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'Meet the Author' webinar "Lymph node colonization induces tumor-immune tolerance to promote distant metastasis" with Prof. Edgar G. Engleman and Dr. Nathan E. Reticker-Flynn
The European Association for Cancer Research invites you to join this free virtual event, exclusively available to EACR members, hosted by Prof. Edgar G. Engleman and Dr. Nathan E. Reticker-Flynn, alongside Dr Alexandra Boitor (EACR Scientific Officer)

Format:
A 60-minute webinar with Prof. Edgar G. Engleman and Dr. Nathan E. Reticker-Flynn with plenty of time for participants to submit typed questions. Participants will not be visible but will have the opportunity to use their microphones to ask questions verbally if they choose to.

Programme:
This 30-minute presentation is by Prof. Edgar G. Engleman and Dr. Nathan E. Reticker-Flynn from Stanford University. Edgar and Nathan study the biology of immune cells and their roles in the pathogenesis of cancers. Their recent work, published in Cell and featured in our Highlights in cancer research article, combines systems approaches, genomic tools, and mouse models and seeks to identify the underpinnings of tumour-specific tolerance induction during lymph node metastasis. This webinar aims to discuss in great detail their most recent paper "Lymph node colonization induces tumor-immune tolerance to promote distant metastasis” and we are looking forward to hearing any ‘behind the scene’ stories from their research.

Q&A: Participants will be able to type questions throughout the talk, and you will be able to ‘upvote’ questions you’d like to be answered.

Time Zone: CET – Central European Time. UTC+1
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Participants: Places are only open to EACR members

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