Event info
Date:04 Feb
Time:9:00 - 15:20
Venue:Online
Contact person
Nicole Mastrell

Nicole Mastrell

Event Manager & PA to CEO

nm@mva.org

+45 6141 8634

The World Cancer Day 2021

Focus on Cancer Collaboration

We invite you to interact around research and innovation in the oncology area. How can new ideas be created by working cross borders? How can industry, academia and healthcare sector work together?

Date: Thursday February 4th, 2021
Time: 9:00 – 15:20
Venue: Online
Free of charge

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Program

11.00Inspirational lecture:
Connecting and Collaborating – How to communicate effective in real life and through the screen
Susanne Hedin 
11.30BREAK (15 min breakout sessions)
11.45 EU funding; Un-explored opportunities

  • Introduction to collaborative projects in Horizon Europe
    Anna-Karin Wihlborg 
  • What are the benefits from participating in collaborative EU projects? Success stories from academia and industry
    Anders Bjartell & Björn Walse
12.45BREAK (LUNCH)
13.30Discussion sessions: Introduction to Challenges and LUCC focus groups, Kristian Pietras & Ceclilia Jädert
To sum up the meeting, there will be four parallel discussion sessions – “Challenges” – where clinicians, academic researchers and company representatives will have a unique opportunity to discuss urgent topics from the perspective of the different participating LUCC reference groups:
The different focus groups will discuss unmet clinical needs in the first session and preclinical or technological need in the second
13.40Challenge part I – Unmet clinical needs – Track 1-4

1. Omics, bioinformatics and diagnostics
2. Gastrointestinal cancer
3. Clinical trials & drug development
4. Urological malignancies

14.25BREAK
14.35Challenge part II – Pre-clinical or technological need – Track 1-4

1. Omics, bioinformatics and diagnostics
2. Gastrointestinal cancer
3. Clinical trials & drug development
4. Urological malignancies

15.20END OF MEETING

 

Organizers

The seventh meeting Focus on Cancer Collaboration is arranged by Medicon Village in collaboration with Lund University Cancer Centre (LUCC), Create health and LU Innovation.