Radboud Research Round

Theme: Urological cancers

Date:
6 November 2014 16:00 hrs. - 17:30 hrs.
Location:
Tuinzaal, route 706
Title:
Implications of the genetic heterogeneity of kidney cancer
Host(s):

Prof. Jack Schalken, Dept. of Urology, Radboudumc

06-11-2014 16:00:0006-11-2014 17:30:00Europe/AmsterdamImplications of the genetic heterogeneity of kidney cancer Tuinzaal, route 706Rimlsrimls@radboudumc.nl

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Theme: Urological cancers

 

 

 

 

 

Program 

16.00 Introduction
Jack Schalken (Urology)
16.05

Genetic diversity of RCC
Egbert Oosterwijk (Urology)

16.20

Single cell biology
Nicola Crosetto (Hubrecht lab/Karolinska Hospital)

16.50

CTC: circulating tumor cells or clusters?
William Leenders (Pathology)

17.10

Discussion
chaired by Jack Schalken (Urology)

17.30

Research Cafe

The discussion will start with the challenges generated by our recent insights in the genetic heterogeneity of renal cancer, and then focus on the potential of new methods to identify cancer (sub)clones. Do the most aggressive cancer cell populations show up in CTCs and can that lead to personalized therapeutic approaches?

These lectures are intended for students, postdocs and staff interested in the latest fundamental and clinical research strategies within a particular theme. Registration is not required.  

Next Radboud Research Round November 13 Infectious diseases and host response.

 

 

 

 

 



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