2015 Annual Conference
Cancer: A Texas-Sized Problem
January 22-23, 2015 | Omni Galleria Hotel, Houston, Texas
The 2015 conference program theme will explore the epidemiology, genetics, initiation, progression, and treatment paradigms of perhaps the most pressing current health problem of our society—CANCER. Details regarding the 2015 annual conference will be posted on this page as plans progress.
The invitation list for TAMEST’s Annual Conference includes its members, member protégés, presidents and chancellors of the state’s premiere research institutions, industry and community leaders, sponsors and donors, special guests, and other prominent members of the Texas research community.
James P. Allison, Ph.D. (IOM, NAS)
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Targeting Immune Checkpoints in Cancer Therapy: New Insights and Opportunities
Mike Pazin, Ph.D.
National Institutes of Health
The ENCODE Project: Interpreting Genomes Using Maps
Frederic de Sauvage, Ph.D.
Targeting the Hedgehog Pathway in Cancer: From Bench to Clinic
Margaret L. Kripke, Ph.D.
Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas
Bert W. O'Malley, M.D. (IOM, NAS)
Thomas C. Thompson Distinguished Service Professor and Chairman
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Baylor College of Medicine
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