SNO Molecular Pathology FAST Series Webinar: Pyrimidine synthesis in IDH-mutant glioma: Identification of BAY 2402234 as a novel therapeutic strategy
Molecular Pathology Special Interest Track Quarterly Series: Tuesday February 21, 2023, at 1:00 pm ET- 2:00 pm ET
Pyrimidine synthesis in IDH-mutant glioma: Identification of BAY 2402234 as a novel therapeutic strategy
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Neuro-Oncologists, Neuropathologists, Neurosurgeons, and Basic and Translational researchers studying brain tumors
- Gain knowledge of the de novo pyrimidine synthesis pathway and its role as a therapeutic target in IDH-mutant glioma.
- Understand evidence validating efficacy of the de novo pyrimidine synthesis inhibitor BAY 2402234 in grade 3 and 4 IDH-mutant astrocytomas.
- Develop an understanding of the mechanisms by which IDH mutations sensitize gliomas to BAY 2402234.
|Diana Shi||Samuel McBrayer||Julie Miller|
|Dana-Farber Cancer Institute||UT Southwestern||Massachusetts General Hospital|
Molecular Pathology Special Interest Track Chairs:
|Stephen Yip||Sandro Santagata||Jason Huse|
|Vancouver General Hospital||Harvard Medical School||MD Anderson Cancer Center|
SNO Board Representative for Neuropathology
- 1.00 Attendance
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