BEFORE JULY 15:

STUDENT (undergraduate, Masters, predoctoral) and Fellows (postdoctoral and clinical): $150
OTHER ATTENDEES: $250

AFTER JULY 15:

STUDENT (undergraduate, Masters, predoctoral) and Fellows (postdoctoral and clinical): $250
OTHER ATTENDEES: $350

 

On behalf of the International Consortium for Advancing Research on Triple-Negative Breast Cancer (ICART), a newly formed coalition of breast cancer researchers from around the world, we are honored to invite you to the First International TNBC Conference: Illuminating Actionable Biology in TNBC, September 18-20, in Atlanta, GA, USA. Georgia State University is proud to host this conference with the support of Emory Glenn Family Breast Cancer.

 

This two-day conference will bring together the brightest minds in breast cancer research to discuss burning questions regarding the complex biology of TNBC, prognostic/predictive biomarkers, and treatment regimens for TNBC. The conference will serve our shared mission to transform clinical management of the disease and ameliorate racial disparity in breast cancer outcomes, through collaborative, synergistic research based on our complimentary resources and areas of expertise.

 

Registration costs include: attendance at all talks; conference materials; all meals on Day 1; and, breakfast, lunch, and coffee on Day 2. Registration costs DO NOT include airfare or accommodations.

 

With warm regards,

 

Ritu Aneja, PhD — Conference Chair
Professor of Cancer Biology
Distinguished University Professor
Director, Graduate Studies in Biology
Director, The MBD (Molecular Basis of Disease) Program
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA, USA

 

Emad Rakha, MD, PhD, FRCPath — Conference Co-Chair
Chair, Department of Histopathology

University of Nottingham
School of Medicine
Division of Oncology
Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham, UK

 

Mylin Torres, MD — Conference Co-Chair

Director of the Glenn Family Breast Center

Louisa and Rand Glenn Family Chair in Breast Cancer Research

Associate Professor

Department of Radiation Oncology

Winship Cancer Institute

Emory University School of Medicine

Specialty: Breast Cancer