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Cell Signalling and its Therapeutic Implications

Date  Friday, 21st May from 08:30 - 18:30 AEST
Date  Online
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This is the fourth conference in the Cell Signalling and its Therapeutic Implications (CSTI) series, traditionally held
on the Mornington Peninsula just outside Melbourne. The meeting focuses on outstanding signalling work and
its translation into the clinic, and also involves presentation of the Lackmann Award for Translational Research in honour of
the late Martin Lackmann, a leader in Eph receptor signalling and member of our Department.

This year, CSTI-2021 will be held in a virtual format on Friday the 21st of May.

An internationally renowned group of experts from North America, Europe and Australia
will speak at what promises to be memorable and rewarding meeting.

We hope you'll join us online.

CSTI Organising Committee
Roger Daly
Lan Nguyen
Antonella Papa
Danielle Rika
Sefi Rosenbluh
Renea Taylor
Tony Tiganis
Lee Wong



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Speakers
 

This year we have a great line up of speakers including international experts .

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Program
Friday 21st May 2021

The online conference will commence at 8:30am AEST.
Topics include:
Cancer Cell Signalling · Kinases & Phosphatases · Cancer Therapies

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Presentation

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