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      November 15, 2019

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      ESOR 2019 Symposium on Imaging Hallmarks of Cancer // Pancreatic Cancer: from Cell Biology to Treatment

      ESOR 2019 Symposium on Imaging Hallmarks of Cancer: Pancreatic Cancer: from Cell Biology to Treatment In Partnership with the Champalimaud Foundation November 15, 2019 Lisbon/Portugal Host Organiser: Celso Matos Course Information This advanced multidisciplinary symposium is aimed at bridging basic biological science and modern clinical practice with a special focus in pancreatic cancer. Internationally renowned experts will ensure a high quality teaching programme allowing the attendees to understand the challenges and opportunities in pancreatic cancer research, to identify the potentials of modern imaging modalities to drive breakthroughs in pancreatic cancer, and to envision new developments in pancreatic cancer treatment. Programme 08:15-09:00 - Registration 09:00-09:15 - Welcome and introduction L. Beleza, Lisbon/PT, President of the Champalimaud FoundationESOR RepresentativeC. Matos, Lisbon/PT, Host organiser 09:15-09:45 - Keynote lecture Chair: C. Matos, Lisbon/PT 1. Bridging basic biological science and modern clinical practiceM. Fehlmann, Montreal/CA0 9:45-11:15 - Session I Chairs: C. Carvalho, Lisbon/PT; B. Costa-Silva, Lisbon/PT09:45-10:15         1. Cell competition in cancer developmentE. Moreno, Lisbon/PT 2. Imaging pancreatic cancer morphogenesisA. Behrens, London/UK 3. Tumour microenvironment in pancreatic cancer metastasisM. Schmid, Liverpool/UK  11:15-11:45 - Coffee break  11:45-13:00 - Session II Chairs: C. Matos, Lisbon/PT; O. Pares, Lisbon/PT  1. AI in cancer imaging: barriers and breakthroughsG. d’Assignies, Paris/FR2. Added value of CT Radiomics in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinomaM. Haider, Toronto/CA 3. CT Radiomics and SBRT in pancreatic adenocarcinomaC. Franzese, Milan/IT  13:00-14:00 - Lunch break  14:00-15:30 - Session III Chairs: M. Castillo, Lisbon/PT; D. Costa, Lisbon/PT 1. Pathways of progression from IPMN to PDACL. Wood, Baltimore/USA 2. Detection of intraepithelial pancreatic lesions by Immuno-PETH. Ploegh, Boston/USA 3. Molecular stratification of pancreatic cancer sub-types and clinical implications    T. Arsenijevic, Brussels/BE  15:30-16:00 - Coffee break  16:00-17:30 - Session IV Chairs: E. Barroso, Lisbon/PT; R. Rio Tinto, Lisbon/PT  1. Immuno-Surgery for pancreatic cancer: barriers and breakthroughsM. Mauerer, Lisbon/PT 2. Current options and new developments in pancreatic cancer surgeryA. Sa Cunha, Villujuif/FR 3. Current options and new developments in endoscopic perioperative interventionsJ. Devière, Brussels/BE  17:30-18:00 - Keynote lecture Chairs: P. Fidalgo, Lisbon/PT; T. Carvalho, Lisbon/PT1. Challenges and opportunities in pancreatic cancer research(tba) 18:00 - Certificate of attendance 

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