Events Tumor Microenvironments: Mechanisms and Therapeutic Implications 6th Annual Symposium Share Print Additional Information View flyer. View agenda. Date & Time(s) Friday, July 19, 2019 - 8:30 AM Location Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Zuckerman Research Center 417 East 68th Street New York, NY 10065 Host(s) Ming Li Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Vivek Mittal Weill Cornell Medicine Registration Details DO NOT USE THIS FORM TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT. Please email abstract submissions and poster titles to: TMENYCSYMPOSIUM@gmail.com To assure attendance, register early. Meetings can fill before the deadline. Deadline for Registration, Abstract Submission, and Submitting Poster Title is June 21, 2019 Speaker(s) First Name Last Name Talk Title Julio Aguirre-Ghiso Adult stem cell niches and primed pluripotency regulate disseminated cancer cell dormancy Direna Alonso Curbelo The epigenetic control of epithelial – immune crosstalk during pancreatic tumorigenesis Dafna Bar-Sagi Cell & Tissue Dynamics in Pancreatic Cancer Brian Brown Investigating mechanisms of cancer sensitivity to immune editing Juan Cubillos-Ruiz Unfolding anti-cancer immunity: new roles for ER stress sensors in the tumor microenvironment Mikala Egeblad Neutrophils activated during inflammation drive metastasis Douglas Fearon The CXCL12/CXCR4 pathway of cancer immune suppression Paul Frenette A new mechanism for acute myeloid leukemia cell clearance via innate immunity Elaine Fuchs Tumor Stem Cells: The Game of Evading Therapeutics Arnold Han T cell function and TCR repertoire of tumor-infiltrating T cells: lessons from single cell analysis Ming Li Immune Modulation of the Tumor Microenvironment: to Heal “the Wounds that Do Not Heal” Joan Massague Origins and evolution of metastasis-initiating cells Vivek Mittal Radiation induced immune reprogramming in lung cancer Dana Pe’er A Single Cell Lens into Tumor Heterogeneity, Metastasis and Tumor Ecosystems Susan Schwab No exit: SPNS2 and T cell circulation Status message Registration deadline passed.