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1st EBMT-EHA CAR-T Cell Workshop

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General Information

 
EBMT is excited to announce that it will organise its first CAR-T Cell Workshop jointly organised by EBMT and EHA, which will take place in Paris, France, on the 15th – 16th of February, 2019. The workshop aims at providing all types of healthcare professionals with the much needed educational support and practical information to safely administer CAR-T cells to a growing number of patients, both in Europe and worldwide. 

Experts with various backgrounds and expertise will share their knowledge about CAR-T cells and provide an overview of their current and future applications in cancer treatment, and how this translates in healthcare organizations.

The parallel sessions will cover the use of CAR-T cells in different types of cancer, the supply chain behind CAR-T cell therapy, the optimal care for patients undergoing this treatment, management of possible side effects and data collection. This event is ideal for physicians, nurses, researchers and data managers, and it is a great opportunity to broaden your knowledge of this revolutionary field, bringing new hopes to patients with life-threatening diseases.

Registration will open shortly.

We look forward to seeing you in Paris!

Organising Committee: 
Nicolaus Kroeger
Rafael Duarte 
Jurgen Kuball 
Christian Chabannon

Mohamad Mohty
Peter Bader
Arjan Lankester
Silvia Montoto
John Murray
John Snowden
Ibrahim Yakoub-Agha
Ulrike Koehl
Annalisa Ruggeri

 

Scientific Programme coming soon. 

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