This 3rd edition of Cancer and Metabolism symposium will be held in Marseille, April 1st-2nd 2019 and will cover various topics including the impact of environmental disruptors on metabolic reprogramming, signaling associated with metformin/biguanides treatments, the role of the microenvironment on the tumor metabolic switch as well as new metabolic approaches for translational strategy. Four main sessions will be organized to highlight recent discoveries of recognized experts in their respective fields through lectures and selected abstracts for oral communications.
The success of the last editions prompted us to elaborate an exciting new scientific program that will address new topics or will give an up-to-date of recent advances in the field through communications of unpublished data and organization of discussions.
This 3rd edition will be under the auspices of the Canceropoles PACA, GSO, and Clara which have been promoting for 15 years now French research projects and ensure connections with researchers and clinicians. We invite you to join us for this 3rd edition and we look forward to share with you not only scientific discussion but also sightseeing in Marseille, the “must to see” place in Provence, south of France.
The organizing committee
Awards for travel grants (500 €)
Please send the following documents by email to email@example.com.
Summary of the submitted project, CV, letter of motivation, PI support letter.
Researchers : 230€ / 250€
Student & Post doc : 120€ / 150€
Dinner (researcher) : 50€
Dinner (student) : 40€
Deadline : February 1st, 2019
Frédéric Bost, C3M, Nice Nathalie Mazure, IRCAN, Nice Rodrigue Rossignol, MRGM, Bordeaux
Alice Carrier, CRCM, Marseille Jean-Ehrland Ricci, C3M, Nice Jean-Emmanuel Sarry, CRCT, Toulouse
Laurent Le Cam, IRCM, Montpellier Stéphane Rocchi, C3M, Nice Sophie Vasseur, CRCM, Marseille
Information & Organisation Congress venue Hotels near the Palais du Pharo
Com&Co, Étienne Jarry Palais du Pharo
15, Bd Grawitz 58, Bd Charles Livon Parking near the Palais du Pharo
13016 Marseille, France 13007 Marseille, France
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