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We are pleased to share CECOB 2022, our oncology clinical trials convention in Barcelona

Since achieving the best care for cancer patients requires excellent clinical research, we have prepared a first-class scientific program.

Throughout the day, you will have the chance to attend sessions in person or through streaming , which we have distributed into four varied segments. These segments will address clinical research from the point of view of various renowned speakers. In addition, new oncology research projects will be presented, and one will be selected for an award.

CECOB 2022 will be a meeting point for healthcare professionals, patients, industry, and associations and an excellent opportunity to learn and share experiences in the field of oncology clinical trials.

We look forward to seeing you there!

20 MAYO’ 22 CECOB BARCELONA & TRRF

Program

May 20th of 2022 de 9am – 7pm

Technical and Technological aspects (9am-10:30am)

Diego Cortinovis, San Gerardo Hospital Success case: Set up a clinical trial unit

Max Hardy-Werbin, Trialing Management of clinical trials: site point of view

Jaime Ballester, Experior Decentralized clinical trials

Miren Taberna, Savana Artificial intelligence

The Patient: Key Figure (11am-1pm)

Daniela Morales, Affimed Minority groups and clinical trials

Ainhoa Videgain, UOMI Cancer Center Beyond protocols: The importance of taking care of the relationship between professional and patient

Xavier Cañas, Vall d’Hebron Research Institute Patient Involvement in clinical trials: essential role

Joan Font, Pacient Patient perspective

Josep Heredia, The Ricky Rubio Foundation Studies initiated by associations

Round Table with Ricky Rubio- The Patient’s Voice Patients, family members, associations and doctors will discuss different aspects of patient participation in clinical trials

Ethical – Regulatory Affairs (2:45pm-4:30pm)

Jaume Mora, Sant Joan de Déu Hospital Children participation in oncology clinical trials

Elena Garralda, Vall d’Hebron Institute of Oncology New models: adaptive trials

Keunchill Park, Samsung Medical Center Investigator initiated trials (IITs)

Fernando Mora, Universitat de Autònoma de Barcelona Biosimilars

Christian Rolfo, Mount Sinai Liquid biopsy in clinical trials

Future (4:45pm-7pm)

Juan José Torrent,Quénet Torrent Institute Challenges and opportunities: Oncological surgery clinical trials

Julian R. Molina, Mayo Clinic Personalized medicine challenge

Valérie Gabarre, OSE Immunotherapeutics Progression to check point inhibitors

Manel Esteller, Instituto de la Investigación contra la Leucemia Josep Carreras Epigenetic drugs in oncology Clinical trials

Carlos Cabrera, UOMI Cancer Center Closure

“The collaboration of all those involved in the development of clinical trials is essential to advance research into new cancer therapies and to learn new aspects about cancer.”
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Ricky Rubio

Professional Baskeball Player

“Thanks to clinical trials, 64 new therapies have been approved to treat cancer in the last 5 years”
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Dr. Santiago Viteri

UOMI Cancer Center

Location

How to get there

CaixaForum Barcelona
Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 6-8
08038
Barcelona

TRANSPORTATION

SUBWAY
Lines: L3 y L1 (Stop: Plaça Espanya)

BUS
Lines 13, 150 (Stop: Avinguda Ferrer i Guàrdia / Mèxic)
Lines 13, 23, 46, 52, 65, 79, 91, 109, 150, 165, H12, H16, D20, D40, V7 (Stop Plaça d’Espanya)

FGC
Libnes L8, S3. S4, S8, S9, R5, R50, R6, R60 (Stop: Plaça Espanya)

CONTACT: If you have any doubt or concert,contact us at [email protected]

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