Perspectives in Cancer Prevention

11-14 September 2017, Lausanne, Switzerland

Program

Session I

OUTSIDE DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS

Monday, September 12, 2016

 

8:45-­‐9:45

MichaeKarinUCSD, USA

Retrospective:Inflammation and Cancer

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10:00-­‐11:00       

MichaeKarin, UCSD, USA

Research Seminar:“RecentInsightstotheEtiologyandTreatmentof HepatocellularCarcinoma”.

 

11:00-­‐11:15         Break

 

11:15-­‐12:15        

Allan BalmainUCSF, USA

Retrospective:“TheRasgenefamily:oncogenes,tumorsuppressors,and tumor susceptibilitygenes”.

 

12:15-­‐13:15        

Allan Balmain, UCSF,USA

Research Seminar : “Genetic and cellular heterogeneity during evolution of metastatic skincancer”.

 

13:15-­‐14:30         Lunch

 

14:30-­‐15.30        

Raghu KalluriMD Anderson Cancer Center, Texas, USA

Retrospective:“Stroma and Cancer”

 

15:30-­‐16:00         Break

 

16:00-­‐17:00        

Raghu KalluriMD Anderson Cancer Center, Texas, USA

Research Seminar: “The biology and function of exosomes in cancer”

Session II

GENERAL ISSUES IN CANCER PREVENTION

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

 8:45-­‐9:30           

G. Paolo Dotto, UNIL

“Human populations and gender differences in Cancer Susceptibility”

 

9:30-­‐10:15          

Vincent Mooser, UNIL

“Personalised medicine perspectives in Cancer Prevention”

 

10:15-­‐10:30         Break

 

10:30-­‐11:15        

FreBosman, UNIL

“Pathology and Medical Education in Cancer Prevention”

 

11:15-­‐11:45       

AdrianAlbini, IRCCS Multi Medica-­‐Sesto San Giovanni-­‐Italy“Chemoprevention”

 

11:45-­‐12:30        

PietrPresti, Fondo Edo TempiaItaly

Public-­‐Private-­‐Partnership(PPP)andCancerPrevention”

 

12:00-­‐14:00         Lunch

 

ENDOCRINE DISRUPTORS

 

14:00-­‐15:00        

Cathrin Brisken, EPFL

“Hormones; global factors acting locally”

 

15:00-­‐16:00         

ArianGiacobino, University Hospital Geneva “Epigenetic changes linked to environmental exposures: the example of testicular dysgenesis syndrome”

 

16:00-­‐17:00        

Walter Wahli, NanyanTechnologicaUniversitySingapore

“The nuclear receptor superfamily: multifaceted roles”

 

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

 

CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY

 

9:00-­‐10:00          

MuriellBochud, Institute of Social anPreventive MedicineLausanne

“Methods in Cancer Epidemiology”

 

10:00-­‐11:00         

MuriellBochudand RafaeBlanMoya, Institute of Social anPreventive Medicine, Lausanne

“Cancer Burden and Cancer Registry”

 

11:00-­‐12:00        

Jean-­‐Luc BulliardInstitute of Social anPreventive MedicineLausanne

“Cancer Prevention and Screening”

 

Lunch Research Seminar

12:00-­‐13:00        

SabinRohrmannEpidemiologyBiostatisticanPreventioInstituterich

“Cancer and Diet”

 

13:00-­‐14:00         Break

 

WORKSHOP ON CERVICAL CANCER AS A PARADIGM FOR CANCER PREVENTION IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD

 

14:00-­‐14.30         

MegaJ.HuchkoUCSF, USA

“Challenges and Opportunities for Cervical Cancer Prevention in the Developing World”

 

14.30-­‐15:00        

Roland Sahli, UNIL

“How to implement affordable diagnostic tests for CC screening, including HPV genotyping and vaccine”

 

15:00-­‐15.30         Break

 

15.30-­‐16:00         

Zacharie Sando, University of YaoundeCameroon

“Cervical cancer prevention in low and medium resource settings: lessons learned”

 

16:00-­‐16.30         

NellYatichRCTP-­‐FACES, NairobiKenya

Knowledggapanongoinresearch on strategies for prevention of cervical cancer in sub-­Saharan Africa”

 

16.30-­‐17:00        

  StefanGuzzettiOspedale Martini-­‐ASLTO1, Turin, Italy-­‐APOF member Throlotelepathologin managincytology­‐ based cervicascreening programs in low resource settings”

 

17:00-­‐17.30   

Dr.BrucPattersonIncell DxCaliforniaUSA

Session III

PREVENTION OF SPECIFIC CANCER TYPES (STUDENTS PRESENTATIONS)

Thursday, September 15, 2016

 

9:00-­‐10:00          

Massimo BongiovanniCHUV

“Cytological diagnosis o fpremalignant squamous cancer : differences and similarities at different bodysites”

 

10:00-­‐12:00        

Head/ Neck Cancer : risk factors, multipleprimary and recurrent tumors, early detection, prognostic markers and treatment.

 

Christian Simon, UNIL

 

Students:

 

  • Risk factors, early detection, and prevention

 

  • Secondary primaries and recurrent disease

 

  • General treatment principals

 

12:00-­‐13:00          

LuncResearcSeminar

Dr. Rajiv.C. Michael, Head and Neck surgery Unit, Vellore, India

“HNSCC in India: Treatment, risk factors, and prevention”

 

13:00-­‐14:00         Break

 

14:00-­‐16:00    

Skicancerisk factors ,multiplprimaranrecurrentumors, early detection, prognostic markers and treatment

 

Günther Hofbauer, University Hospital Zürich and Daniel Hohl, CHUV

Students:

 

  • Risk factors, early detection, and prevention

 

  • Secondary primaries and recurrent disease

 

  • General treatment principles

 

 

Friday, September 16, 2016

9:00-­‐12:00           

Breast Cancer : Risk factors and premalignant lesions.

 

Cathrin Brisken, EPFL and Maryse Fiche, CHUV

 

Students:

 

  • Risk factors, early detection, and prevention

 

  • Secondary primaries and recurrent disease

 

  • General treatment principals

 

12:00-­‐13:00         

LuncResearcSeminar

Michael Evans, Affymetrix, UK, Ltd.

 

13:00-­‐14:00          Break

 

14:00 -­‐16:00      

Colon cancer: risk factors, multiple primary and recurrent tumors, early detection, prognostic markers andtreatment

 

Tatiana Petrova, UNIL and Olivier Dormond, CHUV

 

Students:

 

  • Risk factors, early detection, and prevention

 

  • Secondary primaries and recurrent disease

 

  • General treatment principals