SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS


  • Session 1: Cancer Biology

     

    Cancer systems biology encompasses the application of systems biology approaches to cancer analysis, so as to check the sickness as a complex adaptive system with rising properties at multiple biological scales. Cancer systems biology represents the application of systems biology approaches to the analysis of how the intracellular network of traditional cells are rattled during carcinogenesis to develop effective predictive models that can assist scientists and clinicians in the validations of new therapies and drugs. Tumours are characterized by genomic and epigenetic instability that alters the functions of many different molecules and networks in a single cell as well as altering the interactions with the local environment. Cancer systems supports the utilization of process and mathematical strategies to decipher the complexness in tumorigenesis additionally as cancer heterogeneousness.


  • Session 2: Cancer Diagnosis

     

    Cancer is considered to be the main reason for deaths across the world.

    The cure for cancer is still a matter of research. However, there are few curing techniques available only if the person is diagnosed at the early growth stages.

    So cancer identification becomes a really necessary a part of associate individual’s survival. Since the cancer cells exhibit properties of a normal cell until it reaches malignant stages, it becomes difficult to diagnose. However few symptoms will act just like the signals for the cancer growth. Once these symptoms are encountered one can endure diagnosing techniques like diagnostic test, Radiography etc. Through these strategies, the practician are going to be ready to predict the stage of cancer and survivability of the patients.


  • Session 3: Cancer Immunotherapy & Vaccine

     

    Cancer therapy (Immuno-oncology or Immunooncology) is that the use of the system to treat cancer. Immunotherapies can be categorised as active, passive or hybrid (active and passive). These approaches exploit the very fact that {can|which will|that may}cer cells usually have molecules on their surface that can be detected by the immune system, called tumour-associated antigens (TAAs); they're often proteins or other macromolecules (e.g. carbohydrates). Active immunotherapy directs the system to attack growth cells by targeting TAAs. Passive immunotherapies enhance existing anti-tumor responses and include the use of monoclonal antibodies, lymphocytes and cytokines.


  • Session 4: Cancer Biomarkers

                                                

    Protein Biomarkers are often used as biomarkers for early detection of cancers particularly used for the identification of carcinoma.

    Diagnostic Patients with suspected pancreatic cancer will undergo an initial CT scan to determine if asuspect mass is localized and removed by surgery 63% of patients will be diagnosed with non-resectable stage III and IV disease and a diagnostic test are undertaken to verify carcinoma by H&E pathological analysis.

    The presence of cancerous cells via pathology is extremely difficult because of high numbers of non-cancerous stromal infiltrating cells and administration of therapy or enrolment into a clinical test\ will only begin on definitive diagnosing of carcinoma.

    These will notice specifically stains neoplastic pancreatic cells would enable the pathologist to confidently diagnose pancreatic cancer and thus offer appropriate cancer treatment to the patients. The Novel Biomarker BI-010 is known as a sensitive (98%) ANd specific (95%) IHC marker for carcinomaand gas-discharge tube is seeking a partner to develop an IHC primarily based test to detect BI-010 in fine needle aspirate biopsies from biopsy samples.


  • Session 5: Translational Oncology

     

    Translational Oncology is the field of Cancer Research where a series of research conducted at the labs come out with a novel approach towards the cancer therapy. This branch of science involves many interdisciplinary subjects. Researchers here will have to be familiar with all the knowledge. This is considered to be the next big thing in Cancer Research with great no of employability and Commercial opportunities available. Translational research has advanced from recognizing a solitary change driving genome to the high-throughput cutting edge entire genome sequencing investigations. Late advances in Omics have expanded our insight into the procedures underlying malignancy development


  • Session 6: Radiation Oncology

     

    It is one among the 3 basic specialties, the opposite 2 being surgical and therapeutic medical specialty, related with the treatment of development.

    Radiation can be given as a therapeutic system, either alone or in combine with surgery or probably therapy. The mission of Advances in Radiation Oncology is to give unique clinical research went for improving the lives of people living with tumour and distinctive ailments treated with radiation treatment.  Radiation Therapy, Predictive Oncology, Cancer Imaging, Stem Cell Therapy, Oncology Nursing

     


  • Session 7: Cancer Metabolism

     

    Cancer metabolism refers to the alterations in cellular metabolism pathways that are evident in cancer cells compared with most conventional tissue cells. Metabolic alterations in cancer cells are various and include aerobic glycolysis, reduced biological process and also the multiplied generation of synthesis intermediates required for cell growth and proliferation.

     


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    Session 8: Cancer Diagnosis

     

    Cancer is considered to be the main reason for deaths across the world.

    The cure for cancer is still a matter of research. However, there are few curing techniques available only if the person is diagnosed at the early growth stages. So cancer identification becomes a really necessary a part of associate individual’s survival. Since the cancer cells exhibit properties of a normal cell until it reaches malignant stages, it becomes difficult to diagnose. However few symptoms will act just like the signals for the cancer growth. Once these symptoms are encountered one can endure diagnosing techniques like diagnostic test, Radiography etc. Through these strategies, the practician are going to be ready to predict the stage of cancer and survivability of the patients.


  • Session 9: Cancer Immunotherapy & Vaccines

     

    Cancer therapy (Immuno-oncology or Immunooncology) is that the use of the system to treat cancer. Immunotherapies can be categorised as active, passive or hybrid (active and passive). These approaches exploit the very fact that {can|which will|that may}cer cells usually have molecules on their surface that can be detected by the immune system, called tumour-associated antigens (TAAs); they're often proteins or other macromolecules (e.g. carbohydrates). Active immunotherapy directs the system to attack growth cells by targeting TAAs. Passive immunotherapies enhance existing anti-tumor responses and include the use of monoclonal antibodies, lymphocytes and cytokines.


  • Session 10: Cancer Biomarkers

     

    Protein Biomarkers are often used as biomarkers for early detection of cancers particularly used for the identification of carcinoma. Diagnostic Patients with suspected pancreatic cancer will undergo an initial CT scan to determine if asuspect mass is localized and removed by surgery 63% of patients will be diagnosed with non-resectable stage III and IV disease and a diagnostic test are undertaken to verify carcinoma by H&E pathological analysis. The presence of cancerous cells via pathology is extremely difficult because of high numbers of non-cancerous stromal infiltrating cells and administration of therapy or enrolment into a clinical test will only begin on definitive diagnosing of carcinoma. These will notice specifically stains neoplastic pancreatic cells would enable the pathologist to confidently diagnose pancreatic cancer and thus offer appropriate cancer treatment to the patients. The Novel Biomarker BI-010 is known as a sensitive (98%) ANd specific (95%) IHC marker for carcinomaand gas-discharge tube is seeking a partner to develop an IHC primarily based test to detect BI-010 in fine needle aspirate biopsies from biopsy samples.


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    Session 11: Translational Oncology

     

    Translational Oncology is the field of Cancer Research where a series of research conducted at the labs come out with a novel approach towards the cancer therapy. This branch of science involves many interdisciplinary subjects. Researchers here will have to be familiar with all the knowledge. This is considered to be the next big thing in Cancer Research with great no of employability and Commercial opportunities available. Translational research has advanced from recognizing a solitary change driving genome to the high-throughput cutting edge entire genome sequencing investigations. Late advances in Omics have expanded our insight into the procedures underlying malignancy development.

     


  • Session 12: Radiation Oncology

     

    It is one among the 3 basic specialties, the opposite 2 being surgical and therapeutic medical specialty, related with the treatment of development. Radiation can be given as a therapeutic system, either alone or in combine with surgery or probably therapy. The mission of Advances in Radiation Oncology is to give unique clinical research went for improving the lives of people living with tumour and distinctive ailments treated with radiation treatment. Radiation Therapy,   Predictive Oncology, Cancer Imaging, Stem Cell Therapy, Oncology Nursing.


  • Session 13: Cancer Metabolism

     

    Cancer metabolism refers to the alterations in cellular metabolism pathways that are evident in cancer cells compared with most conventional tissue cells. Metabolic alterations in cancer cells are various and include aerobic glycolysis, reduced biological process and also the multiplied generation of synthesis intermediates required for cell growth and proliferation.


  • Session 14: Cancer Epigenomics

     

    Cancer epigenetics means studying of epigenetic modifications to genome of cancer cells that do not involve a change in the nucleotide sequence. Epigenetic corrections are important like genetic alterations, transition of a cell from normal to tumorous, and their manipulation holds great promise for cancer prevention, detection and therapy. In different cancers, a diversity of epigenetic mechanisms can be perturbed, such as silencing of tumor suppressor genes and activation of oncogenes by altered CpG island methylation patterns, histone modifications and dysregulation of DNA binding proteins.


  • Session 15: Cancer genomics

     

    • Epigenetic influence on genomic stability

    • Molecular underpinnings of therapeutic targets

    • Aberrant DNA methylation genes

    • Tumor heterogeneity


  • Session 16: Cancer Inflammation and Immune Tolerance

     

    It is widely believed that chronic inflammation critically adds to cancer. Immune tolerance in cancer intermediates tumour escape from the immune system. Inflammation mediates tumor-induced tolerance. The induction and maintenance of the chronic inflammatory response is a universal mechanism of immune tolerance.


  • Session 17: Nanoparticles in Cancer Therapy

     

    Since last decade nanoparticles have been of significant interest as they offer great benefits in drug delivery to overcome limitations present in case of conventional chemotherapy. Sizes ranges from (1-1000 nm) and also made by using a variety of materials including polymers, lipids, inorganic materials and biological materials. Targeted particles are used which are nano range to carry chemotherapeutic agents in cancer therapy, offers many advantages to improve drug/gene delivery and to overcome many problems associated with conventional chemotherapy.


  • Session 18: Novel Approaches to Cancer Therapeutics

     

    The standard management modalities are associated with severe side effects and high toxicity which in turn lead to low quality of life. This encompasses novel strategies for more effective chemotherapeutic delivery aiming to generate better prognosis. Cancer treatment is a dynamic field and significant advances are being made in the development of novel cancer treatment strategies. The difference to conventional cancer therapeutics, novel approaches such as ligand or receptor based targeting, intracellular drug targeting, gene delivery, cancer stem cell therapy, magnetic drug targeting and ultrasound-mediated drug delivery, have extra new modalities for cancer treatment.


  • Session 19: Cancer Epigenetics

     

    • Molecular Profiling Techniques

    • New Biologics & Vaccines

    • Chemical Proteomics

    • Combination Strategies in Immuno-oncology

    • Novel Biomarker Discovery


  • Session 20: Cancer Prevention & Therapy

     

    Malignancy treatment represents the treatment of tumour in a patient, regularly with surgery, chemotherapy or potentially radiotherapy. Treatments are likewise available for some disease composes. A malignancy subject may get a wide range of treatment, including those going for mitigating the manifestations of disease, for example, torment. Chemotherapy, as a rule, alludes to the utilization of pharmaceuticals or medications to treat disease. The possibility of having chemotherapy panics numerous individuals. Be that as it may, realizing what chemotherapy is, the manner by which it works and what's in the store can frequently help quiet your feelings of trepidation. It can likewise can be superior of controlling over your disease treatments. Directed treatment is a unique sort of chemotherapy that exploits the contrast between typical cells and malignancy cells. It's infrequently applied alone, however, frequently other malignancy medications are utilized with a focused treatment.


  • Session 21: Chemotherapy

     

    Chemotherapy (Chemo) is a sort of treatment that incorporates a pharmaceutical or blend of drugs to treat tumor. The objective of chemo is to stop or moderate the development of growth cells. Chemo is viewed as a foundational treatment. This implies it might influence your whole body. Chemo meds assault quickly developing malignancy cells, yet they can likewise influence solid cells that develop quickly. Chemotherapy is the use of any pharmaceutical to treat any malady. Regardless, to a large number of individuals, the word chemotherapy suggests drugs used for ailment treatment. It's every now and again condensed to "chemo." Surgery and radiation treatment expel, murder, or damage illness cells in a particular area, yet chemo can work all through the whole body. This infers chemo can pulverize harm cells that have spread (metastasized) to parts of the body a long way from the principal (fundamental) tumour.


  • Session 22: Cancer Immunology

     

    As stated earlier, cancer research is an interdisciplinary subject; Cancer Immunology is a branch of science which deals with the role of host immunity and its behaviour to the growth of cancer. The immune system assistances to fighting against the foreign invaders. However, cancer cells not being foreign cells to the host are very difficult to be identified by the host immunity as a threat. Only when the cancer cells start to release certain molecules which are specific to the cancer cells, host immune cells try to act against the cancer cells.


  • Session 23: Hematology -Oncology

     

    Hematologic Oncology is the branch of medical study about the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and avoidance of disease identified with blood. Haematology is learning about etiologist which includes treating the disease that influences the production of blood and its parts, for example, platelets, haemoglobin, blood proteins, bone marrow, platelets, veins, spleen, and the component of coagulation. Haematologists study oncology and work with oncologists, individuals who may specialize just in that field rather than both-the therapeutic treatment of the tumor. There are different disorders that people are influenced by haematology. Different type of blood conditions that are looked at incorporate anemia, hemophilia, general blood clots, bleeding disorders, and so forth. Related blood diseases, leukemia, myeloma, and lymphoma, these are more serious cases that should be analyzed.


  • Session 24: Organ-Specific Cancers

     

    One of the leading causes of death all over the world is Cancer. Organ Cancers are cancers named based on the location of cancer in the parts of the body. There are different types of cancers, some of them are Head and Neck Cancer, Brain cancer, Lung cancer, Oral cancer, Liver cancer, Breast cancer, Prostate cancer, Gastric cancer, Pancreatic cancer, Kidney (Renal Cell) cancer, Leukemia and many more.  Stomach, prostate, Lung, colon & rectum, and liver are commonly affected by cancer in men. In women most common organs affected are breast, colon, rectum, lung, cervix and stomach.


  • Session 25: Oncogenomics

     

    The sub-division of genomics that characterizes cancer-associated genes is related to oncogenomics. It focuses on transcript alterations in cancer, genomic and epigenomics. The change from normal to aggressive cancer is thought to occur over a timescale of 5–20 years. This transformation is by both inherited genetic factors and somatic genetic alterations and mutations, and it results in uncontrolled cell growth and leads to death. The genetic mutations leading to cancer occur only in certain genes. Cancer  genes are classified as proto-oncogenes (e.g., the genes for MYC, ERBB2 and EGFR) and tumor suppressor genes such as the genes that encode TP53, CDKN2A, and RB. The sucess of the Human Genome Project simplified the field of oncogenomic and improved the abilities of researchers to find oncogenes. Global methylation profiling and sequencing technologies methods are practiced to the study of oncogenomics.


  • Session 26: Cancer Stem Cell Therapy

     

    Stem cell transplantation is a procedure that reinstate blood-forming cells in people who have had theirs destroyed by the very high doses of chemotherapy or radiation therapy that are used to treat certain cancers. Blood stem cells are important because they grow into different types of blood cells.

     

    • Stem Cells and Tumors

    • Stem Cell Transplantation

    • Bone Marrow Transplantation

    • Cord Blood Stem Cells and Cancer

    • Stem Cell Research


  • Session 27: Lifestyle changes

     

    • Diet & Cancer

    • Vaccinations

    • Natural Therapy

    • Psychological & Social Aspects

     


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