21st Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference

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10/11/20, 11:30 PM
Oceania/Australia AEST +10

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20:30

11 October 2020

Virtual Conference Opening

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Session - - 15.0 mins - Room 01

Join us for our Virtual Conference Opening.

20:45

11 October 2020

The Patrick C Walsh Lecture - Prostate Cancer Genetics in the 21st Century

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Session - Translational Science, Clinical Urology, Nursing & Allied Health - 45.0 mins - Room 01

 

Each year we recognise Professor Walsh for his contribution to research, innovation and as a pioneer in the treatment and diagnosis of prostate cancer. Professor Tony Costello and Professor Patrick Walsh will introduce this year's recipient - Professor Leonard Gomella .

 

Professor Leonard Gomella, the Bernard W. Godwin, Jr. Professor of Prostate Cancer and Chairman of the Department of Urology at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College and Senior Director for Clinical Affairs for the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson. Prof Gomella is involved in translational research in the development of new diagnostic techniques and treatments for prostate cancer. His team was first use molecular techniques to detect circulating tumor cells in prostate cancer in 1992 and has been co-chair of the first two international conferences on genetic testing for prostate cancer in 2017 and 2019. He is Urology Chair for NRG (RTOG) and past president of the Society of Urologic Oncology and Editor-in-Chief, Canadian Journal of Urology International.

 

20:45

Prostate Cancer Genetics in the 21st Century

Professor Leonard Gomella - Sidney Kimmel Medical College Thomas Jefferson University

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21:30

11 October 2020

Lunch - Proudly supported by AstraZeneca

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Session - - 60.0 mins - Room 01

An Opportunity to Connect and Chat with our Industry Partners

22:30

11 October 2020

Prostate Cancer In 2020

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Session - Nursing & Allied Health - 105.0 mins - Room 01

Presentations on the latest research developments from the key disciplines involved in the treatment and care of patients with Prostate Cancer.

 

This session is proudly supported by AstraZeneca

22:30

Top Nursing Papers in Prostate Cancer

Rachel Leaver - International Journal of Urological Nursing

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22:45

Research Update: Physiotherapy in Prostate Cancer

Professor Paul Hodges - The University of Queensland

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23:05

COFFEE BREAK - PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY AstraZeneca

An Opportunity to Connect with our Industry Sponsors

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23:15

The Community Voice in Cancer Survivorship: History, Hegemonies and Hope

Professor Suzanne Chambers - University of Technology Sydney

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23:35

Urological Management of Prostate Cancer in 2020

Associate Professor Nathan Lawrentschuk - Royal Melbourne Hospital

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23:55

Recent Developments of Exercise Oncology for Prostate Cancer

Professor Daniel Galvao - Edith Cowan University

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00:15

11 October 2020

Coffee Break - Proudly supported by Astellas

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Session - - 45.0 mins - Room 01

An Opportunity to Connect and Chat with our Industry Partners

01:00

11 October 2020

The Role of Genomics in the early detection and treatment of Prostate Cancer

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Session - Clinical Urology - 100.0 mins - Room 01

With almost 1 million new cases per year, prostate cancer is the most prevalent malignancy in men worldwide and causes about 300,000 deaths annually. In recent years, large-scale genomic sequencing projects have catalogued common genomic alterations, which enabled an improved molecular classification of prostate tumours and led to a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms driving the initiation and progression of the disease. In this session we will hear from world leaders in genomics.

01:00

Somatic Genetics and Implications for Care

Professor Oliver Sartor - Tulane Medical Centre

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01:20

Philadelphia Consensus Paper – Genomic testing and Prostate Cancer

Professor Leonard Gomella - Sidney Kimmel Medical College Thomas Jefferson University

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01:40

Practice Patterns related to Prostate Cancer Grading : Results of a 2019 Genitourinary Pathology Society (GUPS) Clinician Survey

Professor Jonathan Epstein - The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

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02:00

Genomics of Prostate Cancer Progression & Cancer Treatment Response

Professor Robert Bristow - The University of Manchester

Previous registration necessary?

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Simultaneous translation ?

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Will it be recorded?
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Virtual Conference Opening, The Patrick C Walsh Lecture - Prostate Cancer Genetics in the 21st Century, Prostate Cancer In 2020, The Role of Genomics in the early detection and treatment of Prostate Cancer, Wrap Up Opening Day

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Speakers

Tony Costello, Patrick Walsh, Leonard Gomella, Rachel Leaver, Paul Hodges, Suzanne Chambers, Nathan Lawrentschuk, Daniel Galvao, Oliver Sartor, Jonathan Epstein, Robert Bristow

 

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