4th International Conference on Malignant Salivary Gland Tumors


Services Provided: Full Service Planning

Budget Management, Venue Logistics and Contract/Price Negotiations, Abstract Collection, Poster Coordination, Speaker Management and Travel Arrangements, Promotion, Publicity, and Marketing, Program Graphic Design, Exhibit and Sponsorship Acquisition and Coordination, Food and Beverage Planning, Set Up and Break Down, Program and Speaker Evaluations, Speaker Expense Reimbursement, Comprehensive Review, CME Credit and Certificate Administration

Client Since: 2017

Average Attendance: 60

The 4th International Conference on Malignant Salivary Gland Tumors was held on October 19-20, 2017 at the University of Florida Cancer/Genetics Research Complex. The conference focused on the primary goal of bringing together clinicians and basic scientists to foster new ideas, experiments, and clinical trial opportunities for patients with salivary gland cancers. There are new genetically engineered mouse models largely unpublished for both adenoid cystic cancer and for mucoepidermoid cancer and this is an important time to bring together all participants to maximize collaborations and accelerate progress. There are new opportunities for studying salivary gland development and stem cells for understanding tumorigenesis and resistance to cancer treatments. This conference has a history and track record for inclusion of young investigators and fostering mentorship, collaborations, and sharing of reagents and patient related resources that is highly regarded among participants.