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Session 7: CXCR4 WHIM mutations and WM Pathogenesis

The following abstracts represent the presentations given at IWWM-9 (Amsterdam-2016), Session 7: CXCR4 WHIM mutations and WM Pathogenesis:

Session Chair: Zachary Hunter (USA)

What implications does the clonal architecture of CXCR4 mutations have for WM pathogenesis? L. Xu (USA)

Do CXCR4 mutations impact disease presentation in WM? J. Schmidt (Germany)

What are the functional consequences of CXCR4 WHIM mutations in WM? A. Roccaro (Italy)

What role does BTK play in CXCR4 signaling? S. Chen (USA)

Special Lecture: How can we target the CXCL12-CXCR4 axis in oncology patients? S. Scala (Italy)

Amsterdam 2016 (IWWM-9)

Amsterdam 2016 Organizers

  • MJ Kersten MD, Ph.D (U. Amsterdam)
  • Monique Minnema MD, Ph.D (UMC Utrecht)
  • Steven Pals MD, Ph.D (U. Amsterdam)
  • Steven Treon MD, Ph.D (Dana-Farber)
  • Chris Patterson - Secretariat (Dana-Farber)

The Amsterdam 2016 Scientific Committee members:

Stephen Ansell MD, PhD (USA)
Christian Buske MD, PhD (Germany)
Jorge Castillo MD (USA)
Meletios Dimopoulos MD (Greece)
Ramón García-Sanz MD, PhD (Spain)
Marie Jóse Kersten MD, PhD (Netherlands)
Douglas E Joshua AM (Australia)
Véronique Leblond MD (France)
Xavier Leleu MD, PhD (France)
Mary McMaster MD, PhD (USA)
Giampaolo Merlini MD (Italy)
Monique Minnema MD, PhD (Netherlands)
Enrica Morra MD (Italy)
Roger Owen MD, MRCP, FRCPath (UK)
S.T. Pals, MD, PhD (Netherlands)
Linda Pilarski PhD (Canada)
Steven Treon MD PhD (USA)

Click here to download the preliminary program agenda for the 9th International Workshop on WM (IWWM-9).

Registration is closed for this event.

Amsterdam 2016 (IWWM-9) was held at the Renaissance Hotel in Amsterdam.

Renaissance Hotel Amsterdam

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Interactive Map of Amsterdam