Brain cancer is one of modern medicine’s greatest mysteries and biggest challenges. At ABC2, we work side-by-side with researchers who are willing to venture into the unknown, take risks and provide maps and knowledge for others to follow.
Join us for a brain cancer research panel co-moderated by Max Wallace, President & CEO, ABC2, and Don Lo, PhD, Director, Center for Drug Discovery at Duke University Medical Center, with a reception to follow.
For those unable to attend in person at the National Geographic Grosvenor Auditorium, a LIVE WEBCAST of the discussion is scheduled to begin at 6:00pm EDT.
ABC2 is pleased to present the stories of three pioneering researchers:
• Dr. Keith Ligon, MD, PhD, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute He pushes the limits of science and technology to bring robust genomic profiling to brain cancer patients.
• Dr. Greg Riggins, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins Medicine He discovered a parasite treatment that may help people with brain cancer.
• Dr. Catherine Flores, PhD, University of Florida She blazes new trails training the immune system to attack cancer cells.
Please join us afterwards to mingle with the researchers at a wine reception with heavy appetizers.
Business Casual Attire preferred
Free parking for all registered guests at the National Geographic Museum parking garage is available.
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2016 Salon Series Sponsored by Genentech