Online Event: Imaging Technology to Fight Drug Resistance in Cancer
Drug resistance is a major challenge for cancer therapy. 2D cells are frequently used to study how cancer cells behave in response to drugs, unfortunately they do not provide an accurate representation of how cancer cells behave inside the human body in a 3D context. 3D cell models have been developed that more accurately mimic the tumour environment. However, it is difficult to image and study 3D cells using conventional microscopes, the MACH3CANCER Accelerator project is building the technology required to image these 3D cells.
The purpose of this event is to promote the MACH3CANCER Accelerator project, share knowledge on the advancements in imaging technology, including how it will aid us in discovering new, more effective drugs for cancer.
Our speakers include researchers and our patient advocates. There will also be time for questions from the audience following speakers.
A full programme for the event can be found on the Eventbrite page.
When and where?
Thursday 24th June 2021
15.00 - 16.30 BST
This is a free online event. Click the register via Eventbrite button at the top of the page to register. Details on how to join the event will be shared with registered attendees in advance of the event.
Online Event: Imaging Technology to Fight Drug Resistance in Cancer Discussion
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