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Bioinnovations in Brain Cancer Symposium

This year the BioInnovations in Brain Cancer (BIBC) program is hosting its 2nd Brain Cancer symposium. The goal is to bring together scientists to bridge the gap between brain cancer biology research and novel technological developments to advance the diagnosis and treatment of glioma and to improve the lives of patients.

The symposium will take place at the Khan Auditorium – University of Michigan – Ann Arbor Campus over two days on

December 6th & 7th, 2024

Registration

Opens July 24th, 2024

Participant                                                                               Fee

Postdocs/Students ……………………………………………… $50 (by September 16th) or $75 (September 10th – November 29th)

Academic Faculty/Staff …………………………………………. $200 (by September 16th) or $300 (September 10th – November 29th)

Government/Non-Profit …………………………………………. $200 (by September 16th) or $300 (September 10th – November 29th)

Industry……………………………………………………………. $300 (by September 16th) or $550 (September 10th – November 29th)

Early Bird Reduced Pricing deadline: September 16th, 2024

Registration deadline: November 29th, 2024

 

Abstract Submission

The abstract submission preferred deadline is September 9th, 2024 (abstracts submitted after September 9th are not guaranteed to be reviewed. Please email bibc.program@umich.edu if you have questions)

Follow the instructions in the submission form if you would like your abstract to be considered for a short talk.

Poster Presentations

Each poster presenter will be provided with a 6′ W x 4′ H poster board and mounting pins. Printing services will not be available on site

Short Talks

Each session will select 2-3, 15 minute short talks from the abstract submissions. Please follow the instructions in the submission form to indicate if you would like your abstract to be considered for a talk.

Information coming soon on abstract submission form

 

Conference Schedule

The draft conference schedule will be forthcoming in September and posted here.

Agenda from 2022 conferences can be found at the bottom of this page.

 

Hotel Information

To be provided soon

Confirmed Speakers

symposium keynote speaker, Susan Chang

Dr. Susan Chang, MD, PhD,
Professor, Neurological Surgery,
UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences.

 

Sean, symposium speaker

Dr. Sean Lawler, PhD,
Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine,
Brown University Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.

 

Dr. E. Antonio Chiocca

Dr. E. Antonio Chiocca, MD, PhD,
Chair, Department of Neurosurgery, Co-Director, Institute for the Neurosciences, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvey W. Cushing Professor of Neurosurgery, Harvard Medical School.

 

symposium speaker, Dr. Ahmed

Dr. Atique Ahmed, PhD,
Professor, Neurological Surgery, Allen Buckner Kanavel Professor of Neurosurgery,
Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine.

 

symposium speaker, Pablo Valdes

Dr. Pablo Valdes, MD, PhD,
Assistant Professor, Neurosurgery,
Assistant Professor, Neuroscience & Cell, University of Texas Medical Branch.

 

symposium speaker, Jeremy Rich

Dr. Jeremy Rich, MD, MHS, MBA,
Deputy Director, Research, UPMC Hillman Cancer Center.

 

symposium speaker, Evanthia Galanis

Dr. Evanthia Galanis, MD,
Professor of Medical Oncology, Mayo College of Medicine.

 

Cui, symposium speaker

Dr. Honggang Cui, PhD,
Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering.

 

symposium speaker, Dr. Peter Dirks

Dr. Peter Dirks, MD, PhD,
Professor, Departments of Surgery and Molecular Genetics, Harold Hoffman/Shoppers Drug Mart Chair in Pediatric Neurosurgery,
Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine,
Toronto, Canada.

 

symposium speaker, Dr. Anuska Andjelkovic-Zochowska

Dr. Anuska Andjelkovic-Zochowska, MD, PhD,
Professor of Pathology, Research Professor of Neurosurgery,
University of Michigan.

 

Additional Information

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