McARDLE 75th ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM ON CANCER

Friday, May 22, 2015
9:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Health Sciences Learning Center and McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Schedule:

8:30 AM – Atrium HSLC
Registration

9:00 AM – 1345 HSLC
Opening Remarks
Paul F. LambertDirector, McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research

New Developments in Cancer Detection:
15-PGDH: A Target and a Regulator in Cancer PreventionSandy Markowitz, Case Western Reserve Advances in Oncologic Imaging at UW- Perry Pickhardt, UW Radiology
Computational Models for Improved Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Decision-MakingElizabeth Burnside, UW Radiology
Colon Cancer Screening Through Tumor-Derived DNA - Graham Lidgard, CSO, Exact Sciences
A New Era of One Hour Proteome Analysis - Joshua Coon, UW Chemistry

11:30 AM – Atrium HSLC
Poster Session and Lunch

1:00 PM – 1306 HSLC
Bert Vogelstein (Johns Hopkins / HHMI) (by digital link)
Cancer Wars and the Role of Prevention

1:45 PM – 1306 HSLC
Panel Discussion:
How can powerful new detection and analysis approaches advance cancer understanding and management?
Moderator: Sandy Markowitz
Panel: Bert Vogelstein, Perry Pickhardt, Graham Lidgard, Joshua Coon

Break

3:00 PM
Harold Rusch Memorial Keynote Lecture:
Eric Lander (Broad / MIT / Harvard)
The 35-year Journey of Genomic Medicine

Break

4:30-6:00 PM – McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research (WIMR II)
Reception

6:30 PM – Atrium HSLC
Dinner