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Posted By Connections Editor, Friday, February 27, 2015
Updated: Monday, February 23, 2015

4th International Conference on Immunochemotherapy
Philadelphia, PA, USA-April 16-17, 2015
This meeting will bring together leaders in cross-disciplinary areas of cancer research that span basic and preclinical work on cancer microenvironment, immunology and drug discovery to translational studies and clinical trials on new therapeutic agents and combinations.

BIT's 8th World Cancer Congress
Beijing, China-May 15-17, 2015.
The congress consists of twelve cooperative, specialized programs tailored to highlight the latest and most exciting discoveries in every area of cancer research and it will provide a unique opportunity for researchers from all over the world to meet, network, and forge new scientific interactions.


Stem Cells in Drug Discovery - Cambridge Workshop Series
Cambridge, UK- June 2-3, 2015
Attendees to this meeting will benefit from the expert knowledge of leaders in stem cell research who are currently screening for efficacy and toxicity of experimental compounds using iPS cell lines. There will also be discussions involving industry and regulatory developments that are shaping the future of drug discovery.

American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy18th Annual Meeting
New Orleans, LA, USA-May 13-16, 2015
This is the largest gene and cell therapy conference in the world, with 19 scientific symposia and attended by 1,700 of the world’s top researchers, clinicians, fellows, and trainees. This year's plenary lectures will be given by Drs. Steven Rosenberg and Anthony Atala.

International Society for Stem Cell Research-2015 Annual Meeting
Stockholm, Sweden-June 24-27, 2015
The meeting provides an opportunity for scientists, clinicians, educators and industry professionals to share new data, learn from peers, and discover global advances within the stem cell field. 

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