9th Barossa Meeting 2019 - Cell Signalling in Cancer Medicine

9th Barossa Meeting 2019 - Cell Signalling in Cancer Medicine

The 9th Barossa Meeting on the theme of ‘Cell Signalling in Cancer Medicine’ to take place in the Barossa Valley from 12th – 15th November 2019. 


The Barossa Meetings bring together some of the world’s best scientists across different disciplines in a convivial atmosphere conducive to open and energetic discussions. The 2019 meeting’s theme of ‘Cell Signalling in Cancer Medicine’ will continue this tradition by bringing into focus the major new paradigms arising from fundamental discoveries and their impact on therapeutic strategies. In addition to the numerous international delegates, the meeting will be attended by many of the key Australian researchers in cell signalling and cancer medicine.

As has become tradition, the 9th Barossa Meeting will be the occasion to award the Clifford Prize for Cancer Research to a scientist whose contribution has made a global difference in the fight against cancer

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Please submit abstracts for selected podium talks by 30 September 2019

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Meeting Themes

   Angiogenesis      Metabolism
   Apoptosis      Signalling networks
   Cancer therapeutics      Stem cells
  Carcinogenesis     Translational medicine
  Epithelial-mesenchymal transition     Tumour microenvironment
  Cancer Genomics     Cellular plasticity/heterogeneity
  Immunotherapy     Therapy resistance
  Lipid signalling    

Confirmed International Speakers

Ivan Dikic Goethe University School of Medicine, Frankfurt, Germany
Lucy Godley University of Chicago, IL, USA
Ming Lei Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, China
Shiva Malek Genentech, CA, USA
Madelon Maurice University Medical Center, Utrecht, Netherlands
Gerry Melino University of Cambridge, UK
Erik Sahai Francis Crick Institute, London, UK
Tuomas Tammela Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY, USA
Wee Wei Tee Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) A*STAR, Singapore
Karen Vousden Francis Crick Institute, London, UK
Will present The EMBO Keynote Lecture

Confirmed National Speakers

Marie-Liesse Asselin-Labat Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, VIC
Glenn Begley BioCurate Pty Ltd, VIC
Kate Burbury Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, VIC
Thomas Cox Garvan Institute of Medical Research, NSW
Charley de Bock Children's Cancer Institute, NSW
Sarah-Jane Dawson Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, VIC
Paul Ekert Children's Cancer Institute, VIC
Steven Lane Queensland Institute of Medical Research, QLD
David Komander Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, VIC
Fabienne Mackay The University of Melbourne,VIC
Marina Pajic Garvan Institute of Medical Research, NSW
Belinda Parker Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, VIC
Clare Scott Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, VIC
Paul Timpson Garvan Institute of Medical Research, NSW
Anne Voss Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, VIC
Vi Wickramasinghe Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, VIC
Alpha Yap Institute for Molecular Bioscience, QLD

Organising Committee

Yeesim Khew-Goodall (Co-Convenor)
Stuart Pitson (Co-Convenor)
Claudine Bonder
Angel Lopez
Michael Samuel
Hamish Scott

Program Committee

Claudine Bonder
Cameron Bracken
Susan Branford
Anna Brown
Michael Brown
Richard D’Andrea
Loretta Dorstyn
Guillermo Gomez
Phillip Gregory
Chris Hahn
Natasha Harvey
Sharad Kumar
Angel Lopez
Stuart Pitson
Jason Powell
Paul Reynolds
Nirmal Robinson
David Ross
Michael Samuel
Andreas Schreiber
Quenten Schwarz
Hamish Scott
Vinay Tergaonkar
Damon Tumes

International Advisory Panel

Vishva Dixit, USA
Richard Flavell, USA
Wanjin Hong, Singapore
Tony Hunter, USA
John D. Scott, USA
Joseph Schlessinger, USA

Venue

Novotel Barossa Valley
Golf Links Road, Rowland Flat, Barossa Valley SA 5352
Ph: 08 8524 0045         Fax: 08 8524 0050

90 minutes drive from Adelaide. Arriving by Plane – 70 km from Adelaide International Airport

The Novotel Barossa Valley is the location for the 9th Barossa Meeting. It boasts a superb, but somewhat isolated location which encourages delegates to remain on-site for the duration of the conference, providing ample opportunity for delegate interaction during the breaks in the Scientific Program.

Gender Equality 

The Barossa Signalling Meeting strives to achieve gender balance in all aspects of the conference. We endeavour to attain this balance through equal female and male representation on the organising committee and as session chairs, as well as through invitations to high quality speakers of both sexes in accordance with the gender balance in our research community

Meeting Secretariat

Should you have any questions or require further information please contact:
Seed Events
Janine Power
PO Box 2137, Glenelg SA 5045
Phone: +61 400 280 811
Email: janine@seedevents.com.au