Melanoma Center Symposium

Annual Symposium

The first Annual Melanoma Mini-symposium was held in 2002. We have since, hosted eleven mini-symposiums and this event has grown into a premium events hosting world recognized keynote speakers, attended by more than 175 people in 2014 and attracting researchers clinicians, patients, students and the public at large.

The Mini-symposium also provides outreach to the community through education and increasing awareness about the disease. This event also provides local schools with an opportunity to expose their students to translational science.
 
The  Fourteenth Annual Mini-symposium on Skin Cancer is scheduled for May 18, 2015.  This year the focus of the mini-symposium is "Integrating Animlas for Better Cancer Therapy".  Keynote speaker, Dr. Clemens Krepler, M.D., of the Wistar Institute, will present "Growing Patient Tumors in Mice to Select More Effective Therapy for Humans". 
 
The mini-symposium is open to the public.
 
For further details please contact Teah Batdorf at cbatdorf@hmc.psu.edu or click here