Past Event

Immuno-Oncology: An Introduction

25 April 2017
Newark, United States
 

What is Immuno-Oncology: An Introductory Overview?

  • Immuno-Oncology: An Introductory Overview is a rapid and progressive one-day course held at a convenient airport location
  • Leading experts share their knowledge and experience face-to-face
  • This immuno-oncology course provides thorough overview of this rapidly evolving subject
  • Immuno-Oncology: An Overview is taught by expert faculty and developed specifically for pharmaceutical, medical technology & biotechnology industry personnel
  • The day involves lectures, discussion and question and answer sessions with our experienced and knowledgeable faculty
  • It is ideal for individuals with little understanding of immuno-oncology and equally beneficial to those with existing basic knowledge enabling further insight to the subject through detailed presentations and discussion with Healthcare’s leading faculty

What will I learn from this immuno-oncology training?

  • This training provides an overview of immuno-oncology
  • The basics of tumour immunology
  • The essentials of immunotherapy and its application in cancer medicine
  • Examples of how biologics work in the practice of oncology and the challenges presented

Topics included in this immuno-oncology training:

  • The Immune System – A Guide
  • Introduction to Immunotherapies
  • Overview of Immunotherapy in Cancer
  • An Example in Practice – Lung Cancer
  • An Example in Practice – Melanoma

Faculty includes:

Dr John Curnow, Senior Lecturer, School of Immunity and Infection, Birmingham, UK
Geoffrey T Gibney, MD, Co-leader, Melanoma Disease Group, Georgetown-Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center and MedStar Network, Washington DC, USA
Mark Socinski, MD,Executive Medical Director, Member, Thoracic Oncology Program, Florida Hospital Cancer Institute, Orlando, FL, USA

Is this immuno-oncology course for me?

This immuno-oncology training course is designed to meet the broad information and education requirements of a range of pharmaceutical and biotech personnel from R&D, medical affairs, regulatory, strategic marketing and and many others from both science and business functions.

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