NCI Emerging Technologies Seminar Series
NCI has established a new seminar series to highlight novel technologies being supported through NCI awards that could transform cancer research and clinical care. The seminar occurs at the end of every month on a Tuesday at 2:00pm Eastern Time. Register through the Event Registration Site.
Tuesday, August 23rd 2 – 3pm ET
Speaker: Livia Schiavinato Eberlin, Ph.D., Baylor College of Medicine
Moderator: Anil Sood, M.D., MD Anderson Cancer Center
Title: Placing mass spectrometry in the hands of medical professionals to help guide treatment decisions
Dr. Eberlin will discuss new technologies developed by her group to assess molecular predictors of disease state from tissue samples, and how this tool can be used clinically for precision medicine guided surgical resection.
Tuesday, September 20th 2 – 3pm ET
Speaker: Dino Di Carlo, Ph.D., University of California – Los Angeles
Title: Lab on a particle technology for sorting viable single immune cells based on their function.
Dr. Di Carlo will share about the “lab on a particle” technology being developed in his lab to enable scalable selection of functional immune cells, driving next-generation cancer immunotherapeutic design.
Tuesday, October 18th 2 – 3pm ET
Speaker: Francisco (Paco) Robles, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University
Title: Simple and low-cost optical imaging tools for label-free molecular imaging and 3D microscopy and their application in biomedicine.
Dr. Robles will talk about work his team is leading to advance novel molecular and 3D optical imaging methods to overcome current clinical limitations in biomedicine ranging from hematology to cancer detection.
Register through the Event Registration Site. For any questions, please contact Kelly Crotty (Kelly.email@example.com). If you are an individual with a disability who needs reasonable accommodations to participate in this event, please contact the organizers at least five business days before the event so that we can discuss your accommodation request.
Tuesday, July 26th 2 – 3pm EST
Speaker: Wendell Lim, Ph.D., University of California – San Francisco
Moderator: Antoni Ribas, M.D., Ph.D., University of California – Los Angeles
Rethinking cancer targeting strategies: new synthetic sensors and circuits in the era of smart cell therapeutics
At this seminar, Dr. Lim discusses new methods in cancer -omics and synthetic biology that can lead to nuanced paradigms of tumor recognition. These immuno oncology strategies could more effectively address the complex challenges of treating cancer.