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DNA Tumour Virus 2022

Join us in Cambridge for DNA TVM 2022 

The DNA Tumour Virus Meeting (DNA TVM) brings together a diverse group of researchers with shared research interests in the study of DNA tumour viruses. 

These viruses include the polyomaviruses, papillomaviruses, and adenoviruses which have proved to be invaluable models in understanding cancer progression. These specific viruses are clinically important pathogens that in some cases cause cancer in humans, the most notable example being the human papillomaviruses (HPV) that are the cause of virtually all cervical cancer cases. Research on DNA tumour viruses continues to advance rapidly and this meeting provides a major forum for the dissemination of these findings with scientists from around the world. The DNA TV Meeting has occurred for over five decades and showcases remarkable discoveries in the molecular biology and cancers caused by these viruses. 

This year meeting will be held in Churchill College at the University of Cambridge from July 24th - 30th, 2022. Churchill College has a long history as a venue for this meeting and we look forward to welcoming you for DNA TVM 2022.

Scientific Organising Committee

Jo Parish  Institute of Cancer and Genomic Sciences, University of Birmingham

Andrew MacDonald School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Leeds

Sheila Graham Institute of Infection, Immunity, and Inflammation, University Glasgow

Colin Crump  Department of Pathology,  University of Cambridge, UK

John Doorbar Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge, UK

 

Local Organising Committee

Alberto Giaretta, Caroline Walker, John Doorbar

For enquiries please contact us at dnatvm2022@path.cam.ac.uk