De 14e editie van het Thoracic Oncology Winter Symposium vindt plaats op zaterdag 20 January 2018 in Gent. Registreren kan reeds via deze link.
14th Thoracic Oncology Winter Symposium
Programme 20 January 2018
09.00 Registration with coffee and croissants
Veerle Surmont, UZ Ghent
09.35 Keynote Lecture: Is more postoperative surveillance better? Results of IFCT 0302.
Virginie Westeel, Besançon, France
10.00 Voting session
Thomas Malfait, UZ Ghent
Session 1: Oligometastatic disease: Controversies and challenges
Chair: Jan van Meerbeeck
10.10 Oligometastatic NSCLC: is there a role for a multidisciplinary approach?
Annemarie Dingemans, Maastricht UMC+
10.30 SBRT for oligometastases: evidence from clinical trials to real life.
Yolande Lievens, UZ Ghent
11.00 Coffee break
Session 2: Immuno-onco: what’s new?
Chairs: Karim Vermaelen, Marc van Eijkeren
11.30 I/O and radiotherapy: more than the abscopal effect?
Dirk DeRuysscher, Maastro Clinic, NL
11.55 Checkpoint inhibition in lung cancer : where do we go from here?
Joachim Aerts, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam
Session 3: Challenges in oncogene addicted NSCLC
Chairs: Thomas Malfait, Annelies Janssens
12.20 Uncommon driver mutations in NSCLC: are they targetable?
Joop de Langen, NKI, NL
12.40 ALK positive NSCLC: do we (pseudo-)progress?
Sanjay Popat, Royal Marsden, UK
Jan van Meerbeeck, UZ Antwerp
13.10 Walking lunch
Congress center ‘t Pand
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This symposium will be of special interest for pulmonologists, radiation oncologists, thoracic surgeons, medical oncologists, pathologists, and investigators interested in thoracic oncology.
Registration fee is EUR 50 (EUR 30 for ASO’s), and is including admission to the meeting, programme/abstract book, break, lunch buffet and certificate of attendance. For questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Written cancellations received via email@example.com before Friday, 5 January 2018 will be refunded less EUR 15 administration costs.