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Rogel members present at upcoming AACR meeting

Date Visible: 
03/29/2022 - 12:15pm

Media contact: Anna Megdell734-764-2220

AACR Conference Logo - conference is in New Orleans

More than 40 Rogel Cancer Center-led research efforts will be presented during the AACR Annual Meeting 2022, which runs April 8-13 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, and online.

You can help amplify the reach and impact of your colleagues’ work by tweeting using #AACR22 and tagging @UMRogelCancer.

Presenter information is sometimes incomplete. If your session is missing, please email the abstract link to [email protected]..

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SY47 - Minorities in Cancer Research Scientific Symposium: Opportunities to Leverage Legislation and Policies in Addressing Cancer Disparities - John Carethers, Invited Speaker

10:15 AM – 11:45 AM, Room 220-222

SY29 - The application of artificial intelligence in pathology and issues related to deployment, clinical validation, and regulation - Liron Pantanowitz

1:00 PM – 1:20 PM, Room 343-345

3592 - Targeting SWI/SNF ATPases in enhancer-addicted human cancers - Abhijit Parolia

3:20 PM – 3:35 PM, La Nouvelle Orleans C

FO08 - What Is the Causal Link between Race and Early Onset of Colon Cancer? - John Carethers, Moderator and Presenter

5:00 PM – 6:30 PM, New Orleans Theater A

FO08 - Changing epidemiology of CRC: Genetics, geography, and other sociodemographic risk factors - Elena Stoffel

5:10 PM – 5:25 PM, New Orleans Theater A

Posters 9:00 AM-12:30 PM

2792 / 3 - On-chip evaluation of cancer cell-extracellular vesicle interactions using a novel microfluidic microsystem (CellExoChip) Kruthi Srinivasa Raju, et al. (Yoon-Tae Kang presenting)

CT208 / 8 - Feasibility, acceptability, and evaluation of a self-care app to enhance purposeful living among ovarian cancer patients (NCT04458168) - Aliya Alimujiang, et al.

2697 / 12 - Inhibition of estrogen receptor signaling as a strategy for radiosensitization of ER+ breast cancers - Anna R. Michmerhuizen, et al.

2241 / 23 - Evaluating anal cancer screening approaches in high-risk populations in Puerto Rico - Kandyce G. Keller, et al.

2211 / 11 - Cervical cancer screening and vaccination acceptability and attitudes amongst Arab American women in southeastern Michigan - Lilah Khoja, et al.

2248 / 2 - Environmental factors associated with residual disease after ovarian cancer primary cytoreduction surgery - Minh Tung Phung, et al.

2538 / 5 - Role of Argonaute 2 in regulation of immune microenvironment in pancreatic cancer Jennifer Hon, et al.

2476 / 2 - Spatiotemporal analyses of preclinical glioma models reveal 'oncostreams' as dynamic fascicles regulating tumor mesenchymal transformation, invasion, and malignancy - Andrea Comba, et al.

Posters 1:30-5:00 PM

3383 / 11 - Circular RNAs as non-invasive diagnostic biomarkers for prostate cancer Palak Shah, et al.

3340 / 18 - Small molecule mediated stabilization of PP2A modulates the homologous recombination pathway and potentiates DNA damage-induced cell death - Rita A. Avelar, et al.

3341 / 19 - Synthetic lethality by targeting ribonucleotide reductase in PP2A deficient uterine serous carcinoma - Caitlin M. O’Connor, et al.

3274 / 16 - Targeting NSD family histone methyltransferase activity with irreversible inhibitors - Christina Howard, et al.

3307 / 5 - Multiomics analysis to uncover the mechanism of radiosensitization of AR-positive triple negative breast cancers with AR inhibition - Anna R. Michmerhuizen, et al.

3571 / 21 - Prevention of non-small cell lung cancer with kras mutation using a novel peptide vaccine - Suhe Wang, et al.

2966 / 14 - The epigenetic reader function of the YEATS domain in MLL-ENL fusion critically affects leukemic stem cell frequency in MLL-ENL leukemia - Hsiangyu Hu, et al.

3030 / 18 - Integrated in vitro and in silico screening of breast cancer reveals serine metabolism as a precision oncology target - Mark Daniel Slayton, et al.

3072 / 8 - Functional assays of drug sensitivity in real-time from patient material for precision oncology in bladder cancer - Nathan M. Merrill, et al.

3189 / 16 - Characterization of secretory cues that promote brain metastasis using a microfluidic blood brain niche (BBN) device - Christopher Ryan Oliver, et al.

April 13