Obesity: A New Cancer Problem

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Event date :
Tuesday, July 3, 2018 - 12:00 to 17:00
Event Type :
Workshop
Categories
Location :
Level 4, Lowy Cancer Research Centre, UNSW Sydney
Open to :
All
Number of seats available :
100
Contact for bookings
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/obesity-a-new-cancer-problem-tickets-45283472084#tickets
Contact for inquiries
tcrn@unsw.edu.au

Rapid fire presentations from key leaders in the field and interactive panel discussion focusing on 3 areas:

1. Basic Science Research 
2. Clinical and Surgical Research 
3. Management in the community

OBESITY: A NEW CANCER PROBLEM WORKSHOP PROGRAM

Details: Level 4 Seminar Space, Lowy Cancer Research Centre, UNSW Sydney

Date: Tuesday, 3 July 2018

Time

Session

Topic

Presenter/Facilitator

12:00PM – 12:30PM

Registration opens

12:30PM – 12:45PM

Introduction

Welcome and introductions from TCRN

Professor David Goldstein, TCRN Director

12:45PM – 1:00PM

Setting the scene

Professor Bruce Neal

1:00PM – 1:40PM

Session One

Chair: TBC

Basic Science Research:

A Rapid Fire overview of the Randwick Precinct related work

Associate Professor Kyle Hoehn

Obesity modeling in the development of liver cancer

Dr Nadeem Kaakoush

Obesity-associated microbiomes: potential roles in cancer

Professor Kerry-Anne Rye

Obesity models and metabolism

Associate Professor Nigel Turner

Metabolic reprogramming as an anticancer strategy

1:40PM – 2:10PM

Panel Session One:

Facilitated by

Associate Professor Darren Saunders

Basic Science Research

Associate Professor Kyle Hoehn

Dr Nadeem Kaakoush

Professor Kerry-Anne Rye

Associate Professor Nigel Turner

2:10PM – 2:50PM

Session Two

Chair: TBC

Clinical and Surgical Research:

A Rapid Fire overview of the Randwick Precinct related work

Dr Barbara Depczynski

Managing Diabetes and Obesity in the clinic

Dr David Links

Surgical Approaches to obesity risk mitigation

Dr Adrian Sartoretto

Medical Approaches to Obesity

Associate Professor Amany Zekry

New Epidemic: Non Alcoholic Stetaosis secondary to Obesity and Hepatoma

2:50PM – 3:20PM

Panel Session Two:

Facilitated by

Associate Professor Chris White

Clinical and Surgical Research

Dr Barbara Depczynski

Dr David Links

Dr Adrian Sartoretto

Associate Professor Amany Zekry

3:20PM – 3:40PM

Afternoon tea

3:40PM – 4:20PM

Session Three

Chair: Dr Brendan Goodger

Management in the community:

A Rapid Fire overview of the Randwick Precinct related work

Scientia Professor Mark Harris

Managing Obesity in General Practice

Dr David Simar

Role of Exercise for Obesity management in Cancer patients

Dr Kate Webber

Survivorship: The challenge of identifying a teachable moment

Karen Johnston

Childhood cancer, metabolic syndrome and survivorship

4:20PM – 4:50PM

Panel Session Three:

Facilitated by

Ruth Lilian OAM

Management in the community

Scientia Professor Mark Harris

Dr David Simar

Dr Kate Webber

Karen Johnston

4:50PM – 5:00PM

Closing remarks

Professor David Goldstein

Cost
FREE

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