No registration or fee is required|
to attend the symposium
However, you must register your poster
Participate in the 6th Annual Lurie Cancer Center Symposium & 25th Annual Scientific Poster Session to display your work, socialize with your peers, network with other researchers, and learn about your colleagues' cancer-related research.
The symposium, chaired by Cara J. Gottardi, PhD, will feature presentations from graduate students and post-doctoral fellows from various labs. A Keynote lecture will be given by Andrea McClatchey, who developed the first mouse model for neurofibromatosis type 2 (merlin) and continues to work on how this protein organizes signaling complexes at the cell cortex relevant to EGFR and Hippo/Warts signaling.
The poster session, which will take place immediately following the symposium, will feature the work of students and postdoctoral fellows from the laboratories of Lurie Cancer Center members on Northwestern's Evanston or Chicago campuses.
Contact Denise Marshall at email@example.com or 312.695.1392.