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Ludwig Oxford researchers present their research to the Oxford cancer community

A photo of the stage set for the CRUK Oxford Centre symposium with the slide reading "Welcome to the Oxford Centre Symsposium 2019"

The 8th Annual CRUK Oxford Centre Symposium was held on 28th June 2019 at the Saïd Business School, Oxford. The day consisted of a varied programme of presentations, ranging from cancer big data to cancer immune responses, and ended with a keynote talk from Prof. Tak Mak from the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto. Ludwig Oxford’s Philip Macklin from Peter Ratcliffe’s group presented a joint talk with Joshua Bell (Mathematical Institute) on the development and validation of a digital pathology pipeline to better characterise the spatial distribution of immune cell infiltrates in cancer.

 

A photo of Philip Macklin presenting at the CRUK Oxford Centre symposium. His slide shows a Venn diagram with 4 centrally overlapping circles containing the text (clockwise from top):

 

In addition to the talks, the breadth of cancer research at Oxford was showcased by 49 poster presentations. These included posters from Ludwig Oxford researchers Paolo Spingardi and Ashvina Segaran (Kriaucionis lab), Yurena Vivas Garcia and Pakavarin Louphrasitthiphol (Goding lab) and Ivy Xiong (Bond lab).

A photo of Pakavarin Louphrasitthiphol presenting his research poster Two members of Skirmantas Kriaucionis' lab standing in front of their research poster

A photo of a student presenting their research poster

A photo of Yurena Vivas Garcia presenting her research poster

 

The successful day finished with a networking drinks reception.