Public Symposium: Trinity St James’s Cancer Institute Conference Oct 14th

Public Symposium: Trinity St James’s Cancer Institute Conference Oct 14th

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Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute

152 - 160 Pearse Street

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'Harnessing Fundamental, Translational and Clinical Research for the Benefit of Cancer Patients' 14th October 2022

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Trinity St James’s Cancer Institute is dedicated to keeping patients and their families at the centre of everything that we do.

On October 14th, as part of our 12th International Cancer Conference, we will hold a public symposium. Topics to be covered include the impact of COVID19 on cancer care into the future and Europe’s Beating Cancer plan. In addition, the public symposium will include a session on cancer survivorship and wellbeing with international experts from the University of British Columbia and Imperial College London.

We invite patients, family members, carers, survivors and interested members of the public to come along and hear about current research in these areas. There will be opportunity to meet researchers and chat over coffee.

Venue: Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute



8.30am Registration and Tea/Coffee

Public Symposium

8.55am Welcome Prof John Kennedy (Medical Director, TSJCI)9.00am The power of data – cancer and COVID19 (Title TBD) Prof. Mark Lawler, Queens University Belfast

9.15am Impact of COVID19 on cancer care (Title TBD) Prof. Seamus O’Reilly, Cork, Mercy and South Infirmary University Hospitals

9.30am Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan Dr. Bettina Ryll, Melanoma Patient Network Europe

Session: Living With and Beyond Cancer

9.50am The role of exercise in cancer prevention, rehabilitation and survivorship (Title TBD) Prof. Kristin Campbell, University of British Columbia, Canada

10.15am Cancer survivorship: an integral part of Europe's research agenda (Talk TBD) Prof. Pernilla Lagergren, Imperial College London

10.50am Title TBD Catherine O’Brien, Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Cancer Survivorship, Trinity St James’s Cancer Institute

11.15am TBD Early career researcher

11.25am TBD Early career researcher

11.35am Coffee/Pastries and poster viewing

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