American Society of Hematology Meeting on Lymphoma Biology
August 10-13, 2014 Colorado Springs, Colorado
The ASH Meeting on Lymphoma Biology is focused on basic and translational research in lymphoma and lymphoid malignancies. The goal of the meeting is to further the understanding of lymphoma pathogenesis and accelerate new therapies by providing a forum for scientific exchange and by developing a roadmap for lymphoma research. The meeting's objectives include:Establish a forum for the exchange of the state-of-science in basic and translational lymphoma research
Encourage networking among lymphoma researchers to enable more collaboration and synergy in the field
Foster collaboration and sharing of data and reagents among lymphoma researchers
Support relationships between academia and industry focused on chemical biology, immunotherapy, and other therapeutic approaches in the area of lymphoma
Establish a roadmap for lymphoma research to inform funding agencies and the public
The target audience for this meeting includes laboratory-based scientists, translational investigators, pharmaceutical scientists, and others interested in lymphoma science. The three-day meeting will include didactic sessions, abstract presentations, and interactive workshops/panel discussions.