(From left) Charles Swanton from the London Research Institute, Sean Morrison of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and Jeffrey Settleman of Genentech.
Thomas Kelly, Director of Sloan-Kettering Institute, introduces the 2012 Geoffrey Beene Graduate Students Fellows.
Emily Casey receives the 2012 Geoffrey Beene Graduate Student Fellowship award from Thomas Kelly, alongside her mentor David Scheinberg.
Charles Sawyers and Thomas Kelly present Neel Shah with the 2012 Geoffrey Beene Graduate Student Fellowship award.
Ted Kastenhuber receives the 2012 Geoffrey Beene Graduate Student Fellowship award from Thomas Kelly, alongside his mentor Scott Lowe.
Scott Lowe, Chair of the Geoffrey Beene Cancer Research Center, introduces the symposium speakers.
Sean Morrison presents on the topic of The Regulation of Melanoma Metastasis.
Charles Sawyers, Chair of the Human Oncology and Pathogenesis Program, during the Q&A session after Sean Morrison’s presentation.
Audience members listen intently to Charles Swanton’s presentation.
Charles Swanton presents on Intratumor Heterogeneity: Challenges and Opportunities in Personalized Medicine.
Symposium attendee Igor Vivanco asks a question during the Q&A session after Charles Swanton’s presentation.
Jeffrey Settleman of Genentech presents The Many Flavors of Resistance to Anti-Cancer Drugs.
Scott Armstrong (at microphone), a Member in the Human Oncology and Pathogenesis Program, and Alexander Rudensky, Chair of the Immunology Program, ask questions following Dr. Settleman’s talk.
Larry Norton, Deputy Physician-in-Chief for Breast Cancer Programs, and Scott Lowe speak with Mara Hutton, Vice President of the Geoffrey Beene Foundation.
Geoffrey Beene Cancer Research Center Executive Committee(From left) Scott Armstrong, Thomas Kelly, Charles Sawyers, Scott Lowe, G. Thompson Hutton, Craig Thompson, Joan Massagué, David Scheinberg, Alexander Rudensky, and Larry Norton. (Missing: Robert Wittes)