OUS-CCC seminar 29/10 13-14 Aud AU1 Radiumhospitalet + Zoom: Jack Imbery & Knut Jørgen Labori

Jack Imbery, K.G. Jebsen Center for B-cell malignancies, Division of Laboratory Medicine (KLM):
CD45 Phosphatase Regulation: A Possible Novel Therapeutic Target in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia”

Knut Jørgen Labori, Department of HBP Surgery, Division of Surgery, Inflammatory Medicine, & Transplantation (KIT):
Clinical trials in pancreatic cancer - from one-size-fits-all to personalized therapy

Jack Imbery is a Postdoctoral researcher at K.G. Jebsen center for B-Cell Malignancies (UiO), working on B-Cell Receptor (BCR) signaling. He has his background from Neuroscience from US and regulation of calcium signaling pathways. His current focus is investigating how BCR signaling strength is controlled by T-cell dependent stimuli with a special emphasis on CD45 phosphatase activity both in healthy and malignant scenarios, in concert with Brit Nakken and Peter Szodoray, as well as center leader Ludvig Munthe.
Knut Jørgen Labori is Professor of Surgery at UiO and head of pancreatic surgery and the research group for pancreatic cancer at Department of HPB Surgery at OUS. His publications are in the areas of pancreas, liver and biliary surgery, surgical oncology, as well as basic science research in the field of surgical oncology.  He is the principal investigator of two ongoing trials on neoadjuvant chemotherapy in resectable (Norpact-1) and borderline resectable/locally advanced pancreatic cancer (Norpact-2). He coordinates and is a supervisor of several MD-PhD students who perform clinical and translational studies in the fields of pancreatic cancer and HPB surgery.

The seminar will also be available via Zoom (please use full name):


Meeting ID: 665 9446 2175

Passcode: 900875 

On behalf of CCC Research Board

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Pancreatic Cancer Research Group, led by Knut J. Labori

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