CRUK RadNet City of London is delighted to host the 2nd International Workshop on Radiobiology of Molecular Radionuclide Therapy (IWRMR) in London, UK, 13th-14th March 2023.
This Workshop is held once every two years on behalf of the European Working Group on the Radiobiology of Molecular Radiotherapy (https://www.mrtradiobiology.com/).
The meeting provides a broad platform for presentation of cutting–edge radionuclide biological radiation research, with space to discuss lessons learned from external beam radiotherapy. The workshop will also facilitate the development of new collaborations in dedicated sessions that complement the oral and poster presentations.
The Workshop welcomes all stakeholders interested in Molecular Radionuclide Therapy. We very much look forward to keynote speakers Prof Fran Balkwill, OBE, FMedSci, and Prof Jon Wadsley, FRCR helping to start off these discussions and collaborations
A full copy of the program will be uploaded nearer the event.
- State of the art radionuclide therapy and where efforts best laid for impactful clinical success
Professor Jonathan Wadsley, FRCR, Weston Park Cancer Centre, Sheffield
- Radionuclide therapy and vesicle signalling
Dr Julie Constanzo, Montpellier Cancer Research Institute IRCM
- How the tumour microenvironment might influence radionuclide therapy success
Professor Fran Balkwill, OBE, FMedSci, Queen Mary University of London
- Targeting hypoxic WSB-1 biology as a radiosensitising approach in breast cancer
Dr Isabel Pires, University of Hull
Attendance on the 13th March Only – £90
Attendance on the 14th March Only – £90
Attendance on both 13th and 14th March – £160
Online attendance to both days – £60
To register and pay for the fees please visit: Link for registration
Abstract call open: 10 October 2022
Registration open: 10 October 2022
Abstract submission deadline extended: 25 November 2022
Registration closes: 31st January 2023
Speakers/posters will be confirmed by 20th December 2022
Abstracts will be selected for one of the following presentation formats:
Oral Presentation – Abstracts selected for oral presentation are presented during proffered paper sessions (PowerPoint presentation of 15 minutes + 5 minutes of discussion)
Poster Presentation – Abstracts selected for poster discussions are presented orally during dedicated poster sessions.
Abstract titles should be brief and reflect the content of the abstract (maximum 100 characters). Do not use capital letters in the title except for words that are always capitalised and do not use non-standard abbreviations.
- Body of the abstract (maximum 500 words)
Abstracts should be structured to include (1) Purpose/Objective; (2) Material/Methods; (3) Results (4) Conclusion.
Please e-mail the abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Francis Crick Institute
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Dr Samantha Terry, Kings College London
Mr Patrick Wong, Kings College London
Ms Hafiza Bibi, CRUK RadNet, UCL