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Oxford Centre for Haematology Annual Meeting
Monday 1 July @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
The second annual meeting of the Oxford Centre for Haematology will take place on 1 July 2019 at St John’s College, Oxford (8:30am to 5pm followed by a networking reception). This year’s Annual Meeting will have series of talks from local, national and international speakers highlighting how haematology is being transformed by combining step changes in science and medicine. All research and clinical colleagues, early career researchers, trainees, nursing, pharmacy and administrative colleagues are welcome.
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Trista North (Harvard Stem Cell Institute) Extrinsic regulation of haematopoietic stem cell production in the vertebrate embryo
Leïla Perié (Institut Curie) Family matters: the role of single cell families in haematopoiesis
Peter Campbell (Cambridge Stem Cell Institute) Somatic mutations in normal tissues
Mario Buono (Oxford) Membrane Kit ligand is required for in vivo progression of triple negative breast cancer: a lesson from the thymus
Anindita Roy (Oxford) Discovery of a CD10 negative B-progenitor in human fetal life identifies unique ontogeny-related developmental programs
William Lane (Harvard) bloodTyper: Blood group genotyping from SNP arrays to whole genomes
Edward Tuddenham (Royal Free Hospital) Gene therapy for Haemophilia
Andy King (Oxford) The regulation of ζ-globin expression
Anjali Kusumbe (Oxford) Age-related angiocrine signals in bone homeostasis and disease
Louis Staudt (National Cancer Institute) Precision therapy of lymphoma guided by genomics
Ronjon Chakraverty (University College London) Graft-versus-host disease and horror autotoxicus
Catherine Garnett (Oxford) Transforming mutations in myeloid leukaemia of Down Syndrome
Our patients – in their own words (Noémi Roy)
Benjamin Ebert (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute) The biology of myeloid neoplasia: from clonal hematopoiesis to acute leukemia