

Topics Covered:

  • Adoptive Transfer
  • Cancer Stem Cells and the Host Response
  • Co-Stimulation / Immunoregulation
  • Endpoints, Response Criteria for Clinical Trial Design
  • Enhancing Cancer Vaccines
  • Infectious Agent Vectors
  • Innate Immunity to Tumors
  • New Agents
  • TH-17, Cytokines and T Cell Subsets
  • Trafficking and in vivo Imaging
  • Tumor Escape / Tumor Microenvironment
  • Tumor Targeting Monoclonal Antibodies

Conference Objectives: The iSBTc Annual Meeting facilitates exchange of the most cutting edge preclinical and clinical data on the use biological therapies in cancer between basic scientists and clinicians from academic, regulatory and industrial venues. This meeting will allow various investigators to share and build on their data, ultimately leading to better patient outcomes in cancer.

Who Should Attend: The target audience for the Annual Meeting includes both basic and clinical investigators involved in cancer research comprising members of academic, pharmaceutical and regulatory agencies. Attendees will include basic scientists, clinicians, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows, as well as other allied health professionals.

Continuing Education: Yes

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