UF Health Cancer Center Seminars
University of Florida
Opioid & Anesthesia Influence on Cancer Survivorship
About: Join the University of Florida’s Pain Research & Intervention Center of Excellence and the Institute on Aging for a virtual discussion on the influences of opioids and anesthetics on cancer survivorship with Dr. Monika Patel.
Online CME Series: Brain Tumor Immunotherapy
About: The University of Florida Continuing Medical Education and the Lillian S. Wells Department of Neurosurgery present an online CME series on brain tumor immunotherapy presented by Maryam Rahman, M.D., Catherine T. Flores, Ph.D. and David Shin, M.D.. Webinars include:
- “Cancer Immunology”
- “Immune Checkpoint Inhibition”
- “T Cell Mediated Immunity”
- “Surgical Considerations for Immunotherapy in the Treatment of Malignant Glioma”
- “Immunotherapy for GBM”
This lecture series is intended for primary care physicians, specialty physicians, physician assistants and nurses.
- Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center — Various online courses and seminars.
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center — Various online seminars and events.
Connect: Science Seminar Series
About: With support from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center invites you to a virtual seminar series intended to unite our scientific community during this difficult time.
Series speakers are leaders in cancer biology, immune oncology and other fields from across the world. Lectures are recorded for subsequent viewing.
- July 14 | 12 – 1 p.m.
“MIN-CIN’g the Genome: Microsatellite Instability drives Chromosome Instability” by Andre Nussenzweig, Ph.D., National Cancer Institute Center for Cancer Research
- July 16 | 12 – 1 p.m.
“Transcription of the genome: mechanisms and regulatory strategies” by Patrick Cramer, Ph.D., Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
Experimental Models of Human Cancer
About: Presented by The Jackson Laboratory, the will deliver cutting-edge learning material into an intensive, virtual training period. The program combines seminars from leaders in cancer genetics, cancer cell biology, emerging animal models of human cancers, and cancer immunology and therapy with workshop-based learning opportunities including computational workshops.
The program is a combination of on-demand lectures enhanced by virtual live panel discussions, workshops, Q&A sessions and interactive poster sessions. Participants will interact directly with faculty, JAX Cancer Center scientists, patient advocates and medical oncologists to gain broad exposure and knowledge as it relates to human cancer.