Welcome to the 4th CRC Network Meeting 28-29 March 2019 at the University of Oxford
Themes 2019: Stem cells, New Technologies
CRC Network Meetings are open to all interested in advances in research on colorectal cancer.
- Vivian Li, Crick Institute,London
- JP Medema, AMC, Amsterdam
- Alex Bullock, SGC, Oxford
- Ian Tomlinson, ICGS, Birmingham
- James Paul, Cancer trial office, Glasgow
- Simon Bach, ICGS, Birmingham
- Enric Domingo, Oncology, Oxford
- David Church, WCHG, Oxford
- Claire Palles, ICGS, Birmingham
- Andreas Kleppe, ICGI, Oslo
- Håvard Danielsen, ICGI, Oslo/NDCLS Oxford
- Susan Fotheringham, OCB, Oxford markers
- David Kerr, NDCLS, Oxford
- John Fox, Oxford
- Hanne Askautrud, ICGI, Oslo
Program for the fourth CRC-Network meeting
at Queen's College in Oxford, March 28th - 29th 2019
Stem CellsChair: Marco Novelli
28th March, 10:00 - 13:00
||Marco Novelli, UCL, London
||Vivian Li, Crick Institute, London
||WNT signal control in the intestinal stem cell and cancer
||Jan Paul Medema, AMC, Amsterdam
||CRC stem cells
||Marnix Jansen SC, UCL, London
||Visualising clonal expansions across the GI tract in 3D
||Alex Bullock, SGC, Oxford
||BMP signalling and CRC
||Ian Tomlinson, ICGS, Birmingham
||Predisposition to CRC − the stem cell model
Advances in the management of early CRCChair: Rachel Kerr
28th March, 14:00 - 17:30
||James Paul, Cancer trial office, Glasgow
||The SCOT trial
||Simon Bach, ICGS, Birmingham
||Improving the outcome for rectal cancer patients
||Enric Domingo, Oncology, Oxford
||Molecular markers for CRC
||David Church, WCHG, Oxford
||Immune microenvironment of CRC
||Claire Palles, ICGS, Birmingham
||Genetic markers for chemotoxicity (TBC)
||Hanne Askautrud, ICGI, Oslo University Hospital:
||Tumour heterogeneity in CRC
Application of new technology: precision treatment of early CRCChair: Sigbjørn Smeland
29th March, 09:30 - 13:00
||John Fox, Oxford
||Data Science meets Knowledge Engineering: does AI offer a new strategy for improving quality and safety of care and outcomes across the cancer journey
||Andreas Kleppe, ICGI, Oslo
||Nucleotyping: A pan cancer marker of prognosis
||Håvard Danielsen, ICGI, Oslo/NDCLS Oxford
||AI approach to prognosis of CRC
||Susan Fotheringham, OCB, Oxford
||A novel platform for identifying predictive markers
||David Kerr, NDCLS, Oxford
||Designing adjuvant trials using ctDNA
Venue for the lecture program
The lectures will be held in the Shulman Auditorium at the Queen's College in Oxford, a part of the Oxford University campus.
Please allow 5 minutes walk from entering the Queen's College from Oxford High street. Signs to the Shulman auditorium will guide you to the venue.
The lectures are open to all and we aim for no delays.
Map to the Shulman auditorium
We highly recommend staying in the historic settings of the Queen's College. This is in close vicinity to the Shulman auditorium where the lectures will be held.
Please follow following instructions for online booking:
- Use this link to our website: https://www.queens.ox.ac.uk/bed-breakfast
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Please note this is a service offered by the Queen's College, and the CRC Network can unfortunatly not assist you in making a reservation.
How to register
Please fill in your details in our registration form to registrate for the CRC network Meeting at Oxford University.
The Lectures are free to attend, and open to all, but we do appreciate attendees to registrate. Additional information will be sent to you by e-mail, so please ensure the e-mail address is valid.
Tea/coffee/biscuits will be available at the Shulman Auditorium, and a limited number of complimentary lunches are offered (part of the registration form). There are also cafés and restaurants in the vicinity of the Queen's College.
Oxford, March 2017
In March 2017 the third Network meeting was a joint event with the inauguration of the Oxford Centre for Cancer Gene Research. The meeting was again hosted at the Queen's College in Oxford, with attendees from several countries, universities and research institutes.
Link to pdf of lecture programme 2017
Oxford, March 2015
The second CRC Network meeting was held in the historic surroundings of the Queen's College in Oxford, 19th - 20th March 2015.
Among the speakers were the founders of the CRC Network, as well as other researchers on colorectal cancer; Charles Swanton, Ragnhild A. Lohte, Ricky Sharma, Andrew Reynolds, Simon Leedham, Oliver Sieber, Enric Domingo, James M. Franklin, Anita Sveen, Arild Nesbakken and Bjørn Atle Bjørnbeth.
Link to pdf of lecture programme 2015
Oslo, September 5th 2013
The very first network meeting was arranged at Oslo University Hospital, Radiumhospitalet, and the CRC Network was formally created. The seminar "Detecting and Managing Colorectal Cancer" was held in the new research building at The Norwegian Radium Hospital.
Link to pdf of lecture programme 2013