Anti-Cancer Therapeutics: From research to trials to treatment

London, London
Wednesday, 14 May 2014

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This event will be held at The O2,  a large entertainment district on the Greenwich peninsula in South East London, England.

About the Chair:
Ann White
is a Senior Research Fellow within the Cancer Sciences Unit, University of Southampton. Her research is focused upon theoptimisation of anti-cancer therapeutic mAb through the manipulation of mAb structure. Ann received  a PhD in Molecular and CellularBiology from the MRC Clinical Research Centre, Harrow in 1991 then worked for 10 years in the United States on lipoprotein metabolism. After a career break with her young children Ann joined Professor Martin Glennie’s group in 2005 and is part of a programme for thediscovery and optimisation of novel  anti-cancer therapeutic mAb.

About the Speakers:
Sophia N. Karagiannis
 is a translational cancer immunologist specialising in antibody therapies for melanoma, ovarian and breast carcinomas. She received BA and MS degrees at Rutgers University, USA, having received scholarship awards and a teaching assistantship (1987, 1991), and a PhD at King’s College London in Biochemistry under SERC and SmithKline Beecham-funded scholarships (1995). She subsequently developed immunotherapeutic strategies for cancer and inflammatory diseases in academic and biotechnology environments in London and Cambridge as a postdoctoral associate and scientific investigator. She was appointed as NIHR Senior Research Fellow in 2007 and presently leads her own research group as Head of Cancer Antibody Discovery and Immunotherapy at King’s College London, focused on dissecting humoral immunity in cancer and leading research into tumour-targeting mechanisms of IgE antibodies and Th2 responses in cancer. Sophia co-founded the International Task Force on AllergoOncology and has pioneered IgE therapeutics for solid tumours. Her research and development initiative on the first IgE class antibody for cancer therapy is conducted in close collaboration with clinical and academic groups at King's College London and the CR-UK Drug Development Office.

Tracy Robson obtained her PhD in Molecular Radiation Science from Imperial College, London. Her first academic post was as Lecturer in Radiation Science at the University of Ulster in 1997 and she then moved to the School of Pharmacy, Queen's University of Belfast in 2004 to take up the post of Reader in Molecular Pharmacology, within the newly established, Experimental Therapeutics research cluster. She was promoted to Professor in Experimental Therapeutics in Oct 2010. Her main research focus is the development of novel approaches for sensitizing tumours to both radio and chemotherapy. She has published widely, holds several patents on both therapeutic and diagnostic approaches in the cancer area and has given numerous invited conference presentations. She has obtained significant research grant income from industry, BBSRC, MRC, Cancer Research UK, Breast Cancer Campaign, Prostate Cancer Charity, Prostate Cancer Research Foundation and Action Cancer. She is a Fellow of the Society of Biology and has held positions such as Secretary for the Association for Radiation Research, UK, a member of the scientific committee for Action Cancer, NI, and a Council Member of the Irish Association for Cancer Research. She is currently secretary for the Irish Radiation Research Society and is on the Cancer and Radiation Biology scientific committee for the British Institute of Radiobiology.

Xiaoyan Jiang is a Senior Scientist in the Terry Fox Laboratory of the BC Cancer Agency and an Associate Professor in the Department of Medical Genetics at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.  She is an expert in basic and translational research of molecular properties of leukemic stem cells that contribute to the development of leukemia and drug resistance and has pioneered efforts to the development of new therapeutic approaches to directly target these critical cells.  She has been invited to present at many international conferences and has organized and/or chaired a number of conference sessions. She has published numerous peers-reviewed publications, has been on the Editorial Board of 18 reputed journals and is the Editor-in-Chief of the World Journal of Hematology.

Mark Guthridge
is an NH&MRC Senior Research Fellow and heads the Leukemia Research Laboratory at the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases (ACBD), Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Since 2000, his lab has received continual funding from International (NIH, AICR), National (NH&MRC, LFA) and State agencies (Cancer Council of SA) and his work has been published in leading journals including Cell, Molecular Cell, Cell Stem Cell, PLOS Biol and EMBO J. Dr. Guthridge regularly serves on the editorial boards of international peer-reviewed journals, national grant review panels and scientific organizing committees for international cancer conferences.


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