9th February 2017

Brunei Gallery, SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

Registration Fees:

Consultants: £120 + VAT
Trainees or Nurses: £100 + VAT


How recent advances in diagnostics are now influencing clinical practice in the era of “precision medicine”

Robert Marcus, King’s College Hospital London
David Linch, University College London

Registration, tea, coffee and pastries

Session 1:

09.20 Welcome and introduction

Robert Marcus
King’s College Hospital, London

09.30 Precision medicine applied to lymphomas Anna Schuh
Oxford Molecular Diagnostics Centre
10.15 Q & A in CLL
10.45 Coffee
Session 2:
11.15 Acute Myeloid Leukaemia

Steve Knapper
Cardiff University

11.45 Discussion – is there still a place for transplant in APML?
What options are emerging for AML relapsing post-transplant
Steve Knapper and David Linch
12.00 Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia

Debby Yallop
King’s College Hospital London

12.30 Myelodysplastic Syndromes

Austin Kulasekararaj
King’s College Hospital London

13.00 Lunch
Session 3:
14.00 High Grade Lymphoma

Andy Davies
University of Southampton

14.30 Low Grade Lymphoma

Kate Cwynarski
University College Hospitals London

Discussion- focus on GALLIUM How are results going to affect UK practice? Panel:
Robert Marcus, Andy Davies and David Linch
15.15 Hodgkin’s Report from 10th ISHL Cologne

Andrew McMillan
Nottingham University Hospital

15.40 Coffee
Session 4:
16.10 Myeloproliferative Disorders

Claire Harrison
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London

Multiple Myeloma

Graham Jackson
NCCC, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle

Late-breaking news and scientific breakthroughs

David Linch
University College Hospital, London

17.30 Close