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Tsinghua - Nature Conference onInflammation and Cancer

October 23-25, 2018, Beijing


Chen Dong Tsinghua University

Tak W. Mak University of Toronto

Miriam Merad Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Ursula Weiss Nature

Alexia-Ileana Zaromytidou Nature Cell Biology


Fiona Powrie University of Oxford

Ira Mellman Genentech


Rafi Ahmed Emory University

Michael Angelo Stanford University School of Medicine

Brian D. Brown Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York

Xuetao Cao Nankai University

Zhijian James Chen University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Hongbo Chi St.Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Lelia Delamarre Genentech

Chen Dong Tsinghua University

Ronald N. Germain National Institutes of Health

W. Nick Haining Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Mathias Heikenwalder DKFZ Heidelberg

Michael Karin UC San Diego School of Medicine

Yibin Kang Princeton University

Eicke Latz Universität Bonn

Ming Li Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Tak W. Mak University of Toronto

Miriam Merad Mount Sinai HESS Center for Science and Medicine

Andy J. Minn University of Pennsylvania

Pamela S. Ohashi University of Toronto

Luke A. J. O’Neill Trinity College Dublin

Wenjun Ouyang Amgen Inc.

Andrea Schietinger Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Mark J. Smyth QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute

Shannon J. Turley Genentech

Gabriel D. Victora The Rockefeller University

Kai W. Wucherpfennig Harvard University

Chenqi Xu Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, CAS

Zemin Zhang Peking University

This meeting will bring together a diverse group of researchers from the many

interconnected areas of immunology and cancer to discuss how inflammation

affects tumour development and metastasis. Presentations will focus on the most

recent findings on the tumour-promoting and –suppressing effects of inflammation,

the immune tumour environment, and therapeutic approaches aiming to exploit and

translate these insights into therapeutic modalities in the clinic. We invite cancer

biologists and immunologists from academia and the industry to join us in exploring

current knowledge and outstanding questions in this exciting field.  


For Registration and other informationplease see .

Meeting notice