From December 14 to December 15, the 9th International Conference on Tumor and Aging and the 5th Doctoral Forum of the School of Life Sciences and Technology hosted by the Key Laboratory of Molecular Biophysics of the Ministry of Education of the School of Life were successfully held online
The International Conference on Tumor and Aging is a large-scale cooperation and exchange meeting in this field organized by Professor Liu Jianfeng from the School of Life Sciences, Dr.
This online seminar still retains a very sense of ceremony.
Chinese Chairman Liu Jianfeng, Professor of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, French Chairman, Prevost Gregoire, President of CIPREVO, France, and Professor Sylvain Fisson, representative of Évry University in France, then welcomed the experts, scholars and students participating in the conference and kicked off the conference
Professor Liu Jianfeng expressed his warm welcome and sincere thanks to the guests
At the conference, experts in various fields at home and abroad brought wonderful academic reports at the forefront of the current field, which improved the participants' grasp of scientific research hotspots and promoted scientific research exchanges and thinking collisions in different fields
Professor Philippe Rondard of the French Institute of Functional Genomics introduced nanobodies used to study endogenous mGlu receptors; Professor Pierre Saintigny of the Lyon Cancer Center in France demonstrated personalized prevention methods for potential malignant diseases of the oral cavity; Professor Ralf Jockers introduced the key areas that mediate the functional selectivity of human melatonin MT1 receptor revealed by natural variants; Professor Gan Lu from the School of Life Sciences introduced a method of using metformin-loaded macrophage-derived microparticles to promote anti-PD- 1 Treatment method: Professor Jiang Xinnong from the School of Life Sciences introduced GABAB1e to promote the malignancy of human cancer cells by targeting tyrosine phosphatase PTPN12
In addition, this doctoral forum invited outstanding doctors from the School of Life Sciences to submit posters and make oral reports