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SN Oncology Portfolio

We are pleased to share with you here an overview of the academic oncology journals within the Springer Nature portfolio.

You will find highlights of the research we have published on the Featured page, and current special issues and collections on the Collections page.

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Oncology: Circulating Markers

Tuesday 15 February 2022, 8–9:30am Eastern Standard Time, 2–3:30pm Central European Time, 9–10:30pm Hong Kong Time.

Please follow this link to view the recording of this webinar.

This webinar is the next part of a Springer Nature Oncology webinar series that brings together international experts to discuss ongoing developments in cancer research. The new webinar focusses on 'Circulating Markers for the detection of cancer', with speakers covering a range of tumour‐derived circulating markers including circulating nucleic acids, circulating tumour cells and tumour‐educated platelets. Our panellists discuss developments in this exciting research field and their global perspectives.

Panellists

Programme

Introduction - Klaus Pantel
ctDNA for cancer diagnostics - Dennis Lo
Tumor-educated platelets for cancer detection -  Myron Best
Circulating tumor cells for cancer detection - Catherine Alix-Panabières
Panel Discussion - All panellists

Related collections: 'Liquid Biopsy' in British Journal of Cancer and 'Liquid Biopsy at the Frontier of Early Detection, Prognosis and Cancer Treatments' in Molecular Cancer.

 

Oncology: Emerging Therapeutic Approaches

Thursday 24 June 2021, 8-9.30 am (EDT), 2-3.30 pm (CET), 8-9.30 pm (CST)

Please follow this link to view the recording of this webinar.

This webinar is the first of a new series that brings together international experts to discuss ongoing developments in cancer research. This webinar focusses on emerging therapeutics, with speakers covering areas including immunotherapy, metabolic targets, and the treatment of lung and colorectal cancers. Our panellists discuss these developments, their ongoing challenges, and their global perspectives.

Panellists

Programme

Introduction - Alexia-Ileana Zaromytidou
New Therapeutic Targets in Cancer Immunotherapy - Haidong Dong
Glycogen Metabolism is a New Target for Cancer Therapy - Adrian Harris
Vulnerabilities of Mesenchymal Colorectal Cancers - Jan Paul Medema
Emerging Therapeutic Approaches in Lung Cancer: Beyond PD-1/L1 and Precision Strategy - Yi-Long Wu
Panel Discussion - All panellists