Johns Hopkins Cancer Biotech 2007 Conference

Martin Pomper, associate professor of Radiology at Johns Hopkins University and an executive comittee member of the Institute for NanoBioTechnology, will be among the featured Johns Hopkins faculty presenters at the Cancer Biotech 2007 Conference: “Investing in Cancer Research: Crossing the Translational Divide,“ Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2007 at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center Owens Auditorium.

Pomper will present the talk “PET Imaging and the Emergence of New Biomarkers: Implications for Capital Efficiency for Drug Development“ at an afternoon session.

Also during a morning panel session, “Discovery-based Forecasts: The Near Future in Cancer Research, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention,“ professor of Oncology at JHU and INBT affiliated faculty member Kenneth Kinzler will discuss genetic mapping.

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